Indoor hanging chairs: 20 fun favorites
There is nothing better than sitting in a chair and gently plunging in the summer breeze. Unfortunately, when it’s not warm outside, most of us hang around inside, but we can still swing back and forth in a hanging inner seat, and it does not matter what your taste is, there’s at least one fun favorite to Selection.
Personally, I like revolting, so this beautiful handmade steel armchair from Studio Stirling really caught my attention. I love the fact that light can still flow through them, making it easy to read a book, cross the net or even knit if you’re so inclined (I mean).
How can you not love this upcycled ski lift hanging chair? Hunter & Company Interior Design is the idea behind this creation and it even resides in a house in a ski resort!
A hanging seat for two, the dual-swing bed duality of Trinity hammocks makes sharing a seat an entertaining way to “hang out”.
While Duality can be more comfortable with a padded lounge pillow in winter, I like it if you only use a pair of pillows, and in summer you’d be cooler too!
Why choose a hanging seat for two, if you can have one for the whole family? The Kodama Zone is not just designed for relaxation, the geodesic dome shape was specifically designed as a super cool safe haven where you can escape the hustle and bustle of city life.
How elegant is this Hanging Hoop Chair by Lee Broom? The minimalist double-O design is simplicity in its best form and the smaller O-shape, the seat and backrest are reclined and padded with Kvadrat wool for ultimate comfortable swinging.
The Cocoon Bench Swing by Patricia Urquiola brings color to your home in a rainbow full of weavings.
The light “airy” feel of the Cocoon Bench Swing resists its colors, so it does not overwhelm other furniture, and that makes it a great design.
I love a funny design and the Swing Chair by Iwona Kosicka is not only fun, but also fun! The sleek and cheeky seat is characterized by a minimalist aesthetic that is usually quiet and reserved – something this chair is definitely not.
The 1954 “le balloon rouge” was the muse behind the Balloon Bench of the Japanese studio h22043. I did not see the movie, so I do not know the connection, but I know that I absolutely love this illusionary seat.
The balloon bank is suspended from the ceiling by 4 ceiling anchors, which are hidden in the balloons.
If you like an indoor swing seat to swing, then the Swing Sving is the spring-loaded seat for you. It is a fairly luxurious seat, covered in either leather or folk wool.
The clever necklace Swing can also swing strong and the hand-twisted beads would massage you at the same time.
The Swing necklace is a beautiful avant-garde design that is fun, functional and elegant in any case.
The Urban Indoor Swing Magical Thinking Carved Wood by Urban Outfitters is a bit of Mowgli in the jungle of home. Fun.
On a mystical note is Cageling By Ontwerpduo. The birdcage style hanging seat is at its best.
MARTINarchitects cleverly used the Cageling to emphasize how high the sky is in this loft apartment.
What better way to enjoy a quiet and relaxing afternoon than in a hanging chair by Pierantonio Bonacina? This contemporary ode to the classic hanging chair EGG is the perfect compliment to the ant chairs in the dining area of this Fujiwara Room Architects design.
There is also a self-supporting structure for the wicker chair egg and do not you just love that shade of grape?
This leather collaboration between Fritz Hansen and Louis Vuitton is called The Series 7 and reminds me of the Ant Chair.
How many hanging interior seats can you pack and take along? This unique rocking chair was auctioned for $ 18,000 as a fundraiser – wow.
If we refer to classics, it would be remiss not to show the amazing 1968 Bubble Chair by Aarnio Eero, which is still in production.
While the Bubble Chair has its 60s groove, it is perfectly at home in modern interiors like this gorgeous entertainment.
The Bubble Chair can be flexibly integrated into any interior.
The Cool Illuminated Bubble Chairs by Rousseau are characterized by unusual LED lighting designs, which are reflected by the etched Bubble pattern.
The Swing Chair by Patricia Urquiola looks like it’s made of rattan, but it’s actually made of lightweight aluminum, which makes it the perfect match for this industrial fireplace.
Patricia Urquiola designed the Swing Chair for Kettal with its own stand so it can be placed anywhere.
The Hanging Ball Black Chair by House of Orange combines the best of the Bubble Chair with the best of rattan to a fun and oh so modern hanging seat.
This Hanging Rattan Chair by Serena u. Lily has a classic boy in heart rattan aesthetics that represents a fun bohemian vibe.
This exotic hanging chair comes from Maffam. Called the Manu Nest King, it weighs only 30 pounds but can hold up to 400 pounds – wow.