Published at Wednesday, December 20th, 2017 - 07:12:30 AM. . By Bria Conn.
Hardware and More, depending on the hammock style you choose, you're likely to need the right hardware to hang it safely. While it's delightful to think about simply tying the hammock between two trees, it's not necessarily the safest way to hang your new sling sleeper. Instead, stylish hammock stands will hold your hammock safely while looking fabulous with your decorating scheme. Look for hammock stands in metal or wood, either stained or natural. Among the most striking hammock stands are crescent shaped arc stands that suspend your hammock in the curve of a crescent.
During the summer you can find aluminum and plastic chaise in just about any store and they might cost anywhere from USD $25 to $50. A nice stylish wooden lounge might cost you $200 or more but remember that they last for much longer. You can also get chaise lounges in steel or wrought iron and you can even find them in wicker.
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