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5 ways to integrate a swing in your home

Sharing the swings have always been synonymous with fun, they also used to be an important seating option in Indian homes.

Good thing is, a swing can be added to spaces in many different ways. We tell you how.

In your Meditation Space

If you have a space dedicated to yoga, peace and meditation, don’t hesitate to put a swing there that can be part of your Zen routine.

In the Dining or Bar

If you have a tall table or a bar in the kitchen, it’s time to put swings and get rid of your chairs or benches. Hang two or three swings from the ceiling.

Seating in the Bedroom

A static swing next to your bed can be just the touch your bedroom needs. It can double as seating option, a place to keep things or simply an element that adds a whimsical quality to space.

A Solution for Awkward Corners

If you have an arch that divides two rooms in your house or have a sharp corner where nothing fits, a swing is the best choice. No space looks awkward with a swing

Perfect Piece for the Terrace/Garden

It’s pretty obvious that the most ideal place for a swing is in the outdoors. Make your garden or terrace a fun place to be with a swing.

Swings used to be a staple in old Indian homes but somewhere along the way, lost their relevance as modern interiors took over. But guess what—swings can be still included in your homes, stylishly!