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  • Simple, Significant Ways the Pandemic Adaptations Can Improve Your Life

    Making a Gathering Place Outside  

    Now is the perfect time to spend more time outdoors with your family and friends. We need vitamin D to live healthy lives, and there is no better source for that than sunshine. Consider your property and whether or not it facilitates outdoor gatherings. Could you add a porch, patio, or deck? Could you upgrade your current outdoor living area?

  • How does a Bed Swing differ from a Porch Swing?

    Bed Swing or Porch Swing? That is the Question.

    With so many beautiful and practical options available, one of the questions we get asked most often is how a bed swing differs from a porch swing. We offer both at Nested Porch Swings, and we recognize there are significant and important differences between bed swings and porch swings.

    To help with your decision, we’ve compiled a list of the FIVE areas where bed swings and porch swings differ.  But before we dive in, let’s take a quick look at both types of swings.

  • Love You to the Moon & Back

    While the crib is a staple and focal point in the nursery, we are obsessed with the modern beauty and design of hanging cradles and bassinets. Not only are they amazingly stylish, but they also provide a tranquil, soothing, and comforting space for your baby to sleep and can entertain little ones while they are awake.

    Suspended baby beds are great baby room furniture accessories to keep little ones comfortable, peaceful and safe, and can also enhance the fun, dreamy, and whimsical vibe of the nursery.

  • The History of the Porch Swing

    Have you ever wondered why some pieces of furniture are more memorable than others?  For instance, when I think of my childhood, I don’t recall much about our couch or dining room set, but I have many fond memories of my brother and I jumping on our bunkbeds or sitting like book ends on either side of my Dad in his favorite recliner.  But my most fond furniture related memories involve summer evenings eating smores and telling knock-knock jokes while sitting on my Aunt Hazel’s porch swing.