With temperatures continuing to rise, all we want to do is spend our free time lounging on a cute hammock — indoors or outdoors, we're not picky! This desire was further encouraged by all the cute hammock decor ideas we've been seeing on Instagram. Have no clue what we're talking about? Get ready to feel inspired.
1. A Garden Escape
We're in love with @frenchcountrycottage's simple garden setup featuring a white hammock, stool side table, cozy pillows and throws, and plenty of hydrangeas.
2. A Full Seating Area
Why have just one hammock when you can have an entire seating area of hammocks? This is the patio spot of our summertime dreams, courtesy of @monhamac.
3. Bedroom Seating
Instead of having a corner chair in your bedroom, @codec_india makes a case for a corner hammock. And hey, maybe it will even prevent you from piling your clothes there?
4. A Special Corner
5. Natural Textures
We can't get enough of how @cliquishdecor styled this space with refreshing white hues and natural textures to create a spa-like environment. We feel more relaxed already.
6. A Statement Hammock
Underneath an open-roof pergola, @yellowleafhammocks shows a single hammock surrounded by glowing orb lights, lanterns, and string lights. This proves that one hammock and some great lighting can make all the difference in an outdoor space (especially at night).
7. A Matching Hammock
A hammock that matches the nearby blooming flowers? Yes, please! We love this simple-but-sweet idea from @hartaliving.
8. A Bookcase Design
Thanks to design firm @egueyseta, we now want a bookcase wall with a built-in hammock area. Imagine how fun it would be to read up there. To make this idea more doable, you can simply hang a hammock from the ceiling near your bookcase to create a cozy reading nook.
Anna is a Los Angeles-based writer and editor who covers lifestyle and design content for Hunker. She's written for Apartment Therapy, the L.A. Times, Forge, and more. She previously worked as the lifestyle editor at HelloGiggles and deputy editor at So Yummy. Her email: firstname.lastname@example.org