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9 Indoor Hammocks That Will Make You Want to Nap

9 Indoor Hammocks That Will Make You Want to Nap

Can a hammock make you happier? There’s no evidence (that we found), but our instincts tell us yes. At Remodelista, we think an indoor hammock might help us make it through the winter (reminding us of leisurely summer afternoons, book and cocktail in hand).

Above: A room at the Coqui Coqui in Mexico, discovered via The Selby.

Above: A hammock in a summer house in Sweden, via Style Files. For more interiors with bursts of orange, see Tangerine Dream: 10 Rooms with Unexpected Color.

Above: An indoor hammock at the Casa dei Poeti, a guest house on Stromboli, off the coast of Sicily, via The Travel Files.

Above: A room at the Hotel Daniel in Vienna features a hammock. Ssee more at Luxe Urban Camping: The Hotel Daniel Airstream in Vienna.

Above: A pair of striped hammocks in a Swedish loft space; photo by Jonas Ingerstedt.

Above: An interior hammock in the Nora House by Atelier Bow Wow.

Above: A Southern California living room via A Beautiful Mess.

Above: A similar family-friendly hammock, via Cakies.

Above: A nap corner in a Swedish country house, styled by Lotta Agaton.

Want to make your own hammock? See DIY: Instant Summer Hammock.  And don’t miss Remodelista‘s posts on calm and composed designs.

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11:17AM PDT on Oct 19, 2013

I actually love the living spaces pictured! Thanks

7:09PM PDT on Oct 12, 2013

I guess for some situations and people who are comfortable in them, it would work. I've never really been into hammocks unless they were already spread out/open and the kind that has 2 sturdy ends.
For people who like this ideas,they made it look nice in the photos.

2:52PM PDT on Oct 9, 2013

I love these.

7:48AM PDT on Oct 9, 2013

thanks for sharing

7:25AM PDT on Oct 9, 2013

Thanks, nice.. But Im doing all I can NOT to nap, so I can get some sleep at night.

5:42AM PDT on Oct 9, 2013

Thank you for sharing.

3:51AM PDT on Oct 9, 2013

oh, i do wish i had the space for one. sometimes the impractical is quite necessary!

3:21AM PDT on Oct 9, 2013

lovely! :)

1:09AM PDT on Oct 9, 2013

thank you for the article

11:54PM PDT on Oct 8, 2013

Thank you

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