Pergola Swing/Day Bed Swing

Sheri Noble, woodworking at it’s finest! — 476 posts and 36 followers in

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Wow that’s a beautiful place for an afternoon nap. Nice wood working skills too, the details are fantastic. I bet every kid in the neighbourhood is on it whenever they can. Well done!

-- CHRIS, Charlottetown PEI Canada. Anytime you can repurpose, reuse, or recycle, everyone wins!

Thank you:) still working on the landscaping around it. Kids enjoy it for sure.

-- Sincerely, Sheri Noble

That’s a nice one. Solid for sure.
Once you are done with the landscaping, it will standout even more.

-- Abbas, Castro Valley, CA

Beautiful swing and area as well. Good job!

-- -- Michal, http://WoodworkingWeb.com

Awesome Job! I like every thing about it and the little helper looks like he’s tuckered out from being over worked LoL!

Thanks:) Lol, he is an awesome helper.

-- Sincerely, Sheri Noble

Love this! I bet the family will get years of enjoyment out of this. Great job!!

-- The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men - and women - to do nothing. Burke

That looks just wonderful. A great idea.

-- Mike, an American living in Norway

I made the swing out of old deck boards. The pressure treated 6×6′s are cemented 4 feet in the ground. The top two boards are 10 feet long by 3 inches thick by 10 inches high I used large 10,000lb bolts for the weight and look (yes over kill)..lol . I sewed water and bed bug mattress cover on cushions then outdoor material over top. I used our old original queen size foam mattress from our camper. I bought large springs for more comfort but haven’t put them in the chain yet. I have one coat of gel stain and about 5 coats of urethane. I used tools and hand carved the ends and routed the edges.

-- Sincerely, Sheri Noble

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