No, not the bedroom activities
-- just the bedroom.
Here's what I've been thinking. DH and I are thinking of moving, with our 9yo son, into a very small place when we move state next year. Maybe a yurt or a "tinyhouse" until we can afford to get somewhere bigger. I got a good possibility of picking up a 20' yurt in good condition for under $1000 so I'm seriously thinking about it.
Now, as the Japanese can tell you, you get more living space if the sleeping materials are folded up and put away during the day. In a 20' yurt, space is really going to be at a premium for 3 of us.
So what I want to know is, has anyone ever just plain gotten rid of their beds and gone to sleeping in hammocks or on the floor? I know my back would never allow me to sleep on the floor, but sleeping in a hammock is supposed to be very good for the back. Especially if you sleep in it sideways. I've been doing a lot of reading about this, and it seems positive, but I'm much more interested in hearing someone's experienced
opinion about it.
My son loves the idea, and my husband isn't averse to it. So it's yet another thing we've started mulling over.
Has anyone ever done this? Tossed out the bed and started sleeping in a hammock? Are we crazy? Is that too extreme, or is it do-able?