The Best Indoor Swings To Decorate Your Space
Bench-style indoor swing sets encourage conviviality, closeness, and comfort. With this in mind, opt for a more industrial look with Jim Zivic Design’s The Hammock. This is demonstrated by a stainless steel frame, sleek leather sling, industrial mesh, and jewel-chain suspension. On the other hand, if you prefer the artisanal design, consider BDDW’s Deck Swing. With its bronze frame, leather sling seat, polished wood rods, and user-friendly side tables (perfect for placing drinks and lite bites) consider this a failsafe option for those who treasure both style and functionality. However, if vibrant hues and natural finishes spark the most joy for you, Paola Lenti’s Wabi Swingis (a play on Wabi-Sabi) the ultimate option. Artful, structural weaves, a water-repellent seat cushion, minimalist upholstery, sassafras wood, and rope cords compose this unique indoor swing, sure to add a touch of the unexpected to any milieu.
Hanging Chair Style
Luxury craftsmanship and high design merge to create the indoor swing of dreams, courtesy of legendary maison Louis Vuitton. In order to achieve this fantasy one-of-a-kind chairs, renowned Brazilian design brothers Fernando and Humberto Campana lent their design acumen to the Cocoon indoor swing set. The duo combines leading-edge technology with Louis Vuitton’s leathercraft heritage to master the concept. Specifically, delicately perforated fiberglass shell and specially shaped cushions combined make this iteration the perfect place to laze the day away. Of course, these chairs sell for $96,000, so perhaps other options in order.
For a more affordable option with a handcrafted feel, consider CB2’s Moze Indoor Swing Chair. Instead of leather, this seat incorporates handwoven navy and white rope intertwined on a metal frame with brown leather rope accents and an ultra-comfortable navy velvet cushion.