Summer is a wonderful time of year full of sunlight, birdsong, sea breezes and green grass, but one thing spoils it a little and that’s insects. You can use repellent candles and torches to avoid them. However, if you don’t like citrus smells, you can always opt for a mosquito net. Mosquito nets have already become a cool decorative element. They can be used both indoors and outdoors and will add vintage charm to your space. Use a mosquito net as a curtain and hang something on your porch, balcony or around your pergola. If you have an outdoor bathing or dining area, be sure to cover it with a mosquito net. A mosquito net is a must for your picnic area in the garden, it is especially important for your children. Be inspired by the following ideas!
Mosquito nets outdoors
A mosquito net can be used in many outdoor areas – patios, balconies, patios, gardens, etc. It can highlight a bed, day bed, sofa, chair, dining area and even a bathtub. You can create a cozy sleeping space with some rugs, pillows and a netting over it. Swinging a mosquito net not only keeps bugs out, but also provides privacy (important for bathtubs), separates rooms and gives your outdoor areas a relaxed holiday feel. You can buy not only a net, but also curtains if it is a huge outdoor area – a balcony, terrace, porch or any other. Such curtains also keep the room more private and keep you away from excessive sunshine.
Mosquito nets inside
A mosquito net can be used indoors – as a canopy and curtain for your bed – such an idea will give your bedroom an airy boho feel reminiscent of summer vacations and tropical locations. Mosquito net curtains separate your bedroom and keep it more private. You can add lights to them to make your room brighter. Mosquito nets are also great for highlighting and separating a bassinet or cot from the rest of the room, as well as highlighting a sofa or day bed. With the boho-chic style at the forefront, adding mosquito nets is a trendy idea – get inspired!