Lounging in an indoor hammock is an irresistible treat because the act recreates that vacation feeling. Whether is in an actual place to lounge and read or nap, or just a decorative touch, a hammock will instantly create a mood of relaxation.
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A couple of chair hammocks can transform an extra room in your home into a relaxing retreat. This indoor patio by Live Free Creative Company turned an awkward spot near the front door into a casual sitting area. We love how the black accent wall anchors the space while framing the window. The bohemian rug brings a relaxing vibe. Besides the hammocks, our favorite piece of furniture in the room is the vintage sofa that adds a pop of invigorating color.Continue to 2 of 20 below.
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A Hammock as Ornament
You likely would not want to climb into a hammock suspended from the edge of a wall shelf, but as a decorative touch, it does set a mood.Continue to 3 of 20 below.
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Scandinavian interiors are having a huge moment, and we can't get enough of their monochromatic aesthetic. From the Ikea POÄNG chair to crocheted rope hammock, this charming apartment by TenFink is brimming with Nordic style.Continue to 4 of 20 below.
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Living Room Hammock
How do you make every square inch in a single room apartment count? In this open-plan space by Studio Ilse, a removable hammock becomes a flexible furniture solution that adapts to the homeowner's needs. It can serve as pure decoration, a practical lounging feature, or as a catch-basket for throw pillows and blankets.Continue to 5 of 20 below.
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When there's no room for a sofa in a tiny apartment, a hammock hung from the ceiling creates a space to kick back and relax—a fact that Carina Louzao proves with her smart design.Continue to 6 of 20 below.
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Pictured here is a built-in hammock in a home designed by award-winning architects Gwendolyn Huisman and Marijn Boterman. The catbird seat provides spectacular views of the sky and garden through an expansive picture window.Continue to 7 of 20 below.
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Do you say that you don't have room for a traditional hammock? You can still get your swing on with this DIY project by Park and Cube. The project uses extra-strength yarn to knit a sweet hanging chair. When suspending a hammock or swing from the ceiling, it's critical to anchor it in ceiling joists to ensure strength.Continue to 8 of 20 below.
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The coziest detail in this modern apartment designed by Svoya Studio is the plush, braided hammock placed by the foyer. Not only does it make the home's atmosphere more relaxing, but it also functions as a room divider between the entrance and main living area.Continue to 9 of 20 below.
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Best Seat in the House
The best seat in this house is a striped hammock, says Tobie Garcia. She says it's the perfect spot to listen to vinyl while sipping wine.Continue to 10 of 20 below.
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Formal Living Room
Trust us—there is a hammock out there that matches your aesthetic. Case in point, this Moroccan tile print lounger spotted in Prairie Boheme's formal living room. It is the perfect complement to carefully selected artwork.Continue to 11 of 20 below.
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Hammock Accessorized With Plants
Plants and a hammock transformed this nook by the window in Tamara Dawn's apartment into a tiny sanctuary. Living plants are natural companions for an indoor hammock.Continue to 12 of 20 below.
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Table Hammocks for Kids
A couple of sheets will turn a sturdy dinner table into a pair of children's hammocks, as in this example by Cathe Lijne. To do this, she wrapped two long sheets (one for each child) under the table and tied the ends on top.Continue to 13 of 20 below.
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Here, a hammock chair doubles as a book nook for her boyfriend says Lotte Dierckx. In case you're wondering, he's reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.Continue to 14 of 20 below.
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When indoor space is tight for apartment dwellers, keeping city kids entertained is no easy feat. This cool hammock in Leanne Pedersen's living room creates a fun spot for her daughter to play. It's part tent, part swing, and complete fun.Continue to 15 of 20 below.
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Hammock as Focal Point
A humble hammock inspired the entire design of this spectacular home by Samsel Architects. Pictured here is a spacious indoor porch that features a simple piece of swinging furniture. The porch feature was designed precisely to accommodate a hammock positioned for a wonderful view.Continue to 16 of 20 below.
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With the addition of a hammock, a neglected bay window becomes an enjoyable retreat in Claire Devaux's primary bedroom.
About This Term: Primary Bedroom
Many real estate associations as well as the Real Estate Standards Organization have classified the term "Master Bedroom" as potentially discriminatory. "Primary Bedroom" is the name now widely used among the real estate community and better reflects the purpose of the room.
Read more about our Diversity and Inclusion Pledge to make The Spruce a site where all feel welcome.Continue to 18 of 20 below.
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This indoor hammock is the best spot in the house, says the blogger behind My Cakies. Not only is it a dreamy spot she and husband use to read and relax in at night, it also keeps the children entertained for hours during the day. The hammock combined with the leggy chairs and house plants is the key ingredient that gives this small living room an airy vibe.Continue to 19 of 20 below.
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Loft Apartment Hammock
In a loft by David Hotson Architect, a hammock is used instead of a partition wall to separate the kitchen from the living room. It's a smart idea that allows sunlight to filter through this New York City apartment.Continue to 20 of 20 below.
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Make the most of any window in your abode with this idea by McEwan Custom Homes. Any room with an alcove bay lined with windows is a perfect fit for an indoor hammock.