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By now, you may have seen at least a couple of attractive photos of indoor hammocks swarming the internet. It’s completely possible to recreate the scene with your hammock and even with a tree tent. This article will further introduce you to the idea of hanging a hammock indoors, what’s required of your indoor abode to make it work, how to go about the set-up, and finally, some safety tips to keep in mind while pursuing this unique approach of enjoying a hammock. Stay tuned to learn how to hang a hammock indoors!
Ok, we’ll admit right off the bat: not every home is the best fit for hanging a hammock indoors. There are some prerequisites involved, most of which are pretty essential for making this happen. Most hammock enthusiasts venturing to learn how to hang a hammock indoors prefer a set-up that’s high up. To meet this end, a two-story home or home with very high ceilings is much preferred. Pillars are also preferred and make for excellent anchor points similar to trees in the outdoors.
If you’re only trying to set up a 1-person hammock, then, of course, you’ll only be needing a couple of anchor points. But for something larger like a tree tent or a multi-person hammock, you’ll, of course, be needing 3 anchor points.
If your house is without strong pillars, yet you’re still wondering how to hang a hammock indoors: don't fret, there is still a way you can pull it off. Just follow these tips. Remember to double-check all of your work to ensure it's safe. The last thing you want is for your hammock to come undone—or worse—to come undone and to pull your anchor points straight out of the wall.
It should come as no surprise that this hanging-hammocks-and-tree-tents-indoors business can be dangerous if not done efficiently and correctly. Here are some safety tips we suggest you keep in mind before beginning set-up.
There you have it!
Enjoy your indoor “camping” experience!
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