Relax under the palm trees or on your balcony with this beautiful macrame canvas hammock.
· Made from a durable canvas fabric suitable for indoor or outdoor use
· Comes with a carry bag for easy transport
· Load capacity is 250kgs
· Single person hammock
ITEM SIZE: Width 150cm, bed length 200cm, total length end to end 290cm
CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Gentle hand wash and line dry recommended.
HOW TO HANG YOUR HAMMOCK A hammock is a must-have piece of furniture for ultimate relaxation. If you've never owned a hammock before, there's plenty to learn.
Whether you want a permanent hammock installation in your backyard, or you want to take your hammock with you when you go camping this summer, there are many ways to hang hammocks securely outdoors.
Read below to discover the possibilities you'll unlock with a hammock, and what you need to do to install it safely.
USING HAMMOCK HARDWARE You may use one of several types of hardware suspensions, including ring buckles, finger nines, j-hook wall anchors, large s-hooks, and lengths of chain. This hardware is usually easy to adjust to find the right tension for your preferences.
HANGING OUT BETWEEN TREES Do you plan to hang your hammock between two trees? You’ll need to keep distance and height in mind. Make sure the trees you’re using for your hammock can support your weight. You don’t want to choose two thin young trees to hang from, after all, so keep an eye out for healthy, sturdy, strong trees.
SETTING UP HAMMOCKS ON PORCHES If you plan to set up your hammock on your porch, use an overhead beam for weight support.
Wrap two ropes, cords, or straps around the post or beam. Then, using a knot, a carabiner, or other hardware, attach each suspension to an eye of the hammock.
FINAL TIPS AND TRICKS When hanging hammocks without spreader bars, make sure your hammock has a loose curve. Hanging loose will allow you to lie in your hammock at an angle and get flat for a comfortable, back-friendly sleep.
The distance between the two ends of your hammock is important to consider when you set up your hammock. You should aim to have a loose curve, also known as a sag. Often, a hammock sags too low, or is too stiff and tight.