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Object of Desire: An Artful Way to Keep Mosquitos at Bay

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Object of Desire: An Artful Way to Keep Mosquitos at Bay

May 1, 2023

On my wish list for the months ahead: the Bibelot Holder from Aussie designer Sibella Court—a shockingly good-looking solution for summer’s most irritating pest.

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Above: The Bibelot Holder is “the ultimate mosquito coil accessory,” according to The Society Inc., Sibella’s shop, “because there’s no reason why you can’t beautify a simple and mundane vessel like a coil burner.”  Add a mosquito coil and burn slowly to keep mosquitos away. It’s $68 AUD ($45.13 USD) from The Society Inc., “stamped with The Society Inc. hallmark in humble blackened steel.”
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Above: Hang from a nail for instant intrigue. (A note: “Be sure to use the natural, sandalwood based mozzie coils that don’t contain any nasties.” The Society Inc. sells them here.)

For more artful solutions for summer pests, see 5 Favorites: Design-Worthy Tools for Keeping Pests at Bay.

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