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Swing Seats

Swing Seats 

Add an extra touch to your garden relaxation with a fun and freestanding swing seat, great in a bench style for swinging together or grab an egg chair if you only want to sway alone. Grab a book, settle in and enjoy a bit of movement the next time you're out in your own garden oasis.

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  1. Luxury Rattan Double Hanging Egg Chair by Primrose Living
    Luxury Rattan Double Hanging Egg Chair by Primrose Living
    Special Price £559.99 Original £799.99 You save 30%
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    Beech Stain Apex 2 Seater Swing Seat
    Special Price £204.99 Original £269.99 You save 24%
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  • What are swinging chairs called?

    There are several different types of swinging chairs that you can place in your garden. One of the most popular styles is called an egg chair – sometimes also known as a hanging egg chair or swinging egg chair.

    For swinging seats that can accommodate more than one person, you’ll be looking for a swing arbour, also known as a two seater garden swing.

  • Are swinging egg chairs comfortable?

    Yes! Despite their unusual shape and suspension, egg chairs are deep enough to be filled with cushions and throws that make lounging inside a supremely comfortable experience. Swinging egg chairs are so comfortable that they’re considered a truly luxury garden furniture item.
  • How much does a swing chair cost?

    A garden swing seat doesn’t have to cost the earth – it really depends on the style of the swing chair. In our collection, you’ll find large arbours that contain two seater swing seats and a sturdy wooden structure that surrounds it. These are often on the more expensive side of the scale as they are large wooden structures.

    However, there are smaller arbours available that simply contain a small canopy or trellis that may be more affordable. Single seater swing chairs are often the least expensive options. Alternatively, you could try a hammock to feel the gentle swaying in your own garden.