Reality: Hammocks are simple and require only two things to work properly: strong, supporting 10-20 feet apart. To approach the room you need, measure the hammock and add 1 or 2 m for the entire length between the posts.
The traditional hammock hung between two trees or posts in the yard, but you can get any support you might have. In this example, a strong tree and a hook attached, which are used at home. Note that the length of the hammock creates the corresponding sag in the middle.
Ike Kligerman Barkley
Blessed with sea views and palm trees? Have the ideal place for a traditional hammock.
In the cities of Mexico we saw hammocks lined up, from post to post in courtyards like this one. The curve of the hammock mirrors the arched openings perfectly, and the yard breeze blows through these passages all day long. Design and function meet the perfect place for a hammock.
If a conventional hammock is not in use, it may be hung on a jamb out of the way or simply allowed to hang freely. The cotton weaving, together and stretches slightly to save space.
Aiken House & Gardens
Reality: Do you want a place to relax, but do not want to give up, complicated lacing and ruffle decor? Do not worry – this shapely hammock has the best of both worlds for you.
Give an allusion to the floral patterns on the pillow prints by attaching the hammock to an overgrown post. Clematis is a great choice, with a wide range of pink, purple and white selections and a graceful twining habit. Other vines could take over your hammock, but clematis grow peacefully and stay in place.
Can not get to the beach this summer? Do not worry. Section a piece of your lawn for your own private beach and hang a hammock from a faux palm tree. This setup is perfect for parents who need a bit of relaxation while the kids play in the advanced sandbox.
Reality: Dual-seat hammocks and cradle hammocks are available. Face the hammocks in opposite directions to talk freely with the person sitting next to you, without stretching his neck.
Reality: Freestanding hammocks work just as well. Make sure to keep the plan for shading with an awning or roof edge, from baking in the summer sun.
Inga Romberga (IngaBerga)
Reality: A seat hammock is the perfect complement to a nursery in place of a traditional rocker. Make sure you attach the hammock to a secure beam.
Dana Frieling interior
Seat hammocks come in all shapes and sizes; this smaller version fits well in a corner. Inserting a hammock into a room can bring a beach theme to life, organically, without resorting to sticking to the surfboard sticker.
Maybe you have a big room where your children love to hang out. Maybe you just refinished your attic and did the search for the perfect couch. Consider a large-scale bed, hammock, instead of cuddling and dozing.
Reality: It’s true, hammocks can be expensive. But not all of you. I can, stayed with a Mexican market for a song, but you can also find cheap versions online. Try a two person hammock for $ 25 or a cradle hammock for around $ 30. Stick with cotton to weave and you will not be disappointed.
Whether you want to relax, with a book by the pool, cuddle up with your newborn in the nursery, or turn your attic into the children’s playhouse, hammocks are the answer. Get off today and spend the summer swings in the breeze.