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If you’re a fan of anything different, you’ll love these indoor swings for the home. An indoor swing can be placed in any room. They come in every shape, size, and design you can imagine. Whether your décor is contemporary or rustic, there’s a swinging idea for that.
Indoor swings for the home tend to be added to a child’s room or playroom. However, take a look at these swings designed for main rooms.
1. Place Indoor Swings in a Sunroom or Sitting Room
What a fantastic place to relax and read a book. Better yet, girls’ night just took on a whole new level of fun and relaxation. Swinging, chatting, and drinking wine, does it get any better than that. If you don’t have a sunroom or sitting room, why not have this original creation added to your main room. Put it in a corner as an alternate conversation spot, or use it as the focal point for the space.
2. Kitchen Island Swings
Now that’s different. If you’re not a fan of standard cookie-cutter kitchens, this idea breaks the mold. Of course, having the swings so close to the island restricts the swinging action and turns the experience into more of a swaying motion. But that’s perfect, isn’t it? Too much movement when eating wouldn’t be practical. The swings give the space that outstanding revolutionary funky appeal while still being functional.
3. How About a Hanging Cubby Swing?
This unique design is typically described as an outdoor lounge sofa. They tend to be featured on patios and porches; however, there’s nothing that says they can’t be used inside the home. What a great idea for a quiet place to read or rest. Can you imagine how soothing the swaying motion would be? When you need cocoon time, this is where you can hide. Also, add one to a child’s room to provide extra space for sleepovers. The fight will be on as to who gets to sleep in it. Better put a few in the house.
4. A Swing as a Room Divider
Large open rooms can be tricky to decorate. Dividing a space into two separate sitting areas is easy when you use a swing or chaise as the actual divider. This swing is open on both sides and lets you face either sitting area. Using a chaise to divide a space isn’t new, but kicking up the funk with a swing is!
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