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DIY Glider Bench (Porch Swing Alternative)

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So for years, I just pinned my dream day beds for the one day I had a big enough yard and house. Then recently, my friend was giving away some old baby items, and I realized that a crib mattress would be the perfect size, mini day bed to fit the side of the balcony. Problem 1 solved. Then I researched potentially building a pergola on the balcony to hang it from, but that quickly became too big as well. Finally I thought of how much I liked rocking chairs and that would create the similar motion to the swing. I googled homemade rocking chairs and found that glider brackets work just as well. 

I''ve put together a complete guide so you can make one too! Note: I made mine slightly higher so that we can see over the balcony railing, but you can adjust the leg sizes to fit your space. 

Here''s in the middle (13 pieces, each 26.5 inches long). These pieces will support the seating underneath the mattress. I attached these using the #8 1-1/4""wsite-image wsite-image-border-none""padding-top:10px;padding-bottom:10px;margin-left:0px;margin-right:0px;text-align:center""/uploads/1/1/5/9/115903911/published/screen-shot-2019-05-25-at-10-28-20-pm.png?1558907694""Picture""width:auto;max-width:100%""display:block;font-size:90%""paragraph"" to 34"" wood screws.
Tip: To avoid cracking your wood, whenever you join 2 pieces of wood with a screw, always pre-drill your hole with a drill bit that is just slightly smaller or about the same size as your screw. 
 Next, I attached the legs to the seating base with wood glue and #8 1-1/4""wsite-image wsite-image-border-none""padding-top:10px;padding-bottom:10px;margin-left:0;margin-right:0;text-align:center""/uploads/1/1/5/9/115903911/screen-shot-2019-05-25-at-10-58-02-pm_orig.png""Picture""width:auto;max-width:100%""display:block;font-size:90%""paragraph""color:rgb(68, 68, 68)"" screws to secure the position (2 screws on each end).
I then cut all three pieces for the top caps of the sides and back of the swing. For this I used 1×3’s. I cut the ends where they meet at a 45 degree angle. See measurements and placement below. I had a few finish nails around the house so I used these to secure the caps to the rails, but you could also use the #6 1-1/4""wsite-image wsite-image-border-none""padding-top:10px;padding-bottom:10px;margin-left:0;margin-right:0;text-align:center""/uploads/1/1/5/9/115903911/screen-shot-2019-05-25-at-11-51-07-pm_orig.png""Picture""width:auto;max-width:100%""display:block;font-size:90%""paragraph"" screws, 2 on each end to secure it. 
Next up, I started on the frame for the seat base. You can do this outside of the bench frame and attach them later, I just showed placement for reference in the images below. 

Just as we did or the upper seat frame, I used the pocket joineries to make the base with slightly shorter pieces. See dimensions below. 
In order to allow the upper bench to have enough clearance to swing from the lower base, I placed the post legs on the inside of the frame. I cut these to 16""wsite-image wsite-image-border-none""padding-top:10px;padding-bottom:10px;margin-left:0;margin-right:0;text-align:center""/uploads/1/1/5/9/115903911/published/screen-shot-2019-05-26-at-12-32-25-pm_1.png?1558908771""Picture""width:724;max-width:100%""display:block;font-size:90%""paragraph"" drill. This part is prepping the connection point for the glider hardware to be installed. Use the dimensions below to place your holes. 

Again, I wanted my bench to be fairly high in order to see over the balcony rails. You can adjust the legs of your upper seating and lower base in order to find your ideal height. As long as you ensure the bottom of your base piece and the top of our outside edge seating is 3"" gliders. 
Last, install the nut and bolts to lock in the hardware and get ready to enjoy! I didn''ll add a full tutorial for styling your crib day bed. Hope you enjoy and be sure to tag @beyondtheclock on instagram when you complete yours. I can''''_blank''''_blank''''_blank''''_blank''''_blank'>

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