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by Julie Carlson
The first architect-designed house I spent time in (by Harvard GSD professor Paul Mitarachi) was outfitted with an indoor swing. While the grownups discussed politics and drank wine, the children swung on the swing. These photos remind me that for those lucky enough to live in large spaces with high...
  • M Robertson-Rumley

    I really love the idea of having a random swing in my livingroom. It's spontaneous and just... There.

  • Lisa Burns

    timber, open space and love the indoor swing

  • Gwen Wafer

    Reclaimed wood indoor swings at deKor...perfect if you're rolling Loft Style or in a big-assed house.

  • Mollie Katie

    An indoor swing suspended from the ceiling!!! Like on "Dharma & Greg," where I first fell in love with this idea. Plus their two apartments are my dream, decor-wise. Only problem is where in my house to put this. In a kid’s bedroom or playroom? Or out in the main living room space for the whole family to enjoy? Or perhaps in a more casual setting, like a game room or a conservatory (which is kind of outdoorsy anyway)…? Hmm. One in every room of the house seems excessive. And dangerous, if you include bathrooms. Hahaha. Regardless…. I LOVE INDOOR SWINGS. The end.

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