Hang out at home in style

A hang­ing chair will help you to recre­ate that re­laxed is­land hol­i­day feel­ing in­side your home

The Courier-Mail - Home - - STRONG GROWTH - - Reshni Ratnam

It’s sim­ple re­ally.

One hang­ing chair in a house is never enough.

Well, that’s ac­cord­ing to By­ron Bay Hang­ing Chairs founder Leanne Dun­nings who be­lieves now the hol­i­day sea­son is com­ing to an end, many are look­ing to cre­ate a sim­i­lar vibe at home.

Ms Dun­nings said cre­at­ing a hol­i­day feel within your home was achiev­able.

“Hang­ing chairs are a great ac­cent chair, so why not bring them into your home,” she said.

“They look great in a cor­ner of a bed­room, sun­room, the liv­ing room or, of course, on your deck.”

She said hang­ing chairs were typ­i­cally used in out­door spa­ces and looked great on any Queens­land ve­randa.

“They of­fer a nos­tal­gic, re­laxed vibe that go hand-in-hand with the beau­ti­ful Queens­lan­der-style homes,” she said.

“We’ve seen them in all styles of homes.

“They re­ally are ver­sa­tile in their look. “For ex­am­ple mod­ern homes may fea­ture black hang­ing chairs, beach houses of­ten have white, and the nat­u­ral cane re­ally does look great in any home that wants to of­fer a re­laxed vibe.

“They make you feel like you are on hol­i­day.”

Ms Dun­nings said with busy life­styles it was im­por­tant to slow down, kick off your shoes and feel like a kid again by sit­ting in a hang­ing chair.

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