These Bee And Insect Hotels Are Designed To Add A Pop Of Color To Backyards And Help Tiny Creatures

This Bee Hotel takes on a hexagonal shape similar to the shape of honeycomb and creates many hiding places for non-aggressive insects like solitary bees, bumblebees and ladybugs. #BeeHotel #Bees #Garden #Design

 

Designer Boleslav Daska of DILNA HAMMER,  creates a variety of little bee, butterfly and insect friendly hotels for gardens.

The Bee Hotel takes on a hexagonal shape similar to the shape of a honeycomb and creates many hiding places for non-aggressive insects like solitary bees and ladybugs.

 

This Bee Hotel takes on a hexagonal shape similar to the shape of honeycomb and creates many hiding places for non-aggressive insects like solitary bees, bumblebees and ladybugs. #BeeHotel #Bees #Garden #Design


The BumbleBee House has been designed specifically for bumblebees as it has a built-in hallway that leads to an interior filled with wool where the bee can create its home.


This BumbleBee House has been designed specifically for bumblebees as it has a built-in hallway that leads to an interior filled with wool where the bee can create its home. #BeeHotel #Design #Garden #Bees


The Butterfly House has two slots that allows butterflies and moths to enter and find respite out of the elements. Inside, there’s a couple of wood pieces placed at the back of the house that allow them to rest.


This Butterfly House has two slots that allows butterflies and moths to enter and find respite out of the elements. Inside, there's a couple of wood pieces placed at the back of the house that allow them to rest. #Butterflies #Garden #Design


The final design is the Beetle Shelter that serves as a refuge for a wide variety of small insects. The shelter is filled with cotton pulp to create a warm interior and it can be used as a starting material for the shelter of its first visitors.


This Beetle Shelter that serves as a refuge for a wide variety of small insects. The shelter is filled with cotton pulp to create a warm interior and it can be used as a starting material for the shelter of its first visitors. #Garden #Insects #Design


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