Hammocks & Swings
Our stunning range is designed to endure complex weather conditions and come in numerous styles. Unwind and take in the weather with one of our sought-after Hammocks & Swings. These beauties are also a wonderful gift idea.
Hakim Wicker Hanging Pod Chair, WhiteRRP $729.00$439.00
Marconi Open Weave Rope HammockRRP $189.00$95.00
How do you hang a hammock?There are multiple ways to hang a hammock, such as with:
-Rope:If there are trees or posts with hooks nearby, rope is an affordable and reliable way to secure a hammock.
-Tree straps:Built for the tree and tightened with your weight, tree straps are a lightweight and easy-to-use alternative to rope.
-A hammock stand:For decks or gardens without trees, a hammock stand is a great alternative and allows you to place the hammock wherever you desire.
Are hammock swings safe?Hammock swings are most often attached to the ceiling with one or two hooks. For the most part, they’re considered safe as they don’t hang far off the ground. In the event the hook screw comes loose from the ceiling, you’ll probably find yourself more concerned with the hole in the ceiling than any mild injuries you may have.
If there are members in your household more vulnerable to injuries, such as babies or the elderly, make sure your setup is extra secure, and that the hammock is only used with supervision.
Is sleeping in a hammock comfortable?Sleeping in a hammock can be very comfortable to some people. If you’re a back sleeper, or generally find hammocks quite comfortable to lounge in, you’ll likely find the support you need for a good night’s sleep in a hammock.
Not only that, but some suggest that sleeping in a hammock is supportive for the spine, leading to fewer back problems.