Kodama Zomes

Jan 5, 2016

Category: Living

You can’t beat a relaxing spot that’s set outdoors, and we’re always looking for new ways to enjoy the summer months. So when Kodama Zomes came across our desk, we knew we’d found our new favorite chill spot.

These hanging geodesic domes cross off a number of ways to relax: use it as a bed, use it as a love seat, use it as a private place to read — the possibilities are endless. The design allows you to sway back and forth if you desire, similar to a hammock, but it has more support, like a lounge chair. The cushions come in a wide variety of colors, and there are numerous accessories available, such as hanging accessories, a freestanding stand, or waterproof outdoor covers (meaning you can sit in it while it’s raining around you). [Purchase]

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