|Yes, Recommended - A Daybed Canopy Swing!|
With the impending restrictions due to the virus, we anticipated quarantine house-arrest could last quite some time. We knew we'd get a lot of use out of a patio swing.
Why a Gazebo Canopy Swing/Daybed with Netting?
Hubby and I had some 'intense' discussions about exactly what type of swing would be best. After a great deal of back and forth, we agreed that a swing/daybed with netting would get the most use.
- The netting would protect us from unwanted bugs in the summer - and now we have Murder Hornets - I say good planning here!
- The covered canopy design would be ideal for rainy days
- A swing daybed would be amazing for warm summer nights
- A netted swing would be a lovely place for me to write more riddle books
- It's a lovely piece of furniture for the yard
The swing with the netting open
Here's the Canopy Swing fully zipped up
|Here's a photo from the Box that shows Daybed|
The only concern we have about the swing is winter storage. We have yet to face that challenge.
Where We Purchased Our Swing
The name of this product is Canvas Valencia Patio Swing Daybed With Netting.
We live in Canada and purchased our swing from Canadian Tire. The price was $499, but I noticed it's currently on sale for $100 less (May 2020) - however, in our area, they are currently out of stock. Of course pricing and availability changes throughout the year.
I've checked Overstock, Amazon, Wayfair, and Walmart and haven't been able to find a gazebo swing similar to this one for you. I would suggest just checking the sites from time to time along with your local stores (once open).
We recommend this product - the quality is excellent for the money.
Yep, I've spent a cool early spring afternoon napping on it with two sweaters, a blanket and a warm cup of tea already, love it!
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