A palm tree-filled beach or a petite backyard, there is always some room for hanging a hammock and lying on it while taking a nap without any disturbance. With the easy availability of paracord, DIY crafters can create a cozy hammock and nestle in.
Once you throw yourself on the hammock, it instantly transports you to a tropical island where the cool sea breeze blows your hair rejuvenating your mind.
Create an outdoor lounge chair with spools of colorful paracord that could be hung all year round. If the weather outside gets too chilled, bring it inside the house.
Relax, sleep, or just read a book for hours on the sturdy hammock in the backyard to enjoy the fresh warmth of the winter sun.
Your hunt for a new relaxation abode ends here as the following tutorial shows you the tricks of devising a hammock.
Snuggle in the ultra comfy hammock, lazing beneath the blue sky on a cool, breezy day.
Another inexpensive project for the paracord lovers traditionally made for a quintessential experience without going overboard with the design.
Although this multicolored paracord cannot withstand the weight of more than one person, you can aim for making a bigger one using other weaving patterns for a more rugged design.
Your television-addicted kids cannot resist staying indoors when they spot the hammock swinging merrily in the backyard. Wait till you are ordered to make few more of these paracord loungers.
If you are planning to hit the roads very soon, then this all-in-one multipurpose hammock will come handy, especially when you are camping deep in the forest.
A whimsical hanging bed suspended indoors for adding some playfulness and décor value to your home sweet home.
The true meaning of comfort can only be understood when you lie idly on the hammock adorned with funky pillows for a minimal set-up, sipping wine, and unwinding for a while.
Hammocks come in all designs made from different materials. However, since paracord is a sturdy rope, you can easily whip up a hammock for a super cool effect. Start now as some summer adventures are best enjoyed outdoors.
Published on December 12th 2015 by Michelle Anderson