Hammocks are great for relaxing or just hanging out. In addition,
hammocks can also help to make a yard, a room, or a house more beautiful
or presentable. In terms of matching decor and the overall look and
feel of the hammock, spreader bars can be an important part of how the
hammock looks and feels. This article is designed to provide an
overview of some of the different types of wood that can be used in
hammocks. It will also help you to decide what hammock spreader bar
wood is right for you.
This first thing that you need to know about hammock spreader bar wood
is that the spreader bars need to be made out of a quality type of wood
in order to be safe, last, and be durable. Some hammocks that are
available on the market are made out of an extremely soft wood called
balsa wood. This wood is not very durable and brakes very easily. It
may not support the weight of a person who is in the hammock. It is
also not designed to last. Try to go with another wood type like
cherry, oak, or mahogany.
The first spreader bar wood type that we will discuss is mahogany.
Mahogany is a dark and rich wood color. The dark hue and finish of this
wood makes it match most types of dark furniture. A hammock made out of
this type of spreader bars will stand out well in the room. This wood
also matches the color of the ground and also matches many of the colros
that are outside.
Cherry wood is a more redish color and should be used to accentuate
certain areas. Cherry is an extremely distinctive color and will go
with some settings. However the settings that it is used for will
definately get people's attantion. Overall, cherry wood is a good
choice for the wood for a hammock spreader bar type.
Oak wood is also a popular type of wood. Oak wood is a lighter color
and is used match most decor schemes. Oak wood is also readily
available on the east coast. Oak wood is popular outdoor when you don't
want to have as dark of a spreader bar color like mahogany or cherry.
Oak wood is a good type of wood.
Clearly, there are several solid choices available when it comes to
choosing the wood type for you hammock spreader bars. the type of wood
that you choose depends on your personal preferences and the spreader
bar color that you wish to achieve.