Hippie vans and old-timey naval vessels are no longer the only places hammocks are hung. These days you’ll find them pretty much everywhere, from condos, to offices and even bathrooms. Want proof? Start scrolling.
Hanging over the stairs in your two-story flat
Part of a custom-designed home in Oporto, Portugal titled 227 Flat.
On the deck of a floating sauna
Because a floating sauna on its own wouldn’t offer enough relaxation opportunities.
In the bathroom
Photo: Splinter Works
It’s not really a hammock if it’s made of carbon fiber, is it? Oh well. More bizarre bathing options this way.
In lieu of floors
If you’re too lazy to make it all the way to the bed.
Why does that kid look so bored?! He’s got everything going for him.
Hanging from a tree like a cocoon
Large enough for two human-sized caterpillars.
Also available in wicker
‘Cause wicker is wicked.
On a beach
There’s nowhere else more appropriate.
On the slopes
The wooden Seora La Seora Alpine is held together by Olympic sailing rope, which means it can endure even the coldest climate.
Looks good poolside too
In your corner apartment
Relax and enjoy the view.
As your everyday-bed
Choose canvas over rope and you won’t wake up every morning with patterns in your skin.
As a dock
The perfect way to extend your lakeside retreat.
As a boat
It’s like a flexible, double-decker canoe.
As a tent
The Tentstile is a hammock-tent combo that’s (nearly) bear proof. More zany innovations for your next camping trip here.
For a small group of friends
No one wants to lounge alone.
From the future
With a price tag of $35,000, the Petiole is surely the world’s most expensive hammock.
Filling up the abundance of space in your loft
If you’re not afraid of heights, suspend it from the 20-foot high ceiling. More lovely loft designs here.