I have living area 12" x 18" . Should I hang a Backrest Swing in living room of 12" x 18"? I am providing the swing concept for your reference.
Floor plan updated for your reference
For the soft, serene look of your living room, a low backed or long upholstered bench may be a better option on the side that has no furniture at present. The inclusion of a swing is a very personal choice. Swings look good but I don't know how practical they really are for lounging in. However the reference picture does look inviting!
The swing with a backrest also looks good when placed with its back to a wall. I can't tell from the picture if there is a wall behind the space that will be assigned to the swing
yes there is a wall behind the swing ..
main home entryway is between the swing backrest n the wall
can uh plz tell me about this wall treatment??is this a paint or wallpapers?
it sounds like bringing an elephant in a fridge. I am not an expert but using my common sense.
I believe that if you want a swing, you should get it. Perhaps compromise and get a two seater, though? I can help you with styling or layout advice, as well as with
sourcing of a swing.
In the above designs which is a modern designed home makeover hence, I would rather suggest going with modern designed indoor swings for the living area
Please check out some of the modern designed indoor swings ideas which can be suited well
so sitting style you can add it here which can go with the texture style of the room
As the texture of the room is a combination of white and beige so you can go with modern black rod -made swing the one shown above.
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