Modern interiors: Indoor hammocks from Pouch

Brooklyn-based furniture design collective Pouch has launched a collection of indoor hammocks and hanging chairs.

Pouch hammocks and hanging chairs fit into small spaces, with designer wall-mounted hardware or freestanding options, blending with existing design schemes. Each piece can be easily assembled and can be permanently installed or act as a temporary piece in a room. Customization options are available.

All hammocks are handwoven in El Salvador in double-ply cotton with an interlocking net stitch, accented by hand crocheted detailing. Each style is available in five naturally dyed hues—rose, sage, creme, slate, and gold—as well as six types of wooden rods—ash, ash with brass dashes, ash with walnut inlay, walnut, walnut with brass hole inlay, and round ash with brass cuffs.

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