Summer is approaching soon, and it’s that time of the year when you bask in the sunlight while sipping a cold beverage and enjoying a good read. And nothing could be a better way of lounging than lying on a hammock, swaying to and fro. So for a relaxing outing, we suggest you try making a macramé hammock and unwind.
You might have to work a little arranging the dowels and copper tubes, but as you follow the steps one by one the finishing would be worth the efforts.
Not just for outdoor pleasure, you can swing on the hammock while staying indoor glancing through a magazine or just dozing off for a while.
Laze beneath a tree in your backyard cocooning in this inexpensive yet sturdy piece of rope mesh bed.
Adding some aesthetic vibes to the hammock are the wooden beads slid into the strings making your siestas more pleasant.
If you cannot pack bags to the Bahamas, then turn your back garden into a tropical delight and jump into the hammock for spending some me-time.
Designed like a chair the hammock takes less space and gives your share of relaxing hours before you go back to your routine schedule.
An ideal adventure-on-the-go hammock for the habitual campers and trekkers, planning a weekend getaway would no longer be a tedious task.
The serenity of nature is best enjoyed when you let your hair down, and relax for hours away from the urban distractions. And for those finding it hard to take a break, these quick hammock-building ideas would turn you into a temporary Islander and calm your nerves for a while.
Published on June 9th 2016 by Michelle Anderson