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The Co-Habitation Planter Gives Spiders a Home

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: • References: yankodesign
At a certain point one must accept that spiders share your home; the Co-Habitation Planter is a solution that should keep both parties comfortable and contently separate.

Designed by Nicolas Roesch, this wooden flower pot incorporates a nook that acts as the perfect crevice for creepy-crawlies, literally asking to accommodate the eight-legged insects. Perhaps this will deter them from making themselves at home under your lampshade? To make the space all the more enticing, LED lights are implanted within the rounded alcove, which will attract arachnids and most importantly, their winged prey.

The inner illumination is powered by solar panels, making the Co-Habitation Planter great for patios as well as indoor placement. The cozy environment gives you the control to put up those pesky insects anywhere you see fit -- perhaps somewhere where they can work for you. Stats for Arachnid-Accommodating Jardinieres Trending: Older & Mild
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