Summer's almost here (and the mosquitoes are already circling), which prompted us to round up our favorite insect-repelling sleeping spaces.
N.B. We like the 100-percent cotton mosquito nets on offer at Mosquito Nets.
Above: Paola Navone's home in Serifos, Greece; via Dwell.
Above: A bedroom in one of Piet Boon's Caribbean vacation villas on Bonaire.
Above: A mosquito-net draped bed at the San Giorgio Hotel in Mykonos (see the rest of the hotel at Bohemian Paradise Found; also don't miss our Steal This Look columns on the San Giorgio's Bathroom and Outdoor Bamboo Canopy).
Above: A mosquito netted bed in Sweden via Artilleriet.
Above: A room from the White Interiors portfolio of Jerome Galland, via Interior Design.
Above: Another glamorous net draped bed at the San Giorgio Hotel in Mykonos.
Above: An open-to-the-elements bedroom in Casa Lola, Jan Eleni's home in Brazil.
Above: Patricia Larsen's summertime bed in Mexico, with the most beautiful mosquito net we've come across; see Larsen's house at An Artist at Home in Mexico.
Above: A bedroom at the former Lanthotel Mallorca in Spain.
Above: A frothy mosquito net at the Tanzania Singita Lodge.
Above: Corey's Converted Barn on AT.
N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on August 29, 2012.