Indoor hammock bed – You do not have to live in a city or suburban area to enjoy a hammock. You can hang a hammock almost everywhere. There are advantages of hanging a hammock in a room as opposed to the outdoors, such as almost no insects to bother you when you sleep. You will also not wake up on the clothes if you fall asleep in the evenings. Determine in what part of the room you want to hang the hammock. You can hang a hammock from any wall stud or ceiling beam. You must have 10 to 12 feet distance between support hooks. Once you have picked up the general location, use the stud finder to place the two buds that you will use to hold the hammock. If you do not have a hanker search, tap the wall and listen to the sound. If you hear a hollow sound, there is no Stud or beam in there. You will have to find two beams for ceiling mounting. Each beam will have two hook screws 10 to 12 feet apart.
Measure anywhere from 5 to 6 meters away from the floor on the wall. This is where the hook screws will go, so make sure they are equally spaced from the floor. If you make your support screw holes lower, your indoor hammock bed can hang too low and touch the floor. If the ceiling mounting hammock, make sure the two end hooks are 6 meters apart. The nylon ribbon you want to hang will create a “V” shape with the bottom of the “V” connection to the hammock. The distance from this joint to the floor shall be 6 meters.
Drill a hole in the middle of each stud or beam. Insert the screw into the drilled holes. You may need to use pliers to help you fully screw them in. Hang each end of the hammock on the hook. It must be in line with the earth. If the ceiling mounts the hammock, hang the nylon handle on the hook screws, and then hang the hammock on the rope. Use a secure knob for each end of the nylon rope. The indoor hammock bed must be parallel to the floor as well if ceiling mounting.