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When building the porch swing we recommend you to use quality materials (cedar, pine or redwood). Sign up today for our FREE e-mail newsletters and get helpful tips and timely article links delivered to your e-mail inbox. Twice-monthly advice for bringing your home outdoors, from year-round yard upkeep and planning to the wonders of making your garden grow, plus special offers. Design solutions, designer interviews, room makeovers, garden tips, video tours, sweepstakes news, and special offers. For this building project, we selected a 5-foot-long swing made from stout planks of solid teak, milled into elegant, comfortable curves as lovely to admire as they are inviting to the touch.
If you want to learn how to build a simple swing for your porch, we strongly recommend you to take a look over the following instructions and to study the diagrams. As you can notice in the free plans, we recommend you to make the frame from 2×3 lumber.
As you can notice in the plans, we recommend you to build both the supports and the armrests from 1×3 lumber. Make sure you use heavy-duty eye screws and lock all the components tightly, before hanging the swing to the porch. Check out the rest of the garden projects, as there are many garden plans that could suit your needs.
If you have enjoyed the free project, we recommend you to share it with your friends, by using the social media widgets. And the effort is doubly repaid: in savings (this swing costs hundreds of dollars less than one put together in a factory) and in satisfaction.