We all have dream of the coast when we were kids. Gradually our dreams mature and we feel down to the ground, we are particularly attracted by more sophisticated dreams. Even if we don’t admit it, we are somehow romantics and look for the romantic atmosphere everywhere around us.
Hammocks are a long-lasting invention of the mankind as it’s pleasurable not only for children, but also for adults. But these days, we as if look for more refined ways to pamper ourselves and not to wait for the relaxing holiday in order to feel good, confident and happy.
One of our ‘weapons’ are hanging chairs that can be installed not only in the children’s room, but also at the terrace or in the garden, but even in the living room or the bedroom. The lightweight structure and the element of the game allow us to make a different at home and get new unusual experience.
Most lounge chairs in the modern interior originate from two design models:
– suspended or hanging chairs Egg, invented in 1957. They are invented by the Queen of Danish design Nanna Ditzel;
– minimalist chair-ball Bubble (bubble) Chair, created by the legendary Finn Eero Aarnio in 1968.
The second model remains virtually unchanged. As it comes to the first one (especially its eco-style), there is quite an innovative idea promoted actively: full-time designers manufacturers come up with many impressive modifications.
In our photo gallery you will see:how hanging chairs ideally fit into the interiors, furnishings and garden terrace landscape, what kind of materials we use today to manufacture them, what kind of frames we use to hang them. Tell us whether you would like to submerge yourself in the serenity and find the harmony in a such a hanging chair.