164 swingset Home Design Photos

Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
How high is the horizontal beam on the swingset from the ground?
Hello. I am wondering how high the overhead beam is on the swingset? Also, how wide is the structure? Thanks so much! Jori
Swingset + living border
swingset and beautiful garden setting
simple swingset...slim swingset...Backyard swingset
“Swings & big wavy plants” — blythehouse08
Pamela Foster & Associates, Inc.
12 Reviews
Pamela Foster & Associates, Inc.
Simple swingset
trellis part of swingset
swingset for my yard
Swingset and arbor
“Swings” — dgray
David Morello Garden Enterprises, Inc.
15 Reviews
The Children Upfront and Center Stage
Where did you buy this swingset from? Love the dark wood
nice swingset, not too big
rounded area for swingset
Circle around swingset
Swingset, patio
“Flat Pavers around play set” — lanewberry14
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Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
32 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Swingset, placement
Non-grass surface under swingset
fence, swingset
“Outside play area” — stclair859
Little Miracles Designs
9 Reviews
Prospect Heights Garden
red swingset
like swingset...Steel swingset...modern swingset
“awesome idea for a swing set in a small space” — Paula Power
Kimberley Bryan
7 Reviews
Farm to Pizza Oven to Pickleball Court
The swings themselves came from Lowes. The swingset was a design I came up with using 6 x 6 posts and copper piping. Any tire shop should have an old tire they will give or sell to you. It's connected to the chain with washers and eyebolts. The polyethylene sleeves cover the chains for safety.
lik that the swingset looks like an arbor
“Kids” — tabithahope
Kristen Rudger Landscape Design
7 Reviews
Custom playset
The play garden. Juggling play space and garden design can be a challenge. You're often left with a swingset in the middle of your lawn and a sand pit where your conversation pit once stood. Instead of putting play structures in a safe spot and hoping for the best, incorporate them into the entire design
“kid friendly area” — andree89
Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
No rainstorm will stop the kids in this house from having some swingset fun, because theirs is indoors! Be sure to work with a professional to install swings into the correct beams for safety.
“Swing” — holler9702
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