By far our most popular bed swing, our Charleston is a classic; sleek, elegant, simple, beautiful. Each Charleston begins with hand selected lumber from Southern Lumber, located on the beds namesake peninsula. Each board is then milled & joined by hand, finished by hand, and finally painted or stained by hand.
As with all of our beds, the Charleston is joined with free floating mortise & tenon joinery — not screws. This results in a finished product that practically functions as a single piece of wood; no creaking, no squeaking. Our Charleston perfect swing for every porch, whether in the Lowcountry or beyond!
Bed swing mattresses, cushions and pillows are sold separately in their appropriate categories. All pillow types may be purchased a la cart or you can simply choose one of our popular pre-styled Bed Swing Cushion Packages. If you prefer, you can shop for individual pillow types at our Bed Swing Pillows page. Mattresses for Bed Swings can be found at our Bed Swing Mattresses page.
Ropes, Chains, Metal Sheppard Hook Hanging Rods Or Stainless Cables are not included and may be purchased in our Hanging Options Category.
- Handcrafted in Charleston, South Carolina
- Our bed swings are made to order & built with Architectural Grade Pine or Cedar
- Our bed swings are completely assembled as opposed to arriving in individual pieces
- Holds up to 1000 pounds
- Weight: Twin Charleston in Pine 120 lbs., Twin Charleston in Cedar 80 lbs., Full Charleston in Pine 145 lbs., Full Charleston in Cedar 95 lbs.
Sunbrella fabrics can withstand the harsh elements of the outdoors including wind, rain and sun. The dacron and polyester filler resists bacteria growth, mildew, and mold. Sunbrella fabrics are made to be fade resistant and can be bleach cleanable.
The Charleston Bed Swing
|Twin||89 in.||42 in.||29 in.|
|Full||89 in.||57 in.||29 in.|
Bottom Anchor Points - Hole cuts are at 86" and 40” for TWIN; 86” x 54” for FULL. Consider ceiling attachment points directly above or wider to prevent rope (or chain) from making contact with the armrests and causing undue wear. The front to back width at ceiling does not impact rope contact with the armrest.