The Moon Drop Hanging Chair by Flower House: Just in time for the summer –

With millions of people spending time camping, relaxing on the beach or just chilling in their back yards, one of our favorite items has returned with even lower prices!

The Flower House MoonDrop Hanging Chair suspends from an included rope and is perfect for lounging at the beach, in the woods while camping or even in your back yard or patio!

Having spent quite a bit of time in Hawaii over the years, seeing people pitch tents and use hammocks on the beach was always intriguing, though not incredibly appealing.  However, with this lovely creation – spending endless days on the beach now seems like a perfect idea!

  • 84″dia x 72″h
  • Comes with durable multi-use storage bag
  • Durable, breathable, washable, UV resistant mesh fabric
  • Multiple viewing windows
  • Strong steel ring support windows

While this is our favorite style, there are more available and in a variety of colors.  Some models are available for less than $200 now!

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If this personal chair isn’t sufficient for your summer beach needs – then you should consider the $5000 Oasis Dome!  Just a thought.

See The Oasis Dome



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PJ loves beautiful things! In nearly 15 years, he started several successful high end home goods companies and sold them when the time was right. Coming from a background of e-commerce and product selection for the luxury home goods market, PJ has chosen to use his eye for amazing things and share them with the world. Now PJ exclusively works with Best Of Modern Design to locate some of the most interesting products, designs, and artisans to feature. In his spare time, PJ travels to places to experience local food, drink and customs. He’s been to more than 15 countries and a half a dozen islands.

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