Thoughtful Relaxation: 5 Sustainable Hammocks

Thoughtful Relaxation: 5 Sustainable Hammocks

Michelle Chin
Apr 28, 2011

Spending the weekdays in cubicle land while the weather begins to warm up leads me to daydream about lazy summer days. What says summer more than fresh lemonade, a bit of light reading and a wonderfully comfy hammock?

5 Sustainable Hammocks:

1. Adam Cornish's Wooden Hammock: Winner of the Herman Miller Design Competition, this super glam hammock is made from a single piece of plantation grown plywood. I want to know when this baby goes on sale!

2. Eco Friendly Cotton Hammock: Made of cotton trim pieces from a t-shirt factory, these hammocks are made in El Savador. For a mere $48, they're a steal!

3. Ultimate Hammock: Made of 80% post-consumer plastic bottles, this hammock from Gaiam is built to last. Currently on sale for $139.99.

4. Recycled Seatbelt Hammock: Ting London makes these hammocks (and other products) from recycled seatbelts. A bit on the pricey side at $744, it's definitely not lacking in style.

5. Mayan Hemp Hammock: This extra large hammock has room for up to three people and can hold up to 600 pounds! At $116, that's only about 20 cents per pound!

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