Summer is a wonderful season, full of sunlight, birds’ songs, sea breeze and green grass but there’s one thing that spoils it a bit, and these are insects. You can use repellent candles and torches to avoid them but if you don’t like citrus smells, you can always go for a mosquito net. Mosquito nets have already become a cool décor element, they can be used both indoors and outdoors and add vintage charm to your space. Use a mosquito net as curtains and hang some on your porch, balcony or around your pergola; if you have an outdoor bathing or dining space, you definitely need to cover it with a mosquito net. A mosquito net is a must for your picnic zone in the garden, it’s especially important for your kids. Get inspired by the ideas below!
Mosquito Nets Outdoors
A mosquito net can be used in many outdoor spaces – terraces, balconies, patios, gardens and so on. It can highlight a bed, a daybed, a sofa, a chair, a dining zone and even a tub, you may create a cozy sleeping space with some rugs, pillows and a net over them. Rocking a mosquito net not only keeps bugs away, it helps to get some privacy (essential for bathtubs), separates spaces and adds a relaxed holiday feel to your outdoor zones. You may go not only for a net but also for curtains if it’s a huge outdoor space – a balcony, a terrace, a porch or some other. Such curtains will also keep the space rather private and will save you from excessive sunshine.
Mosquito Nets Indoors
A mosquito net can be used indoors – as a canopy and curtains for your bed – such an idea will give your bedroom a breezy boho feel, they will remind of summer holidays and tropical locations. Mosquito net curtains will separate your sleeping space and keep it more private; you may add lights to them to make your space brighter. Mosquito nets are also good to highlight a bassinet or a crib and separate it from the rest of the space, and also to accent a sofa or a daybed. As boho chic style is on top, adding mosquito nets is a trendy idea – get inspired!