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A highly crafted hammock is like candy for both the body and soul. So we at Pawleys Island® Hammocks invite you to take your own big bite of unparalleled relaxation.
Because porch sittin' here is a beloved tradition, stretching back generations. Far beyond mere casual pastime, it's a bona fide art.
Our Pawleys Island swings are places to let your feet dangle and dreams fly, all within comforting distance of ground.
Both of our styles are manufactured of a 100% wastewood-free DuraWood composite material guaranteed to withstand your weather's worse, wherever you may be.
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For our curtain material, we chose weather-durable, cottony-soft Sunbrella, the most established, best-known high-performance outdoor fabric made today. We’re proud to say Sunbrella fabric is manufactured right here in the U.S.A.
At Pawleys Island Hammocks, we've never taken the pursuit of soft landing places lightly, even when it comes down to life's little extras.
Allow us to introduce our collection of highest-quality hammock and swing stands, providing the ease and flexibility to relax in handsome fashion!
See what has made Pawleys Island Hammocks a brand that has lasted the ages.
The word gives us pause, and rightly so. It recalls in us those extraordinary things we hope we never lose. It reminds us of an increasingly uncommon approach to quality.
Little wonder that in these topsy-turvy times of instant this and instant that, we increasingly find ourselves craving the simple sincerity of things done right. We long for that great American legacy of craftsmanship, that sense of something lasting and real and true. We long, in short, for tradition.