10 of the Best Hanging Garden Swing Seats

Well, the sun truly had his hat on at the weekend. And now that summer is finally here and there is another Bank Holiday weekend looming, don’t you think it’s time you sorted out the garden seating? Not just any old seating. But the decadent ‘I’m all right jack’ sort of seating. There’s something truly indulgent about investing in a garden seat that SWINGS! Pure bohemian chic. Kinda ‘lets pretend we have a party pad in Ibiza’ sort of thing. Because is there anything nicer than cocooning in a comfortable, slightly swaying armchair in the garden? One that is so deeply padded that it will be impossible to stay awake. A gentle breeze, the rustling of leaves in the tree above, and the sweet scent of newly cut grass. English summer. *sigh*

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Here’s My 10 of the Best

Garden Swing Seats

Double Indoor Outdoor Hanging Chair, £675, Cox & Cox.

Garden Swing Seats

Garden Trading Outdoor Rattan Hanging Nest Chair, £325, Lagoon.

Garden Swing Seats

Natural Hammock Chair, £125, Beaumonde.

garden swing seats

Point Weave Garden Swing Chair, £1720, Go Modern Furniture.

Garden Swing Seats

  1. Droog – Swing with the Plants, £319, (now £223.30) Amara.
  2. Globo Hanging Chair, £449, (now £414.95) Cuckooland.
  3. Cacoon Swinging Tent, £339, Smithers of Stamford.
  4. Copa Outdoor Hanging Chair, £449, Made.com
  5. Point Weave Garden Swing Chair with Base, £2700, Go Modern.
  6. Armadillo Swing, £3295, Urban Avenue.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Reply

    Stacey Sheppard

    May 25, 2018

    I would absolutely love a hanging chair in our garden. I don’t have anywhere to hang it though so it would have to be one that comes with a frame. Only problem then is storing it over winter. I feel like I need a double garage to store all the garden stuff I want to buy!

    • Reply

      deardesigner

      May 25, 2018

      They had them round the pool on holiday and I loved them too. Sadly I don’t have room now either. You might be able to leave the frame out. Worth looking into x

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