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Cocoon Tree Tent: Gorgeous Hammock Tent Encased in Cozy Luxury

The Cocoon Tree Tent is indeed one of its kind and while at first glance it simply looks like a beautiful, giant inflated sphere, there is plenty more to it than meets the eye. While most of us might have waned away some of the most beautiful moments of our life atop a tree house with glee, there always comes a time when you need get back to the boring life on the ground.

Whether it is a fleeting holiday in some far off destination, or even a lovely evening in a tree house retreat nearby, the one thing you cannot do is carry the gorgeous location back home. The Cocoon Tree Tent puts an end to that problem for sure.

While it might not look like your typical tree house, it does fit in seamlessly no matter where you take it and appears elegant and easy on the eye. A series of well placed hooks and cables ensures that the Cocoon is up in no time at all and if you are camping in the woods or just hanging out on the beach, it ensures that you have an unmatched view as you float in mid-air wrapped in its cozy confinements. Apart from its stunning form and portability, the interiors also promise more than the usual does of luxury with a 2.4 meter circular bed that is custom crafted with unique fabric.

Perfect for a romantic evening hidden away from the view of the world, Cocoon can easily accommodate a couple and as you settle in to enjoy the magnificent sunsets and star-studded nights safely enclosed in it, the gentle breeze should sway you to an unforgettable holiday. While no details on the price and availability are out yet, it should not be too long before you can have your own spherical and portable tree house. [spotted on thecoolist]

Sherry Nothingam

Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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