Cacoon, from hang-in-out, is an easy-to-hang, suspended tent-like structure that you can strap onto a tree in your yard or out in the wilderness. It’s available in a one-person version and a two-person version, you know, depending on what kind of “rest” you’re looking for.
If you’re looking to leave your troubles behind, chances are you can relax on this wave of awesome. Hover above the ground on WAVE by Erik Nyberg, Gustav Ström, and Kris Van Puyvelde for Royal Botania.
The Puzzle set, from Ego Paris, is available with nine pieces or you can buy them individually. When fitted together, they form a large, stacked “puzzle” but when taken apart, you have some pretty sweet loungers to relax in.
So, yes, this does resemble a colorful potato chip, and apparently it’s meant to because it’s dubbed “the potato chip chair”, but the Shallow Swing is a relaxing, fabric-covered wooden frame that invites you to lay down and relax. Gisbert Baarmann is the genius behind this design.
Emanuele Magini designed Sosia, a convertible piece that goes from two arm chairs to a sofa to a cozy bed with a soft surround. Designed for Campeggi, Sosia is made of polyurethane foam and padding with a colorful Lycra cover.
Of course we can’t talk about luxury outdoor lounging without revisiting the FAZ Daybed by Ramon Esteve for Vondom. It offers a sun protection shade and an outdoor sound system to up your relaxation game.
Want more relaxation? Check out 12 Seats for Maximum Relaxation.