Fun Homes That Feature Indoor Swings And Stay Casual

Swings are always fun and interesting, whether you’re a child or an adult. As a kid, you enjoy finding them in parks and recreational spaces. Then, when you have your own home, there’s nothing that can stop you from having your own indoor swing.

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Sure, the kids’ room is the first thing that comes to mind when discussing swings
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You can integrate it in a themed décor or simply turn it into an accent feature

Put it in your living room where everyone can enjoy it, surprise your guests with one in the guest room, hang one in the playroom or the kids’ room or have a swing just for yourself in the bedroom or in your home office. Wherever you place it, fun is guaranteed.

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Avoid disputes between the kids by giving them each a swing to play with
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If there’s no room for a swing in the bedroom, the playroom is an even better option
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And if you don’t have a playroom, the family room is just as good
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You can easily make a rope swing yourself. Hang it from the ceiling beams
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Another option is a tire swing. These are a lot of fun for all ages

These homes definitely know how to take advantage of their indoor swings and you can definitely find some inspiration in these examples for a future home project.

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Trapeze-style swings may not be very popular but they are definitely fun too
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There are plenty of other designs and styles to choose from if you want a DIY project
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Swings never get old or boring, not even when you grow up and have a rustic home
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If you want a swing in your home, consider the living room
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You can use it as a fun extra seat around the coffee table
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Low-profile furniture and window views make this swing a desirable feature

Pick a design and customize it to your own liking, transforming it into a DIY project. Or, if you prefer to let other do the work, you find an already built one and simply install it in your home. Hang a swing from one of the ceiling beams, put it in a corner to add a fun twist to your usual reading corner or transform it an unexpected feature for a normally more formal space.

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Spruce up an attic space with a classic rope swing. Make it colorful so it stands out
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If an actual swing seems a bit too casual, try hanging chairs instead
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They’re a more grow-up option and come in a variety of stylish designs
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A hanging chair could be a perfect addition to a modern entertainment area
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Or perhaps a hanging bench would be a better option in some cases

And if a swing is not exactly the chic and sophisticated feature you’re looking for, you can opt for a hanging chair or a hanging bench instead. Again, the possibilities and designs are numerous and all you have to do is find the right one. Use your imagination to find the best location.

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