Lying in a hammock, feeling the warm afternoon breeze and watching the clouds floating away in the sky is an appealing way to spend an idle summer day. However, most of the fun goes out of the idea once you consider the hefty price tags put for those fancy drop cloth or rope hammocks available in the market. Here is an easy solution – make one for yourself! Check out some ideas.
Have a spare old table cloth in the attic? Don’t throw it away as it can now serve you as a trendy hammock in your backyard. All you will need are some basic tools and rope to shape and tie the hammock.
Those of you with moderate expertise in woodwork can easily make a portable hammock stand that can be kept at any corner of your home.
Here is one that is quite simple to make while the materials used for the hammock give it a professional look. You can check out the details for where to find the supplies at the link provided here.
Yet another simple hammock instruction where the end product is sure to turn up just great
To add a splash of color to your blissful relaxation time, how about tie dyeing the cloth before using it to make the hammock
Rope hammocks are the best as you can hang them up whenever you need some outdoor time and then just take them down and store in a safe place until the next holiday.
Follow the link to find out how to work this cloth hammock with stylish rope ends.
This one does look pretty intimidating with its complicated looking wooden and rope ends. Check out the instructions to see how simple it actually is.
Imagine how cool would it be to have a neat hammock at an open corner of your backyard, where you can enjoy a few peaceful hours, listening to the nature. It’s not such a difficult job to make one, as you would soon find out from the tutorial.
A simple yet gorgeous rope hammock, the DIY includes detailed step-by-step instructions to ascertain desirable end results.
Another DIY tutorial for making a basic hammock stand, so you can enjoy lying in a hammock whenever and wherever you want to.
So, have you taken your pick yet? Go ahead and decide which one of the above fifteen hammocks you want for your house. Consider all the tools and supplies required as well as the difficulty involved. Once you know which one will suit you, just get to work!
Published on March 19th 2015 by Daphne Bennette