Extra Large Outdoor Hammock on Wooden Stand – Two Seater

Extra Large Outdoor Hammock on Wooden Stand - Two Seater outdoor garden hammock

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Take things easy outdoors in complete luxury with this Charles Bentley Extra Large Outdoor Hammock on Wooden Stand. Ideal for relaxing on a summer’s afternoon with a good book or a glass or two of wine.



Extra Large Outdoor Hammock on Wooden Stand - outdoor modern hammock

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The cream cotton canvas outdoor hammock with spreader bar hooks onto a beautiful larch wood stand. The strong and highly durable wooden arc base ensures stability and is built to easily handle the outdoor elements.



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Accommodating up to two people, there’s little doubt you’ll spend hours swinging in this cosy outdoor double hammock bed throughout the late spring and summertime months. It will not be long before this outdoor rocking hammock will become a family favourite!

Outdoor Hammock with Frame – Features:
Curved larch wood arc stand – 4m long
Cotton canvas material hammock
Freestanding (no trees required)
Durable and solid frame
Adjustable hammock height

Larch wood stand
Hammock – sling material = 65% Cotton; 35% Polyester

Hammock Canvas – L200 x W140cm
Stand – L400 x W120 x H130cm


Additional Information:
Max user capacity – 200kg
Some self-assembly is required. Full assembly instructions are included.


How to Wash a Canvas Hammock

Lay the Outdoor Hammock for Two on a flat, clean surface.

Next, spray the hammock over thoroughly using a hose.

Use a soft-bristled brush to scrub over the surface using water and soap or a mild detergent. 

Thoroughly rinse the canvas with the hose.

Hang the hammock to air dry.

How to Store a Garden Hammock

To store a canvas hammock, a cool and completely dry basement is ideal. That’s not always possible, so next best option is to store the hammock in a shed or garage. It should be contained inside a weather-tight tote bag to avoid any pest activity.

Whatever you do, don’t simply leave the hammock outside throughout the autumn, winter, and early spring months. That’s a sure-fire way to entice mould and mildew and weather-related deterioration of the materials. 


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