Finally moved a hammock up into the bedroom. I've been hanging full time in the workshop for quite some time, but never liked being completely separated from Mrs Smurf and the rest of the family.
Our 100 year old farm house is built using 3.5" x 5.5" oak studs so finding a suitable anchor point was not a problem at all. I purchased these cargo tie down anchors and 3.5" long lag bolts from my local Tractor Supply.
Our bedroom is only 104" wide, wall to wall, but since I normally sleep in a 10ft x 60" hammock anyway, this was not a problem at all since my hammock measured 102" gather to gather. I jumped on the hammock hang calculator over at The Ultimate Hang to determine the height for installing the anchors (48" in this case). I mounted the foot end 4.5" higher than the head end. I may hang another anchor on the next stud that would allow me to hang a longer hammock at an angle, but we'll see.
The hammock is a 10ft x 60" single layer of the 2.3oz Poly/Nylon Blend in Woodland Camo and works perfectly for my 265lbs.
No ridgeline or ridgeline organizer, but I'm considering hanging something up just to hold my phone/alarm clock.
Even indoors, I need an underquilt and this one is equipped with my 40*F Zeppelin from unergroundquilts.com
Anyway, here's a photo.