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Enjoy the Cool Summer Breeze with a Hertfordshire Hammock

Here’s a whole new use for that singularly clever, functional, and aesthetically-compelling design innovation know as steam-bent wood. Steadfastly dedicated to the lovely swing-in-the-breeze-beneath-the-trees, Hertfordshire Hammock designer Richard Foxcroft has synthesized steam bending, barrel making, and boat building into these beautiful works of art.

Hertfordshire Hammocks Offer Comfort, Durability, and Aesthetic Appeal

Enjoy the Cool Summer Breeze with a Hertfordshire Hammock

Constructed of English Oak harvested from a sustainably-managed woodland, the hammocks employ natural—and naturally ergonomic—curvatures with which to gently cradle a body in repose.

Enjoy the Cool Summer Breeze with a Hertfordshire Hammock

While you’re whiling away the hours in your hand-crafted hammock, rest assured that it will last a long, long while: all Hertfordshire Hammocks employ reinforced stainless steel construction in the brackets and hardware.

Enjoy the Cool Summer Breeze with a Hertfordshire Hammock

Nor should you despair if your particular place of repose is sans tree. Hertfordshire offers an oak framed hammock stand for stand-alone installations.

You may procure your Hertfordshire Hammock only from the hand that made it. Contact UK-based Hertfordshire Hammocks at +44(0)1438869444 for more information.

About the Manufacturer: Hertfordshire Hammocks is comprised of artist/designer Richard Foxcroft and architect Monica Radcliffe. Together, they dream up, design, and build an exclusive line of handcrafted wooden furniture and garden buildings.

Posted June 28th, 2013 by Joseph Starr


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