A hammock chair in your house or apartment is truly a fancy thing that will transform your living space. If you have been thinking about getting one, but have doubts about whether it can be done if you are leasing or renting, the answer to this question is YES!
Your hammock chair can go in any room or balcony. You just need to find a stud behind the drywall ceiling, drill a few holes on the ceiling joists and voila.
If your lease states you can place holes in your wall, there should be no problem. You can always confirm with the landlord. If you don’t know about specific guidelines in your lease, you should reach out to your landlord. In this case, it’s better to ask for permission first as opposed to apologizing later, especially when it involves your lease agreement.
Whenever you are ready to move out, just patch up with some painter's putty and a fresh coat of paint and that's it!
If you find out that you are not able to do any structural altercation in your apartment – like drilling holes to add hooks – you aren’t out of luck. Indoor hammock chairs can be used with a floor stand to suspend them.
Ready to make the move? Click HERE to view our Limbo Imports indoor hammock chair hanging kit. Super easy to use!