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Svvving (from $930)
The only problem with the Svvving? Picking a favorite. The model comes in four luxe materials (like leather and folk wool) and 17 vibrant colors.
Ikea PS Svinga ($70)
Our inner 6-year-old is going bananas for this utterly affordable swing from Ikea (that looks decidedly adult in white).
Wicker Hanging Chair ($1,562)
It’s like your very own cocoon. Just toss in a few throw pillows and you’ve got yourself a cozy nook.
Daniel Pouzet Swingrest (price upon request)
Ever wish you were sitting with company on a huge swing instead of your living-room sofa? Neither did we...until we discovered the large-and-in-charge Swingrest.
Ovis Hanging Chair ($1,795)
The sleek lines of this metal and wood model make it look more like a piece of art than your new favorite chair.
Hanging Rattan Chair ($450)
This indoor-outdoor rattan chair can easily pull double duty as your backyard hammock.
Loll Swing ($250)
If it ain?t broke, don?t fix it. The Loll Swing boasts a classic design and a relatively reasonable price.
This past weekend we spent a glorious afternoon on a porch swing. There were plenty of cushions, we had a great book and, oh, did we mention the peaceful breeze?
Now we’re suddenly obsessed with installing a swing in our home (even despite having stumbled upon this video).
A little bit forbidden (in a don’t-play-ball-in-the-house kind of way), putting a swing indoors immediately sets a playful tone in any room. And while, yes, it’s a tad frivolous, who can deny its charm?
Take a look at our roundup of eight totally covetable indoor swings. Just don’t go too high...
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