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Tweet this: You’ve found the ideal bird feeder. How so? Stainless steel makes cleanup easy. The open design gives you (and the birds) easy access. It comes with its own stake and suspension hanger with a soft lip that fits the feet of your little feathered friends.
Nido Bird Feeder, House
Listen to the mockingbird. It will tell you that you need to provide a sturdy perch and a lot of seed. This hanging feeder provides all that and more. It's finished in copper and brass with a glass cylinder to hold the savory seeds. All good things in time will come and go.
Coach House Bird Feeder
$79 · Only 8 Left
Your songbirds will be singing, "our house is a very, very, very fine house" with this feeder in the yard. It's made of copper with shiny brass accents and features mullioned glass windows so you can keep track of the seed levels. There's even a wide porch with railing so your birds will feel right...
Wacky Copper Bird Feeder
$115.01 · Only 9 Left
It's like a Hibachi grill table for the well-feathered set. From the coppery pagoda-shaped roof and bamboo-like supports to the wide perch and solid brass accents, this feeder is a cut above the rest. Fill the glass canister with savory seed, sit back in your house and watch the show.
Bamboo Bird Feeder
$115 · Only 4 Left
Add a song to your heart — and songbirds to your backyard — with this elegant feeder. It's made of glass and steel with copper and brass accents with a wide perch sure to make all the birdies flock to hang at your house.
I have often woken up to hear a woodpecker pecking at the top of my roof, believe it or not. I'm wondering if this woodpecker feeder just looks cool or if it might attract those little guys, keeping them away from my house. This feeder is made of reclaimed cedar so you can feel good about the...
This is my favorite growth chart find of all. You personalize it by adding the child's name and the heights of family members. Takes the fun out of doing the 'back-to-back-gee-whiz-Grandpa-I-think-I'm-taller-than-you' game at family get togethers, but is a fabulous keepsake. Not to mention it's...
I like how this little bird feeder feels like a gabled church steeple. It has a traditional look to it but with a fresh take.
Beautiful in its simplicity, this white porcelain and stainless steel birdbath looks as good as it is attractive to birds.
I get so tired of the pot-and-pan avalanche that happens every time I open my cabinets. This cookware organizer is a great way to ensure that nothing is precariously perched on top of anything else.
Two-Tier Cookware Organizer
This pergola has the natural, classic look of turn of the century lodges in the mountains of New England with it's split timber and curved beams. It's a beautiful, substantial way to add an additional outdoor room to the back yard. I love the stacked stone and the craftsman style lighting...
Rinsing off outdoors is the perfect way to end any summer day. If I could shower outside every single day of the year I would, unfortunately the New Jersey climate I reside in doesn't allow me that luxury. But when I get the opportunity to, I'm in heaven.
Now this is a new one. Grass numbers are definitely a new way to make a statement. The green stands out perfectly on the orange background. No one will miss this from the street.
This firepit is so cool because it can be used indoor and outdoor. It's simple and burns without soot. It feels natural and modern at the same time.
This sconce kills two birds with one stone. I've never seen a more clever way to light up the front stoop and display house numbers.Details Overall: 10.5" wide x 8" deep x 13.5" high Shade: 7.5" diameter, 5.5" high House Numbers: 1.75" wide x 0.5" deep x 2.5" high Back Plate: 8" diameter, 1.5"
These house numbers are so simple, rustic and classic that they'll fit on just about any style home.
These house numbers are practical and attractive. They come in multiple colors so will stand out in relief no matter what the color of your siding. Also, they have solar lights and light up at night so you can be sure everyone will make it to the party.
This colorful, Jetsons-style, modern birdhouse would be the perfect addition to my mini porch makeover. The bright color will definitively attract all the little birdies in my backyard.
True story: a hummingbird once mistook my eye for a flower and hovered inches away from me. This feeder looks much more appetizing than my eye, but I'd still hang it a safe distance away from my lounge chair!
My family and I enjoy watching the birds visit our garden. I know the birds would love it if we gave them this clay bird bath so that they could drink and play while safely surrounded by my plants and flowers.
This ceramic tabletop bird feeder is just so beautiful. I would even use it as a decorative accessory in my home on my mantel or a console table!
We love flooring which veers away from the standard strip oak we see in so many American homes and look for material which actually says something. This antique French oak speaks of the generations which have already used it and will create a great base and sense of time in any home.
With birds chirping and branches blooming on your wall, you may find yourself suddenly humming “Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah” around the house. Place this cheery decal anywhere that could use a touch of whimsy. Complete with scrolling branches, pretty blossoms and two cute birdies, you’re sure to get that...
Two Birds of a Feather Decal
$53 · Only 1 Left
I love these clean, stainless steel numbers and letters. I think my old wrought iron ones are in for a makeover. I love the shape and style.
OK, I might be a little biased because it's one of my favorite periods in art, but how can you not love the curves of these art nouveau house numbers?
My son loves to watch birds bathe in our driveway's puddles, but this gorgeous bird bath is much more interesting. Who wouldn't want to splash around in something so pretty?
This slate address plaque is small enough to center on your front door or to spruce up your mailbox. I like its earthy feel.
These are my favorite birdhouses by far. I love the sleek glass and the idea that I can protect the seed and see the birds' every move. The orbs and their openings seem almost nautical to me in shape. Regardless, I love them.
Utopia Bird Feeders
I love this lamp, and this appears to be the most affordable option out there. It fits in anywhere, I think. But, with its capiz shell material it is perfect for bringing some sea life inside.
Lotus Flower Chandelier
This clever feeder is specifically designed to allow small birds (such as tits, sparrows, nuthatchers, finches and woodpeckers) to feed and deter larger birds and squirrels (always a problem in my garden) with its gravity-fed feeding slot.
Birdball Peanut Feeder
I love this! Granted, it's not on the cheap side, but its lovely sculptural form can find a place in my garden any day.
Foras Jay Birdbath/Feeder
As much as I would love to put a bird bath in my yard, I know would get knocked over. But this hanging bird bath can be hung from a tree branch or hook.
This birdbath is beautiful. The copper bowl almost looks like it's balanced on top of a growing trellis. I'm always a fan of the copper and the beautiful patina that comes over time. This would look terrific in my back yard.
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