Trend We Love: Hammocks as Home Decor

This tropical vacation staple finds a new place indoors

The international symbol for relaxation, usually reserved for vacations, lazy summer afternoons or camping, has found a new place in the home. This versatile and functional seating/swinging/sleeping sling—possibly the year's most unexpected decor phenomenon—first caught our eye hanging as wall decor at Coqui Coqui in Tulum, Mexico, the geographic inception point of the hammock trend. 

We've since spotted them adorning the walls of some of our favorite shops, homes and hotels—used both functionally (indoors!) and as a new type of decorative wall hanging that seems like a natural extension of the  macramé designs that have been permeating the design world as of late. Below, a few of our favorites takes on this trend. 

JM Drygoods via @goforthcreative
JM Drygoods via @goforthcreative
Santa Rosa Hammock by The Citizenry
Santa Rosa Hammock by The Citizenry
Coqui Coqui photographed by Genevieve Garruppo/Lonny
Coqui Coqui photographed by Genevieve Garruppo/Lonny

Want to bring this design idea into your own home? You can shop decor-worthy styles at Anthropologie, The Citizenry and Yellow Leaf

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