Indoor Swings (Or How to Be the Coolest Parent in the World)

A few months ago, we ordered this swing for a client project (hanging above a set of white shiplapped built-in bunkbeds- heart eyes!) There are so many cool swings out there right now. I’m still thinking of a space in my house where I could make this happen but in the meantime, here are some of my favorite inspo images.
















In a playroom or master bedroom, kids room or family room, indoor swings add such a sweet and playful touch to a space, don’t you think? Here are two great DIYs I stumbled upon if you’re in the mood to make:

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Woven Swing DIY via Park & Cube


And an Tree Swing DIY via The Merrythought (some great DIY’s happening over there!)

And if you don’t feel like busting out the heavy duty yarn or chop saw- here is a roundup of my favorite swings I came across while sourcing for this client.

Swing Round-up

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Do any of you have a swing in your home? I’d love to see it! We have a new email address for sharing projects like this. If you have a space you’d love to share with our readers, shoot an email to with photos!

P.S. Unexpected Art and A Chalkboard Table DIY to bring out the playful side of interiors today.

  1. Cool! This looks like so much fun. A diy hammock chair i on my bucket list, but I hadn’t thought of hanging it inside…
    Likely By Sea

  2. Colbey Decker

    You should check out Chairloom’s custom porch swing! Custom upholstery heaven. Might be a great way to incorporate the outside and inside.

  3. Laura

    I brought a swing chair similar to #7 back with me from Nicaragua (it cost the equivalent of $10!). But since I live in an NYC rental I have it hanging more as a decorative piece than an actual chair. One day…!

  4. VerbalGoldBlog

    Oh wow this is like a dream come true for me. If only my house were big enough for something like this

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