When we talk about relaxation and beach we often think about lounging on a hammock, sipping Piña Colada with our sunglasses on. The hammock has always been associated with vacation, relaxation and being laid-back. Wouldn’t it be nice if you have a hammock all year round ready for the taking anytime in your home? We are all aware of indoor hammocks that are readily available in the market in which all you need to do is to have skills in assembling it together and voila! An instant vacation in your home. However nice and easy these beautiful indoor hammocks are, it is not the one I am featuring today. I am going to talk about a more innovative and practical way of relaxation. Are you getting curious now? You better be! I am talking about hammock floors that are taking over the trend in most modern offices and homes. Seriously, I was dumbfounded when I first heard about it. This clever idea would blow your mind if it hasn’t yet. It uses unused space and turns it into a relaxation haven. You and your kids could enjoy the whimsical touch and edgy look that promotes fun time and laid-back vibe where you could simply take a nap, read and just chill. In most offices with this kind of interior, it creates an inviting environment where employees could hangout, lounge and relax while at work. So let’s get to it by checking these 20 Hammock Floor Ideas I gathered for you. Take the chance to get an inspiration for your own home or office and maybe, just maybe, it will turn your space around and give you that fun yet tranquil vibe. Colombo and Serboli Architecture Having a limited to none space for a lounge, the architects opted to have it light and suspended instead of occupying part of the kitchen space. A giant hammock was added as a net mezzanine reachable through a perforated metal stairs ramp. It serves as a relaxation area for the workers. Austin Maynard Architects This is a study with a wholly vertical space. It has a bookshelf that runs from floor to ceiling. Hanging within this tall space is a rad hammock-like net where the children can read and contemplate with a view of the street and backyard. Now, that is fun while learning!