A hammock is a hanging bed or couch made of canvas, netted cord or the likes attached to supports at each. For those going on camps and making shelters under exclusive natural surroundings amongst trees, having hammocks is a grand idea, which incidentally saves them from most animals though reptiles and other climbers are always a menace, as elsewhere.
Tentsile, a tent firm introduced three types of suspended tents as a novel venture which include Trillium, a compact three-person hammock; Vista, the big, two-layer tree tent; and Trilogy, a big family tent with canopy. Alex Shirley- Smith and Kirk Kirchev-both designed these swing-like non-swinging tents. Being environment-conscious, the company plants three trees for every tent sold. via tentsile.com (h/t: mymodernmet, colossal) | via boredpanda