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Dining Room Chair Tree Swing


Use a dining room chair that's structurally sound.

Remake it into a tree swing and you couldn't be more delighted with how it will turn out
A poly rope attached to the swing with an excess of 21' to tie it up to the tree.
All you need to do is tie it up to a sturdy limb and take a seat

Relax and enjoy this time of year when the days feel the warmth of summer's end and the nights feel the inklings of autumn. It would be so fun to hang this swing indoors during the winter months and cozy up in a soft blanket and good book.


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