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Outdoor Furniture Counter Height Furniture

Legendary Counter Height Furniture

In the late 1960's, then tobacco-buyer Walter R. Perkins Jr. was becoming increasingly obsessed with hammocks, routinely coming across them for sale during frequent business trips along the Carolina coast. In 1971, Mr. Perkins finally broke down and bought his first hammock for himself – though hardly to kick back and relax in. Instead, he promptly tore the thing apart, to learn how it was put together. In reassembling it, Mr. P. became convinced he could make one that was a whole lot better, and in that instant, Hatteras Hammocks was born. After nearly 40 years of that same line of thinking, we present to you now the current Hatteras lineup of hammocks, expertly designed and hand-constructed, innovation in service of almost sinful relaxation! Now if only we could get Mr. P. to slow down long enough to recline in one himself …

Furniture Features & Benefits

Lumber

  • High-density polyethylene (HDPE) lumber made from recycled plastic milk jugs
  • Unlike most composite lumber, contains no waste-wood
  • Looks like painted wood, but with none of its inherent vulnerabilities to wear
  • Heavier and more rigid than wood, with increased stability for outdoor use
  • Never requires paint, stain, or sealant
  • Does not absorb water
  • Won't rot, splinter, crack, or attract termites
  • Holds up to rain, salt spray, extreme temperatures, and heavy wind
  • Easy to clean

Hardware

  • 316 Stainless Steel, a grade much stronger than traditionally used in porch furniture
  • Marine-grade, holding up to harsh coastal environments
  • Increased rust resistance
  • Advanced strength at high temperatures

Technique

K Joint

  • Our patent-pending interlocking joint connection expanding on the strengths of standard rabbet and dado joints
  • Used for joints requiring the most stability/firmness

Dowel Joint

  • Precision peg-and-groove connection
  • Limits play at crucial connection points

Mortise and Tenon

  • Interlocking peg/hole connection used in key 90-degree board-into-board joints
  • One of the strongest, simplest woodworking joining techniques, dating back centuries
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