Pull up a swing and stay awhile!

Thursday, July 30, 2009 | Category: Design Bloggers, Designers

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Brad Ford, NY interior designer and our blogger friend over at Design Therapy, sent us photos of the porch he designed for the Hampton Designer Showhouse.

I’ve never seen a cooler screened in porch!  I am obsessed with the suspended seating/porch swings that he custom designed.

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I love his modern take on the traditional wind chime.  This display of art is so ingenious!

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Fantastic job Brad!

Read more about it on The New York Times website.

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5 Comments to 'Pull up a swing and stay awhile!'

spark! (Ada-Marie) 31 Jul 09 at 12:42 pm

Great post – I love the comfy cozy swings! I want them for my family room :)

Down Comforter 31 Jul 09 at 5:57 pm

I love this idea. There is a nightclub in our town that has swings everywhere, it is amazing!

Down Pillow 01 Aug 09 at 5:01 pm

What an amazing porch!!! I thought it was a living room at first.

FROM THE RIGHT BANK 02 Aug 09 at 12:46 pm

I don’t know where I’ve been but I’m just discovering your blog! And I’ve become an instant fan. I look forward to following it regularly! :)

Amelia Stevenson 08 Apr 11 at 2:46 am

Nice living room. The windchimes really accentuate the look and feel of the place.

If you’re having a hard time finding the right curtain for your house, why not accessorize your living room with a windchime. Windchimes and curtains balance each other, especially if they have the same color.

Windchimes can also accentuate your curtain. Moreover, windchimes promote positive energy and good vibes in the living room.

You can either hook the windchime on the curtain’s rod or have it nailed on top of the window.

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