Free Standing Hammocks.
Our luxurious, free-standing hammocks are a visual masterpiece that will be the pride and joy of your home’s outdoor entertaining area. With no more need for trees, you’re free to move your portable hammock from the patio to the pool or down into to the garden.
Built from top-to-toe using only the best quality marine components, powder-coated aluminum, kwila hardwood and high-performance Sunbrella® fabrics, our hammock and stand sets are built to endure, whilst continuing to look great, year after year.
Enduring Sunbrella® Marine Fabrics
Best-in-market fabrics that are resilient to salt, treated for mildew, scotch-guarded, machine washable and come with a 10-Year Fade Warranty.
Durable Kwila Hardwood
It’s hard to beat the natural beauty and durability of Kwila hardwood. Decay resistant, low maintenance and enduring in the toughest outdoor environments, Kwila is regarded by many as the number one choice for outdoor furniture.
Impeccable Construction & Craftsmanship
Our hammocks are beautifully handmade by a skilled team of craftsman in New Zealand. Impeccable attention to detail and careful construction ensures aesthetic perfection and a hammock that will endure everything that nature and active outdoor lifestyles can throw at
“My Lujo free standing hammock is fabulous. A sensuous work of art in appearance and unbelievably comfortable. Stretched out under the tree canopies, birds singing, sun shining through the leaves, it’s pure bliss!” — Norma McIntyre.
“Just a note to let you know that we have been out on the hammock under the stars! Just lovely thanks. The hammock is entirely brilliant; well-made and blissfully comfortable. Sole drawback: we don’t get nearly enough time to enjoy it! Thanks again.” — Dr & Mrs DJW Lumley.
“We just LOVE our Lujo hammock with wood stand! The best outdoor furniture we have ever owned!” — The Jones Family.
“Our free-standing hammock looks stunning in the pool enclosure and never fails to get noticed. It catches the early morning sun, but by mid-afternoon gets the shade of the surrounding gum trees and is a great place to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon.” — Nick Hofstetter.