Why we all need Hammock Chairs in our homes?
Updated: Nov 18
Hammock chairs. They give you the same comfortable feel as a full-size hammock but in a more upright, seated design. While both have their advantages, there are certain times a hammock chair is the better way to change the world:
1. You have no space for a full hammock
No space; no problem. Chairs are ideal for front porches, small patios, indoor dens, bedrooms, crowded decks, and hanging from that small shade tree in the yard. Think of the possibilities. Awesome.
2. You’re a parent of young kids
Have you ever noticed how the sheriff in a Westerns sits with his back to the corner, so he can see everything going on around him? He’s not kicking back, feet up, hat over his eyes. Well, you’re the sheriff, and you’ve got potential ruffians to keep an eye on.
3. You have a child with special needs
Here's encouraging news that can change the world for someone you love! Both full-size hammocks and chairs are being used effectively as a tool in treating many children with special needs, including autism in which brain imbalances affect both brain and body. A leading expert says, "A great portion of occupational therapy for autism focuses on sensory integration and one of the greatest tools is the swing.
4. Cost is a factor
While most are well made, their cost is cheap compared to hammocks. If you’re on a budget, then spend a little less to give yourself or a friend the ability to relax.
5. They’re a versatile gift
Here’s a winning combination: Most people don’t have a hammock chair, but they’d love a gift designed to help them relax. Find a desire, fulfill it, and be truly appreciated! That makes easy shopping for birthdays, Holidays, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, graduations, and housewarmings!
6. Easy installation
No contractors are needed. You can do this! A tree limb, porch joist, or chair stand is all you need for outdoor installation; for indoor installation, a ceiling joist or stand will do the job.
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