30+ Ideas for a Beautiful Swing Design for your Homes

 
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There is always that carefree voice in our head that tells us to run around bare feet on a beach or jump into muddy puddles. While those carefree days of childhood are firmly in the past now, we can certainly capture some of those intrinsic joys and simple pleasures in our homes for our children to enjoy. Swings are one of the best ways to instantly relax us and put us in a good mood. So why not add a bit of fun to your interiors by incorporating a great swing design in your living area? And what better time to get one than now? In this post-pandemic world, when everyone is spending more time at home, a balcony swing is just what is needed to add some fun to the space. Swing design is as technical and intricate as designing a home. Let’s explore how a swing design can impact different kinds of spaces.

1. Part Grace, Part Luxury, Finesse in Contemporary Design | De’UJA Designs

The living room looks more spacious and the top floor’s windows add to the room’s natural light. The double-heighted tv unit of Italian marble complements the entire living area. The double-height living room allows this vision to be fully realized. The Bohemian partition between the living area and foyer gives an alluring look. Parametrical organic wave structural ceiling of living passage and bohemian shaped mirrors over double-height wall gives a sumptuousness look.

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Designed by: De’UJA Designs

Principal Architects: Hemali Soni & Dev soni

Photograph Courtesy: CrossClicks

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

2. The Cinnamon Home : House of Contemporary Art | F+S Designs

How about relaxing on the swing while enjoying the company of the ones you love alongside some contemporary art- whether they are outdoors or in? We had a swing customized to our requirements and suspended it at the focal point of the hall so that it facilitates & encourages communication across the common areas.

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Designed By: F+S Designs

Principal Architects: Faisal Vohra & Shamila Meeran

Photography Credits: Ishita Sitwala

Location: Hyderabad, Telangana

3. Ethnic Milieu with Vintage Design Elements in Lansum Etania Hyderabad | Uniworks Design Studio

The handmade cement buddha face sculpture is used to an extraordinary extent. This sculpture is the more abstract and expressionist form stemming from the experimental wall artwork. The traditional design is twinning with this buddha sculpture.

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Designed By: Uniworks Design Studio

Principal Architect: Juhi Jaiswal Chaubey

Photography Credits: Ricken Desai

Location: Hyderabad, Telangana

4. Subtle, Neutral Colours With A Mix of Matte and Glossy Elements in this 4BHK Apartment | 9 Degree Design Studio

As you move towards the formal living area, you can feel the tranquility in the ambiance. Though the buddha statue is not facing you, you can still feel the calmness and the purity all around you which instantly eases your mind and body, making you feel at home. The color combination comprehends subtle greys and blues. The woodwork, plush rug, artifacts, designer console table, and elegant false ceiling are just a cherry on top!

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Designed by9 Degree Design Studio

Principal Architect: Chirag Mehta

Photograph courtesy: Inclined Studio

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

5. Residence Adorned with Simplicity and Creative Modernism in Bangalore : Brass and Hues | House Of Ruya

The living room was designed along the lines of minimalistic interiors. The palette was muted but with small details that stood out. A textural quality was added by creating grooves and adding wooden paneling behind the tv unit. The luxurious living room strikes a balance with the traditional facet with the custom-made teak swing and the brass strips on the walls refining modernism.

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Designed By: House Of Ruya

Principal Architect: Aishwarya Govind

Photograph CourtesyPhotographix

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka

6. The Exposed Concrete House With Enclosed Courtyard | Modo Design

The ground floor houses the living, dining, and kitchen areas along with parents’ bedroom and drawing area towards the front garden. The first floor is segregated into two zones with the west part belonging to the elder son and his daughter while the east part is for the younger son and his kid. 

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Designed by: Modo Designs

Principal Designer: Pvdrs

Photograph Courtesy: Bharat Aggarwal

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

7. Apartment Interior Brings In Zen And Botanical Experience | One Habitat Studio

A sense of symmetry, togetherness, and a rhythm in materials, colors, and textures have been achieved, making the user connect with every smallest element of the house. The house speaks, you can hear it, you can feel it.

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Designed byOne Habitat Studio

Principal Architect: Ar. Yash Shah, Ar. Anuja sawarkar

Photograph courtesy:  Onil Shah

Location: Pune, Maharashtra

8. The White House : A Harmonious Synergy between Modern Interiors and Design | Surbhi Gite Architects

Brass inlay in the marble subtly defines the functional difference between the two spaces but the flowy element swing makes the transition between these two spaces more flexible maintaining the openness of the space. 

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Designed by: Surbhi Gite Architects

Principal Architect: Surbhi Gite

Photography Credits: Aditya Warlikar

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra

9. Modern Minimalist House Combined with Simplicity | Studio 7 Designs

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Designed By: Studio 7 Designs

Photography Credits: Tejas Shah Photography

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

10. Castle and Sun : Creatively Reimagining The Making Of An Urban Home | Studio 4000

The design for this eleventh storey apartment in western Ahmedabad explores concepts that creatively reimagine the making of an urban home.

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Designed by : Studio 4000

Principal Architect : Smit Vyas

Photography Courtesy: Rahul Zota Photography

Location : Ahmedabad, Gujarat

11. Earthy and Warm Colors Clubbed with White to Accentuate Varied Elements in this Apartment Interiors | VastuSiddhi Architects

Jhula offers multiple seating options in the living room. The blend of all three types of seating is achieved by clever color and finish. The classical-styled chandelier and wall lights complement the seating area. 

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Designed by: VastuSiddhi Architects

Principal Architect : Ar. Mangesh Dalvi

Photograph Courtesy: Mukesh Gajjar

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra

12. Indian Essence With The Gist Of Contemporary Style | By The Riverside

The balcony is the only place in the house connected to the outdoor as well indoors where the designer wisely plotted a swing in the center and seating on the periphery of the parapet wall followed by planters on the edge.

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Designed by: By The Riverside

Principal Designer: Swati Seraan

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka

13. The Flat Interior Which Gives An Ambiance Of Vintage And Modern Outlook | Squares Design Studio 

The entire living and dining areas open into the sit-out making it well ventilated with a pleasing view of a beautifully maintained garden with the traditional swing.

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Designed bySquares Design Studio

Photograph Courtesy: Ricken Desai

Principal Designer: Hemalatha.P, Ramana kumar.P, Samanth.N.

Location: Hyderabad, Telangana

14. A Sophisticated And Urbane Apartment Interior In Ahmedabad | Space Studio

The balcony was the toughest part to design as I wanted to make it a great tea time-space for the family. I designed a compact and elegant swing with two old-fashioned metal chairs.

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Designed bySpace Studio

Principal Architect: Maitri Shah Doshi

Photograph courtesy: Inclined studio

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

15. Casa Tao – A Residential Apartment Creating Harmonious Convergence | Alkove Design

As you turn towards the main living space, your eye lights onto the large swing in blue and brass, a highlight of the common living space. This swing has a backrest arrangement that pivots in a 180-degree movement- enabling the sitter to face either side of the space while still having a backrest. This swing was designed to meet the vision of our client, who had specifically requested a swing that could face both directions.

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Designed by: Alkove Design

Principal Architect: Ar. Komal Mittal, Ar. Nanda Kashyap

Photograph Courtesy: Yamini Krishna Photography

Location: Pune, Maharashtra

16. Penthouse Apartment Which Amalgamates Contemporary With Tradition | KN Associates

The vertical garden has been created keeping in mind the urban surroundings and the need to have a green cover around us. In addition, the client Mrs. Meena Shah shares her passion for gardening and Bonsai, which can be expressed bountifully here. Accentuated by the antique jhula, the balcony puts you at peace. 

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Designed by: K.N. Associates.

Principal Architect: Narendra Joshi, Vivek Gandhi.

Photograph Courtesy:  Tejas Shah

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

17. Duplex Penthouse Lends A Certain Earthiness To Space | Vishwa Design Studio

The first thing that catches your eye is the Pichwai art that spans an entire wall of the living room, followed by a striking wooden swing, by including these local elements, we have combined contemporary with the essence of Gujarati culture.

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Designed byVishwa Design Studio

Principal Architect: Vishakha Gujarathi Shah

Photograph courtesy: Hemant Patil

Location: Pune, Maharashtra

18. Penthouse Apartment Where Exquisite Art Meets Contemporary Architecture | K.N.Associates

A fascinating foyer from the rear end of the swing streamlines towards the living area was calm and composed shades of white and blue enticingly await the beholder’s eyes to sparkle with sheer ecstasy. This alluring and enthralling fantasy was effortlessly transformed into a blissful reality – thanks to KN Associates’ proficiently designed sofas and furniture sets, along with the poised and graceful rugs, and classy veneer paneling, and state-of-the-art drapery for the finishing touches.

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Designed byK.N.Associates

Principal Architect: Narendra Joshi & Pritesh Patel

Photograph courtesy: Tejas Shah photography

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

19. Minimalism Meets Vernacular | Design Experiment

A swing from their ancestral home helps visually separate the dining, and leisure space on the balcony while becoming a centerpiece where the family can relax with the view of the city in the background.

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Designed by: Design Experiment

Principal Architects: Abhitej Velore and Sarojini Dantapalli

Photographe Courtesy: Sankeerth Jonnada 

Location: Hyderabad

20. Residence Design Blending In Modern Aspirations And Traditional Values | Space Frame Architects-Indore

The living area corner is a confluence of traditional and modern. It is a place where family members often spend maximum time together and therefore, it is designed to maximize conversations, interactions, and laughter. While big windows with sheer curtains add depth of character to the space, a wooden traditional swing integrates into this urban home. It perfectly complements the character of the house and adds a sense of relaxation to it.

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Designed by:  Space Frame Architects-Indore

Principal Architect:  Snehal & Amit Sontakke

Photograph courtesy: Pixcelcraft

Location: Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

21. 4BHK Apartment Interiors Infusing Peace And Serenity Through Spaces | Shayona Consultant

The yellow-colored wallpaper on the back of the headboard refreshes the room and enhances the environment of the room. This bedroom also allows natural light and ventilation like the master bedroom and living room throughout the day. These bedroom witnesses the beautiful sun setting behind the clouds, overlooking the lush green in the front.

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Designed bySquares Design Studio

Principal Architect: Hemalatha. P, Ramana kumar.P, Samanth. N

Photograph Courtesy: Ricken Desai

Location: Hyderabad, Telangana

22. A Vaastu Home with Its Modern-Traditional Elements | Studio Imagine

A fulfilling turquoise for the sofa adds unique tranquility here. What acts as a cynosure is the wooden Jullah with traditional brass hangings and the teak wood composition on the wall justifying the concept of the design. Although, the chief element of the design is the irreplaceable natural light that plays along with these spaces.

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Designed by: Studio Imagine

Photograph Courtesy: Architecture Photographer, Darshan dave

Principal Designer: Ajal Shah, Neel Patel and Ekta Bakhtarwala

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

23. Simple And Clean Residence Interior with Traditional Vibes | Birchbox Studio

This aura is complemented by a rustic TV wall finish and the center table, with the swing adding liquidity to the space. The swing sits within an accented wooden ceiling creating territoriality, and separating the living from the kitchen.

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Designed by: Birchbox Studio

PrincipalArchitect: Ar. Urvi Mistry, Ar. Devyani Minocha

Photograph Courtesy: Prachi Khasgiwala

Location: Surat, Gujarat

24. Apartment Interior With Timeless Elegance | Purvi Shah Interiors

To wake up next to the cool breeze of the sea is a blessing indeed. This magnificent house faces the iconic Marine Drive and is nestled in an art deco building – Mumbai’s Queen Necklace. “A blank canvas is white, but not every blank canvas is waiting for a brushstroke to make it complete.”

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Designed by: Purvi shah interiors

Photograph Courtesy:  Ravi Kanade 

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra

25. Pretty Home With Contemporary & Traditional Interior | An Designs

Moving ahead to the Jhula designed in the living room gives the center partition between the dining area and living space. This julla is customized according to our client’s requirement in distress look of pink velvet sitting & the pink rope which adds color in the living space.

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Designed by: An Designs

Principal Designer: Nikita Dagli Mehta

Photograph Courtesy: 32 Farvari Production

Location: Surat, Gujarat

26. Apartment Decor With Soft Hues And Dainty Details | Fables Designs

A cozy reclusive sanctuary built for a family of four, this 1800 sqft home is structurally bold & beautifully simple. Soft hues and dainty details help create a snug heaven.

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Designed by: Fables Designs

Photograph Courtesy: Prachi Khasgiwala.

Location: Surat, Gujarat

27. Vertis : A House With Diversity Yet Subtlety | Misa Architects

Next, to the dining, family living borrows from an Indian vernacular theme – completing the ensemble with a traditional Gujarati swing. The sitting arrangement is flexible in family living to suit both moods and users both. The kitchen is designed to look spacious and accommodate all functionalities of a modular setup.

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Designed by: Misa Architects

Photograph Courtesy: Inclined studio

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

28. Modern Apartment Interiors With Basic Materials | CK Architect & Interior Designer

Sofas of blue & yellow color complimented with wooden & marble side & coffee table. The client wanted to use a swing from an old house so we painted it yellow to complement it with the rest of the furniture. On the tv wall, we have Santurio tiles with the simple console in front of wooden & Santuario tiles.

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Designed by: CK Architect & Interior Designer

29. Rose Gold Inspired Apartment | Saima Salam Interior Designer

The living area is divided into two sets of seating. The blue loungers were set with a swing against the gold and veneered side-lit panels. The family room has earthy tones across the room and a marble top with a bronze base custom console.

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Designed bySaima Salam Interior Designer

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra

30. Navpad-A New Path with Kaleidoscope of Tints | Pavan Infratech 

Living space is created to feel a new dimension. The first rule applied here is to ensure that we are going for a harmonious interior in which every element is well integrated and completes itself with the others. Contrast, either by color, light or texture must be chosen so that the elements remain balanced. Colors aren’t randomly used, because it plays an important role in the reflection of area for the people who is going to reside in it .

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Principal Designer: Ar Niki Panchani.

Location: Surat, Gujarat

31. A blend of tradition and modernity| Tangerine Turfs

The ceiling panels in wooden finish complements the polish on most of the wooden furniture, and acts as a neutral backdrop for lighting elements. The traditional swing in the centre of the living area shows the family’s love for merry get-togethers around the swing!

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Designed by: Tangerine Turfs

Principal Architect:  Deepti Reddy 

Location: Hyderabad, Telangana

32. Jindal Residence | GroupDCA

The design of the Jindal Residence began as an exercise in trying to provide personally identifiable living spaces to all members of the client family–spanning three generations–under one roof. The primary challenge was to craft individualistic spaces within the home, while retaining a larger singular theme that would bind the whole residence together.

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Designed by: Group DCA

Principal Architects: Amit Aurora, Rahul Bansal

Photograph Courtesy:  Kapill Kamra (The Portrait)

Location: New Delhi

33. Farmhouse Design which Connects with the Culture – ADDA architects

One of the courtyards becomes a tulsi angan with a hand painted tree of life on the wall in its backdrop. And the other courtyard which extends into the back yard has a vertical green wall bringing the outside inside. And a few other elements such as a marble bowl, a traditional swing, wall plates and a canoe are added to make a welcoming foyer.

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Designed by: ADDA architects

34. Floral Pattern Inspires Apartment Interiors| Studio 7

From the living space, one can easily view the serene balcony. The balconies are spaces which add life to the house, and rightly so, as it is alive with a green turf and a living wall of lush plants. One can imagine many mornings here, swinging on a custom-designed swingset, sipping one’s preferred brew!

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Designed by: Studio 7

Photograph Courtesy:  Tejas Shah

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

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