25 Stylish and Fun Hammocks for Lazy Summer Days

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The dog days of summer have arrived. A scorching heat wave melted the faces off Northeasterners this week, and record temperatures are being set around the world. When it’s this hot, moving an inch is taxing. This is the time of year when it’s OK to kick back and relax, which is why we’ve been eyeing up comfy, fun, and stylish hammocks to lounge in. Nothing makes a lazy summer day better than a leisurely swing (or nap) in a hammock, so click through to check out some great designs.

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We love the organic feel of Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto’s pod-like hammock. It’s built for snoozing, jumping, and playing.

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Erik Nyberg & Gustav Ström designed this floating hammock with a wave-shaped sun shield that protects from harmful rays, but keeps things stylish.

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The fringe on Ieva Laurina’s hammock is bohemian and truly ethereal.

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The Flex Hammock, designed by Adam Cornish, is made of plywood and rubber, supported by steel cables. It operates like a human spinal column, maximized for comfort and stability.

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The Urban Balance Wave Hammock from Outback Chair Company. No ocean required.

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Royal Botania’s E-Z Hammock is ultra modern cool.

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A hammock you can take a bath in? Yes, please. This concept tub by Little Wonder is made of soft polyurethane so it really hugs the body while it cools you down.

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Babies need hammocks too, so here’s a 100% organic design by Hushamok. The soothing motion provided by the modern swing relaxes little ones naturally.

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Patricia Urquiola’s luxurious leather hammock would fit right in with your living room furniture.

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The Koala 45 by Stal Collectief is an oversized hammock that resembles an adult play fort. Highly recommended for home and office loft spaces.

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The best way to hang out.

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OODA Architects designed this home in Portugal that has an amazing indoor hammock built right into the ceiling.

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Victor M Aleman’s heart-shaped hammock for two.

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Kitty deserves this cat coffee table hammock designed by Koichi Futatsumata.

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This modern hammock tub by Splinter Works makes us feel like we’ve been bathing wrong all these years.

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French designer Emanuele Magini made this adorable siesta hammock, which resembles a park bench.

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The perfect hammock for family and friends, with space for three.

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Your own personal floating hammock lounger.

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A great reading hammock.

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A playful apartment hammock.

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British designer Benjamin Hubert created this chair/hammock hybrid for those who don’t have room for a traditional hammock, but want to be cradled in comfort.

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A multipurpose hammock that doubles as a work station — that is, if you’re disciplined enough to work.

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Leif Design Park created a convertible lounge chair that transforms into a hammock when the moment strikes.

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Architecture students at the California Polytechnic State University filled a 416 square-foot gallery space with this massive hammock made from recycled plastic. “We wanted to create a continuous surface that would bring spatial interest and social interaction to the gallery. The woven installation is a solution to providing students and faculty a setting to not only read about our projects, but also to enjoy the space,” the group said.

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There are no words.