Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse Farmhouse Porch, Atlanta
Laurey W. Glenn (courtesy Southern Living)
Cottage porch idea in Atlanta with decking and a roof extension — Houzz
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Looking for decorating ideas? This well-furnished porch has all the right pieces: an Original Charleston Bed Swing lined with comfy pillows, retro 1950s metal patio chairs, a chevron-patterned indoor-outdoor rug and lime-green garden seats.
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17. This soothing porch vignette includes vintage chairs painted in Quietude by Sherwin-Williams and a pillow-filled swing from Original Charleston Bedswing. The Devenco shutters are painted in Greenblack by Sherwin-Williams.
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Daybed swings with a bright future. Daybed swings are giving other porch perches a run for their money these days, perhaps because they combine the swaying of rockers and the roominess of hammocks with the comfort of sofas. Their popularity has produced a cottage industry in the Charleston area, where manufacturers include Bulls Bay Bed, Carolina Hanging Beds, Lowcountry Swing Beds, Original Charleston Bedswing and Vintage Porch Swings.Swing: Original Charleston Bedswing; browse porch swingsReinvent It: A Houzzer Turns Thrifted Pieces Into a Swinging Daybed
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3. Measure and mark where you’ll hang your swing. Set the spots for the hanging hardware between 2 and 4 inches wider than the length of the swing. For example, space the hanging hardware 62 to 64 inches apart on the ceiling for a swing that is 60 inches wide. This prevents the chains or ropes from rubbing against the sides of the swing.Do a final check on your measurements for mounting the swing to the porch, lining up where the center of the swing would fall and marking ceiling joists. You can choose to have either four ceiling anchors or two, depending on your swing style and setup.
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This one is $2000, so...yeah...however, putting this here as a placeholder so that we remember to add a porch swing after construction and painting. This one is from https://www.originalcharlestonbedswing.com, they make ones that are a fraction of this cost. Remind me to take measurements of the porch width the next time we are at the house.