You can also hang hammocks from walls or ceilings. Be sure to use the appropriate hanging hardware to work with studs in drywall, wood surfaces or masonry; or ceiling beams (exposed or not). A hammock chair has unique hanging hardware for suspension from the ceiling. If you have any questions about how to proceed with mounting your hammock or hammock chair onto the interior structure of your dwelling, check with the supplier.
Indoor Scooter chairs generally have a few very important traits in common. Most indoor chairs have a narrow wheel base that sits directly under the occupant’s cockpit chair. This narrow wheel base allows the chair to maneuver and turn easier in tight spaces.
Indoor hammocks and hammock chairs are fun, but be sure they are safe. If attached to walls or the ceiling, check each connection point frequently, to be sure it is secure. Discourage children from jumping on, or running or "rough housing" around these hanging objects. Falling into them could mean a quick trip to the floor! If you keep your rope or fabric hammock product indoors (or on a screened or closed-in porch) it will require very little maintenance. Just be sure that if you do not plan to use it for weeks or months at a time (because, for example, it is in a vacation home), you pack it (dry) in a bag or a box and store it in a dry place.
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