134 Eclectic Birdhouses
What makes these folk art birdhouses so unique are the recycled garden tools and vintage kitchen utensils on the front. I would love to see a bird perched on top of the old ladle. If you're squeamish about ruining your art, keep it as a great tabletop piece on your porch or inside.
I'm a huge fan of creating outdoor spaces that are a habitat for important insects and animals. All gardeners know they need pollinators and what better way to attract them than a butterfly house? Butterflies by themselves are gorgeous and this house is too. The shape has an almost Asian feel with...
Clever “tin man” can design offers avian accommodations complete with a flap opening and turned perch. Hangs from a round ring atop a finial.
This birdhouse is adorable and functionally constructed. The glaze on the ceramic birdhouse is really beautiful. And, it's been constructed with ventilation holes at the top and a corked opening on the bottom for easy cleaning every year.
I was first attracted to this birdhouse because it doesn't require a tree. Since my last tree died a year ago, this is a big plus. The copper roof and the geometric halo over the top make it really unique.
From the birds to the bees, MacKenzie-Childs’ unusual garden designs add fun and play to any outdoor space. Give your local songbirds a MacKenzie-Childs-style home with a bit of exotic flair in the Pagoda Birdhouse.
Lucky larks, indeed. The perfect garden folly for your feathered friends. Add this fresh design to your MacKenzie-Childs birdhouse collection and hang it from our Birdhouse Hook.
From the blushing petals of its scalloped tin roof down to its freckled base, the Hollyhock Birdhouse will provide more than just a pretty perch for your feathered friends. This hand-painted metal roost is suitable for outdoor use between May and October. And brought inside when the songbirds fly...
Lucky larks, indeed. The perfect garden follies for your feathered friends. Add these fresh designs to your MacKenzie-Childs bird collection and hang them from our Birdhouse Hook.
A make your own bird feeder kit — how cute! A fun way to spend an afternoon to personalize your patio.
I love the simplicity of these birdhouses. I also think they've done a clever job of using recycled boxes and wood to make interesting pieces that would enhance your back yard. It's a great outdoor decor idea.
This is one of the most unique bird feeders I have seen. This hand thrown piece of pottery is constructed to look like an acorn and house eastern bluebirds. What I like about it is that the opening is large enough. So often, birdhouses are made to be little and cute and don't really accommodate...
Houzz Friend, photographer, mad D.I.Y.er and author of the blog Asiz's Child, Ali, says "since I'm deprived of having a lawn or garden of my own (urban loft living will do that to you) I can only imagine how cool it would be to own a shovel, let alone a shovel with a birdhouse attached."
This birdhouse is funky. The use of a bird hanging out on a limb is a playful design. I also love the pattern. It has a sort of retro feel to it and would really stand out perched in a tree.
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