Porch Swing Plans - How to make a Porch Swing Seat, The Sheltered Swing, and more
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How to make a Porch Swing Seat
This seat has an adjustable seat-back which angles back to give varying degrees of comfort depending on whether or not you want to sit up straight or lie back a little. As with other Buildeazy projects, it designed with the home handyman or DIYer in mind.
The Sheltered Swing
A porch swing with it's own porch roof. Ideal for yards without shade trees.
Covered Garden Swing
The Harrisons decided to add a garden swing, encased in an arbor and surrounded by a lovely garden. The do-it-yourselfer can expect to spend about two weekends and $500 on materials to complete the job.
Black and Decker Porch Swing
This porch swing is made from sturdy pine to provide years and years of memory making. The gentle curve of the slatted seat and the relaxed angle of the swing back are designed for your comfort.
Shopsmith Porch Swing
This swing is a real “beauty” -- and with these plans, you can build it yourself easily and quickly in about a week-end. When you’ve finished, you’ll have a Porch Swing to rival any of the old “classics” you could hope to find at an antique shop, garage sale or flea market.
Lee's Porch Swing
This striking porch swing offers style and comfort when you want to relax after a hard days work. Also it is the perfect place to share a starry night with that special person in your life.
HGTV Porch Swing
Hosts Pat Simpson and Jodi Marks show how to build and hang a charming porch swing.. This project should take two days and involves a lot of measuring and cutting, so it helps if you have some basic woodworking skills and access to a wide variety of woodworking tools.
Sunset Porch Swing
The high-backed swing hangs securely from sturdy, 5/8-inch-diameter nylon or hemp rope that runs through the swing's arms and frame. Distinctive diamond shapes cut in the back and sides echo a detail from the Adirondack-style Sunset chair.
U-Bild Porch Swing
A handsome and comfortable addition to any porch or patio. 60 in. long as pictured, but length may be adjusted.
Building a Swing Arbor
This swing arbor project is fairly easy to build, requiring only basic carpentry skills, and can provide years of outdoor enjoyment. The materials cost about $100, and it can be completed over the course of a few afternoons.
Adirondack Porch Swing
Porch swings take us back to a way of life that was simpler and less complicated. Adirondack furniture create a sense of style in addition to comfort.
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