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If you don't have two trees that are close enough together to tie off a hammock then you will most certainly appreciate one of our hammock patios stands. Now you can connect your hammock to a stand that fits perfectly onto any patio and spend a nice lazy day swinging in the breeze. And we have plenty of sizes for all your hammock needs. See collection for more.

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Updated 03/11/2022
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Portable metal hammock stand

Portable metal hammock stand

Arlmont & Co.

This hammock stand is constructed with a sleek, powder-coated steel frame, ensuring durability and stability. It is made especially for spreader bar hammocks that are 10 feet or smaller and, despite being lightweight, can handle up to 330 lbs.

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Looking for something simple and unfussy but gets the job done? This stand won’t disappoint. Aside from its great quality, we love it for the flexibility and convenience it offers. For instance, zero installation is needed, and the same goes for tools, making the assembly really simple. What’s more, it only weighs 19 pounds and is therefore extremely easy to move around.

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Adjustable DIY hammock swing stand

Adjustable DIY hammock swing stand

This one is composed of multiple lumbar pieces, forming a wide clean-lined layout. The length is adjustable, ranging from 96”-156” long, to fit any hammock size. In addition, the wood can either be treated, untreated, or even painted to match your outdoor aesthetics. 

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If you’re more of a do-it-yourself type of person and wondering how to make a hammock chair stand in the comfort of your garden, this DIY hammock stand is for you. Note that you’ll need several tools, such as a miter saw or circular saw, a drill driver, and a 1 1/8” Forstner bit to name a few. These tend to be quite costly if you don’t already have most of them.

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Diy hammock chair stand 

Diy hammock chair stand 

This hammock stand is another do-it-yourself project but for chair swings. It has a pergola-like structure but with an A-frame, sled base, and natural wood grains that give it an inviting appeal. The best part: it only takes an afternoon to build.

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Curved arc hammock stand

Curved arc hammock stand

Arlmont & Co.

With a gracefully curved silhouette and spacious design, this hammock stand brings a unique style, comfort, and functionality wherever it goes. The smooth frame is crafted from weather-resistant larch wood, boasting a weight capacity of up to 400 pounds for two people to lounge together. 

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There are so many reasons to love this beautiful hammock stand, and perhaps the most compelling is its versatility. This piece is equally at home in modern and traditional settings thanks to its timeless medium-tone finish and peculiar shape. Another plus? It comes with everything you need, including the hardware, for a stress-free installation. 

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Wall mounted hanging chair stand DIY

Wall mounted hanging chair stand DIY

This simple hanging chair stand is all about practicality and convenience, bringing relaxation right to your home. It features a space-saving T-shape design that measures 72” tall with a width of 46” and a depth of 29”. Besides, it’s suitable for most hanging chairs! 

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Struggling with limited space in your garden? If yes, look no further than this DIY wooden hammock chair stand. It attaches to the wall, meaning you can hang it on your balcony, patio, or even inside, as long as there are studs or some structural wood beam behind the wall. Other than that, you’ll need some experience with woodworking and the right set of tools.

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Large pergola hammock stand 

Large pergola hammock stand 

Sitting on the larger side of outdoor structures, this one doubles as a pergola and hammock stand with a whopping 5-foot by 14-foot dimension. It features a roofing grid, solid columns for long-lasting use, and just the right amount of shade for those nice, lazy days. 

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Buying Guide

Lying in a hammock under a shaded tree has to be one of the most relaxing and restorative leisure activities we know of. But part of that experience is picking a hammock that meets your needs best.

With so many different types of hammocks out there, it can be pretty overwhelming to figure out which hammock should you choose. Well, that's where our detailed hammock buying guide comes in! Grab your Boba tea or Frappuccino and let's dive in.

First things first, you need to think about the reasons for buying a hammock. You need to determine when, where, and how are you planning to use a hammock before making a purchase. 

Once you get this part straight, everything else is really just details. If you're not sure how to answer this question, here are a few uses for hammocks:

  • Trekking, hiking, or backpacking 
  • Lounging outdoors by the pool or in the backyard 
  • Lounging indoors
  • Camping trips 
  • Trips to the beach 
  • As a permanent outdoor shelter  
  • As a bed alternative  

Note down which one of these purposes best describes your situation and you'll find the perfect hammock in no time. 

Once you decide that, you are ready to determine the right type, material, and size for your hammock.

Most hammocks are made of either cotton or polyester. 

Cotton Hammocks 

These hammocks are softer and have a more natural appearance than polyester hammocks. However, with extended exposure to the sun, cotton hammocks eventually turn tan and their color may fade. If you buy this one, make sure you store it in a garage or a shed when it is not in use, otherwise its lifespan will be a lot shorter.

Polyester Hammocks 

If you want a hammock that will withstand any kind of weather conditions Mother Nature throw at it, go with a polyester hammock.

They might not be as soft as a cotton hammock, but that's not to say that they are abrasive or rough in texture. Manufacturers are constantly coming up with ways to make polyester hammocks softer so you won't regret it, unless of course you are super sensitive or allergic to polyester.

In addition to being weather-resistant, polyester hammocks retain their color for longer as well. Continuous sun exposure may not harm them as much, but it is still recommended to keep them indoors (when not in use) to increase their longevity.

When it comes to the size, you need to consider how big of a hammock bed do you need. Hammock bed refers to the midsection part of the hammock on which you will laze away

There are different width sizes available for hammock bed. The width will determine whether a hammock can comfortably hold one person or an entire family. Here are the common sizes you can choose from:

  • Single: Their bed size width ranges from 39 -- 50 inches which is suitable for one average sized adult. The length is usually 76 -- 79 inches.
  • Double: These are 52 -- 60 inches wide and can hold two average-sized adults. They are typically 74 -- 79 inches long.
  • Queen: Also known as "Matrimonial" sized hammocks, these can easily fit 3 average-sized adults. They are generally 69-inches wide and 79-inches long.
  • King/Family: Much like beds, a king-sized hammock is big enough to accommodate 3-4 average-sized adults. The exact measurements vary from brand to brand, but you can expect them to be 79-inches wide and 79-inches long.

Please keep in mind the weight capacity of a hammock before buying. It is important for your safety that you don't exceed the weight capacity of a hammock.

The choice of a specific type of hammock will depend on your specific needs. Here are some pupular types and their advantages:

  • Rope Hammocks 

As the name suggests, the rope hammocks are loosely woven from thick ropes. Have you seen a hammock, suspended between two palm trees on a tropical beach? That's what rope hammocks look like. 

Their loose weave means they are very breathable, which is perfect for hot days. If you want a durable rope hammock so you can read or nap in it, choose one with polyester cords.

  • Poolside Hammocks  

If you live close to the ocean or in a warmer climate, a poolside hammock will be a great option. They are made with textilene and Sunbrella fabrics which is resistant to mold, mildew, and fading. It means that you can get into the hammock without damaging it even if you are not 100% dry.

Poolside hammocks are equipped with spreader bars so you can easily get in and out of it. Also, these hammocks are easy to clean -- all you need is a little bit of liquid soap and warm water.

  • Quilted Hammocks 

If you are looking for a tight hammock that will provide maximum support to your body, consider a quilted hammock. They are made from 2 layers of tightly interlaced fabric with wadding stuffed between them.  

Most quilted hammocks come with spreader bars to keep them from flipping over. Since they don't stretch to different lengths between trees, these hammocks work well on hammock stands.

  • Camping Hammocks 

These hammocks are especially designed for backpackers and campers so they are light and portable. They usually have an attached sack or pocket which you can stuff the hammock into for quick packing and carrying.  

These are made from nylon fabric, so they are resistant to mildew as well. If you are going to travel with your hammock or you want something highly durable, a camping hammock is the way to go. One downside is, they don't offer much support compared to quilted or polyester hammocks.

  • Fabric Hammocks 

You may be thinking that fabric hammocks are just another name for cotton hammocks, but that's not the case. Fabric hammocks are made of quick-dry polyester blends which makes them perfect for beach and poolside usage

You can also find a fabric hammock with a pillow sewn into it.

  • Woven Hammocks  

We have South America to thank for introducing us to woven hammocks. There are many styles of woven hammocks, like Mayan hammocks and Brazilian Hammocks.

Mayan hammocks are woven out of gauzy-like cotton that is very lightweight but surprisingly sturdy. These are available in gorgeous patterns and bright colors, and they feature a cocoon-like style. 

You can also hang the ends close together so your Mayan hammock can double up as a chair. But these usually don't come with a spreader bar. 

Brazilian or Nicaraguan hammocks are tightly woven with Nylon, so you get the look of a cotton hammock but with additional support. Many campers like to use the Brazilian hammocks instead of a sleeping bag.

So, now you know why you need a hammock and what types of hammocks are available in the market. You are ready to look at all the factors you need to consider when picking out your hammock:

Construction Quality and Material

Your choice of material must be based on how and where you will use the hammock. For example, if you want to use it for backpacking/camping, you want a hammock that is made of quick-dry, tear-resistant material. 

On the other hand, if you want to install a hammock indoors -- in your living room or bedroom -- a blend of polyester and cotton will be the best option.

And carefully go analyze the stitches and seams of the hammock before buying. If you see frayed seams or stitches unraveling, let it go and buy another one.

Weight and Size

Think about the weight, portability and size of the hammock you have your eye on, especially if you plan to go camping with it. 

  • A lightweight and compact camping hammock is far easier to travel with. For a backyard or indoors hammock, portability is obviously not an issue.  
  • Do you have a partner or small children or pets who would be keeping you company in that hammock? If so, you may want to choose a double or queen-sized hammock that can hold up to 450 or more pounds.
  • Most single or one-person hammocks can hold up to 250 pounds of weight. Even if you are not going to curl up with special someone, a bigger hammock may offer more comfort.


Many camping hammocks come with extra accessories to keep the backpacker/camper comfortable, such as:

  • A mosquito net with super fine netting 
  • Quilts, to keep you cozy and warm 
  • A rainfly or tarp, to protect you from the elements 
  • Straps 
  • A set of locking carabiners 

If you are specifically buying a hammock for outdoor adventures, you may want to pick one that come with extra accessories like mentioned above.

Don't have time to go through the whole guide? It's okay, just follow these tips and you'll be fine:

  • Cotton hammocks are salient for indoors or really hot weather, since they are the most breathable.
  • But polyester hammocks are unbeatable in terms of durability and comfort (unless you're allergic to polyester!) 
  • Pick a queen-sized or king-sized hammock if you want to cuddle up with your loved one, small children, or a pet in the hammock. 
  • Pick a double-sized hammock if you want maximum comfort, even if you are flying solo
  • Choose a hammock with accessories like straps, carabiners, mosquito net, tarp, or quilts if you will use it outdoors.

Hammock stands can be argued to be one of modern man's greatest inventions. They save us from the often-grueling set-up and maintenance associated with traditional hammocks.

Before the hammock stands, you were required to find a suitable area, install screw-in hooks, and then hope nothing went wrong. Nowadays, having an awesome hammock experience is as simple as selecting the right stand, so we'll be guiding you through that process today.

The first and most important consideration to be made when purchasing a hammock stand is the material your stand will be made of. The material of your stand not only determines its aesthetics and how well it fits into your décor but also, it's longevity, utility and, ability to withstand the weather.

Steel Hammock Stands

Steel hammock stands are an all-round, solid purchase for most environments. Typically, they are coated in a paint that makes them mostly weatherproof, although long-term exposure to the elements can cause this paint to chip, leaving your steel frame vulnerable.

Steel frames are also most often hollow, so you won't have to worry too much about them being difficult to move. Set up is also extremely simple since most pieces fit into each other seamlessly and are secured in place with relatively few screws.

Steel frames, when maintained properly, can last a really long time and are generally pet-proof except in extreme circumstances, so you won't have to worry too much about isolating your pets from your beloved hammock stand.

Wooden Hammock Stands

Wooden hammock stands, offer more variety of choice when it comes to aesthetic appeal than steel stands. Not only can you purchase stands made from a variety of hardwoods or softwoods, but each wood can be finished to fit your décor most appropriately.

Hardwood hammock stands do involve a little more responsibility than steel stands. Of course, while most hardwood stands are finished in weatherproof resin, it's almost inevitable that resin will peel or get scratched, leaving vulnerabilities. This being the case, you'll want to do the occasional check of your hammock stand, just to be sure that there are no gaping wounds in your finish.

If you find big scratches, you need to refinish your stand as soon as possible, to prevent excess exposure to moisture and temperature fluctuations. Leaving these vulnerabilities exposed will shorten your stand's lifespan. Two treatments a year are recommended for the best results.

Steel frames have notoriously good weight-bearing capacity, but it's always a good idea to double-check. Most standard single person hammocks can hold up to 250 lbs, so if you're hoping to share evenings with your special someone or have children who'd enjoy sharing, getting a 2-person hammock is a solid bet.

It goes without saying that steel, by design and composition, can simply bear more weight than a wooden frame pound for pound. That is not to say that wooden frames are necessarily poor weight bearers, however, the more weight you want your hammock to bear, the thicker and longer your wooden frame will need to be.

This won't be a problem for people who intend to simply "set it and forget it", but for those of you with the occasional bouts of adverse weather, moving a heavy wooden hammock frame can be an issue.

In exchange for reduced weight-bearing capacity, wooden frames offer a more "natural" comfort than steel frames. Wooden frames can safely flex under your weight in ways that steel frame joints cannot necessarily imitate.

Among us, there are a unique few who don't enjoy the soothing rocking of a hammock. At least - they don't enjoy lying down on a hammock but wouldn't mind the unique and comforting swinging sensation in the outdoors.

If you're among this group or are simply looking for a new option for enjoying your outdoor or indoor space, then a hammock chair stand could be for you. Hammock chair stands allow for all the comforts of a hammock, except from a relaxed sitting position.

This type of hammock stand has the added benefit of taking up significantly less space than a full hammock stand, so they are suitable for apartment balconies or small decks that may not have been able to accommodate a full hammock.

Now that you've decided on what type of hammock stand you'll be using let's take a look at some accessories that can take your hammock experience to another level.

  • Spreader Bar

Keeping a taut hammock can be a minor or major comfort depending on how you look at it. If you've chosen a quilted hammock, then you likely already have spreader bars installed. Manufacturers often choose to pair these two since spreader bars preserve the integrity of your hammock's quilts for the long-term by keeping them taut.

The tension provided by spreader bars offers the added benefit of lumbar support for those who prefer a firmer mattress. One possible downside of a spreader bar is the potential for difficulty getting into or out of your hammock. The extra tension can sometimes make balancing the hammock more difficult.

Hammocks with no spreader bar tend to mold to your body well and provide more comfort for those who require a "cozy" feel when using their hammock. There are also no issues with getting into or out of the hammock, but there is also less lumbar support.

  • Suspension Tree Strap

A suspension tree strap does exactly as it's name implies and allows you to suspend your hammock from a tree in lieu of a hammock stand. These straps generally don't cause any direct harm to the tree, unlike screw-in hooks would and are an excellent choice for taking your hammock camping or just for some versatility.

  • Outdoor Pillows

Unlike their indoor cousins, outdoor pillows are designed to withstand adverse weather conditions while maintaining their comfort factor. If you want an extra bit of "cozy" from your hammock, these are a worthwhile investment.

  • Underquilt

If you frequently use your hammock at night, for camping or just have an excessive evening breeze near the ocean, then an underquilt could be a good purchase. These nifty little extras prevent drafts from chilling you from the underside of the hammock.

  • Rain tarp

Rain tarps can be an incredibly fun add-on for your hammock, especially if your area is notorious for rain at a particular time of year. Not only do these lightweight tarps prevent your hammock and hammock stand from taking excessive weather damage - but you also get to enjoy the experience of lying down outside in a shower! If you're a rain-lover, definitely consider giving this a shot and be prepared to bring your favorite tea or coffee and a good novel with you.

  • Bug nets

Living in a tropical climate makes a good hammock almost necessary, but evening time hammock use can come with a lot of unwanted guests, namely mosquitoes. A bug net can go a long way to making sure your evening hammock use is uninterrupted by these pests.

  • Chair Springs and Other Spare Parts

Hammock repairs, while often simple, can be very niche. That means you won't necessarily be able to get the parts you need for a proper repair anywhere other than the manufacturer. Having extra parts on hand like hammock springs can save you a lot of headache and waiting if something goes wrong.

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Constituting an ideal base to mount a swing bench or a hammock, this bright wooden stand constitutes a stable and sturdy construction. Its warm, natural appeal will fit well to your patio or garden.

Diy hammock chair stand

DIY Hammock Chair Stand

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The impressive patio hammock stand is an excellent way to have a charming garden décor or patio, and a delightful place to relax. The impressive wood construction is durable and long-lasting. Ideal solution for lovers of laziness.

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Extremely durable and weather-resistant, this impressive hammock stand is designed of hardwood in oak finish, ensuring easy and long-lasting usage. The whole structure is reinforced with stainless steel hardware and has 2 matching hooks for keeping the hammock in place.

Patio hammock stands

The beautiful hammock on the patio is a perfect combination of attractive style and unique details that delight. The whole, based on the slim wooden stands, creates an extremely comfortable place to relax.

Angela Curved Arc Wood Hammock Stand

Angela Curved Arc Wood Hammock Stand

This curved wood hammock is the epitome of rest and relaxation. With its unique shape and design, you can unwind from a busy day and chill. Made of beautifully finished hardwood, it's the perfect addition to your outdoor decor. Feel free to soak up the sun and kick up your feet while getting some much-needed recharge time with this sleek hammock stand.

Alberto Steel Standard Hammock Stand

Alberto Steel Standard Hammock Stand

If you would like to get some much-needed rest and unwind as you please, then this sturdy hammock stand will do the trick. Feel free to soak up the sun, enjoy a catnap or read your favorite novel with this hammock stand at your disposal. With no hassle of installation, it is ready to use immediately. The stand accommodates non-spreader bar hammocks and the powder-coated steel tubing assembly packs neatly into a duffel bag to be transported to any location you prefer.

Wincanton Trailer Hitch Steel Hammock Chair Stand

Wincanton Trailer Hitch Steel Hammock Chair Stand

Looking for a unique way of relaxing in your hanging chair? Then you're in luck. This trailer hitch hammock stand is constructed from steel that makes it strong and durable. The black finish simply enhances the overall look while the compact design of the stand allows it to be attached to most 2-inch standard hitch receivers. It's compatible with most chairs and holds them comfortably. This hammock stand has a capacity of 500 pounds with 250 pounds to each arm and is also easy to assemble.

Kasandra Durable Metal Hammock Chair Stand

Kasandra Durable Metal Hammock Chair Stand

This hammock stand is the perfect combination of style and functionality. It allows you to add a unique styling element to your patio, deck, or any relevant indoor space. Feel free to enjoy your new hammock chair to the fullest thanks to its durable construction and heavy-duty stand. Lazy days indoors or outside are now attainable for both kids and adults to enjoy. This stand is specifically designed for hanging hammock chairs and is available in a black metal finish which is also UV resistant.

Mattie Adjustable Hammock Tree Strap

Mattie Adjustable Hammock Tree Strap

This adjustable hammock tree strap would allow you to hang your hammock from trees with ease. It features two 9 inch long straps with 14 loops each. Avoid tying complicated knots thanks to the easy-to-use chain loop system. Each strap is lightweight and compact and comes packed in a black carry bag to easily toss it in with your supplies while on the go.

Aliyah Hammock Tree Straps

Aliyah Hammock Tree Straps

These hammock straps are made from premium heavy-duty polyester making them rugged and long-lasting. They will replace your typical hammock gear as they attach conveniently and sturdily to trees using tree hooks. It's also portable and weather resistant with an adjustable strap size that fits even larger trees. Available in a set of two polyester straps, they also contain two heavy gauge steel carabiners designed to hold up to 450 pounds.


Calkins Multipurpose Suspension Tree Strap

Calkins Multipurpose Suspension Tree Strap

The multi-purpose suspension tree strap lets you quickly and easily install your hanging chair from beams, posts, and trees. Thanks to the smart hook, the length and height can also be adjusted without any knots. This suspension tree strap is the smart solution to your hammock requirements. With a weight capacity of 355 pounds, it's ideal for both adults and kids. The black color also blends in with any hammock fabric color.


Edford Hammock Canopy

Edford Hammock Canopy

This easy fabric canopy offers instant sun protection. The canopy delivers stylish convenience while you enjoy the breeze that's passing right over you. This cover allows you to pick a spot in a sun-drenched spot and still enjoy the cool shade. Designed for the tri-beam stand, it is easy to set up as there are no tools required. The all-weather fabric also features fade-resistant capabilities, and to keep it clean, simply use oxyclean and water.

Dungonnell Wood Standard Hammock Stand

Dungonnell Wood Standard Hammock Stand

If you're looking for a wooden hammock stand that combines elegance and practicality, then this is the one. The cypress swing stand is designed for indoor and outdoor use. Occasional cleaning with mild soapy water will help to remove surface dirt and keep stains at bay. Over the years, the wood will age to an elegant muted silver-gray which will simply add to its character.

Darby Metal Hammock Stand

Darby Metal Hammock Stand

This metal hammock stand is the epitome of style, durability, and functionality. It is one hammock stand that fulfils all your hammock requirements. Not only is it rugged, but the powder-coated steel construction makes it strong and long-lasting. Irrespective of what type of hammock you are using, the stand is designed to do the trick.

Dorinda Double Classic Hammock with Stand

Dorinda Double Classic Hammock with Stand

Read a book, enjoy the sunshine or take a nap on this double hammock and stand. Consists of adjustable hooks, it is easy to decide how low you would like it to hang while relaxing. For easy transportation, the stand is collapsible and contains a convenient carry case to take it with you on camping and outdoor trips. The weight capacity is 450 pounds, making it ideal for sharing with a friend or simply enjoying the afternoon breeze by yourself. To clean and maintain hand wash and dry to keep your hammock in pristine condition for years to come.

Latorre Spreader Bar Hammock with Stand

Latorre Spreader Bar Hammock with Stand

Ever wanted to create your own personal haven outdoors? Well, now it's possible with this weather-resistant hammock. Designed to live outdoors, it's constructed from element-resistant materials and a powder-coated aluminum stand as well as polyester upholstery so neither the UV lights nor rainstorms will tarnish it. Although some assembly is required, once you have it up and going, you'll be able to enjoy endless hours off unwinding and relaxation in this sturdy and swinging hammock.

Rylie Classic Hammock with Stand

Rylie Classic Hammock with Stand

This double hammock with stand is all about soaking up the sun and enjoying on a Sunday afternoon nap. Made from cotton with rope hangers on either side, it supports a whopping 450 pounds. That's enough to hold two average adults. With the contemporary fabric design, it lends a minimalistic charm complementing your outdoor area. The cotton fabric can be easily removed and washed to keep your hammock in pristine condition for longer.

Ashlee Hammock with Stand

Ashlee Hammock with Stand

This hammock comes with everything you need to set up a personal sanctuary outdoors. The hammock bed features a spreader bar supported by sturdy ropes on a freestanding frame, so there is no need to look for trees or hooks to hang it up. The vibrant stripes will bring a splash of color to your garden, porch or patio while the 45o pound capacity means that you can enjoy it with your favorite person. The heavy-duty cotton fabric is treated to be UV-resistant, and the spreader bars are made of solid wood, ensuring longevity. Machine wash and dry to keep your hammock looking in tip-top shape.

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Edyth Fringed Cotton Tree Spreader Bar Hammock

Edyth Fringed Cotton Tree Spreader Bar Hammock

If you are looking for a playful alternative to an armchair or rocking chair? Well, you have found the perfect fit. This comfy hammock is a must-have item for anyone who loves to kick back and relax. Made from recycled cotton, the classic design is further enhanced by dangling latticework details and fringes that bring a touch of bohemian flair to this eye-catching hammock. It's also easily installed thanks to the pair of wood spreader bars. The hammock contains a capacity of 260 pounds, making it suitable for just a single person.

Rockin 2-in-1 Hammock with Stand

Rockin 2-in-1 Hammock with Stand

Want to give your kids something to do outdoors? Well, this to 2 in 1 rocking hammock will do the trick. Complete with curved steel bars, it offers a cool gliding experience, and you can lengthen and shorten the support ropes at each end to create the correct weight balance for the number of kids that are using it. The Tesla mesh material is both thick and colorful, providing enough room for approximately two kids. It's suitable for kids aged six and up and has a maximum weight capacity of 300 pounds.

Dirraw Heavy Duty Double Spreader Bar Hammock

Dirraw Heavy Duty Double Spreader Bar Hammock

This double spreader bar hammock will have enjoying hours of fun and relaxation in your front or backyard. The heavy-duty hammock is made from quilted cotton, and high-density breathable canvas fabric material making it pleasant to look at and comfortable to lay on. It can reliably hold up to 250 pounds making it suitable for one person. The hammock is compact, rugged and versatile enough to take on hiking and camping trips. Easy to install and carry to hiking and camping trips.

Donat Chair Hammock

Donat Chair Hammock

This comfy hammock chair is what lazy Sunday afternoons are made off. Perfect for indoor or outdoor use, you can enjoy reading a book, listening to music or simply taking in the sounds of the birds chirping outside in this swinging hammock chair. Compete with back support and two pillows, it provides the ultimate comfort in the privacy of your own home. The hammock is also portable so you can move it on from one place to the other and enjoy a change of scenery. The cotton and polyester construction is breathable and will keep you cool while you relax.

Aquinnah Tree Hammock

Aquinnah Tree Hammock

Irrespective of what outdoor activities you enjoy on a lazy day, do it in comfort with this hanging tree hammock. It's perfect for hanging out in your garden or patio or a fun indoor environment by hanging it on a beam inside the house. Made from durable weather-resistant fabric, it can be left outdoors worry-free and thanks to the natural hanging and swinging motions of the hammock, it provides a soothing experience which is ideal after a long hard day at work.