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POLL: Vote for your favorite birdhouse!

Emily H
3 years ago

Houzz Pro, PBC Design Build, who was recently featured on Houzz TV Live, challenged their team members to upcycle leftover materials from job sites to build homes for local birds in Wilmington, NC.

Vote for your favorite and then tell us about it in the comments!

Angela's Birdhouse
Casey's Birdhouse
Dan's Birdhouse
Dave's Birdhouse
Kate's Birdhouse
Kelsey's Birdhouse
Kyle's Birdhouse
Sonya's Birdhouse
Steve's Birdhouse
Tim's Birdhouse
Will's Birdhouse

Comments (24)

  • mindshift
    3 years ago

    I favor the birdhouses that are simple. Kyle's creation also provides whimsy.

  • PRO
    PBC Design + Build
    3 years ago

    We hope you guys enjoy our birdhouses! All were constructed during the quarantine downtime and using only found materials from our job sites. PBC has a nice project in the works on a heavily wooded property and since tree preservation is very important to our firm, all of these amazing pieces of art will have a permanent home, as well as some lucky birds!

  • Charlene Abernathy
    3 years ago

    Love the 2 stories and little tin roof! So cute, Kate!! 👍🏻🕊

  • Julie Noble
    3 years ago

    These are so creative! Lucky birds!

  • Gabriela Hebert
    3 years ago

    Hard to pick one! What a fun idea.

  • carolkelley
    3 years ago

    I voted for Tim's "Minnie Pearl" house because he was the only one who mentioned the ability to clean the old nest out.

  • Raquel Lilly
    3 years ago

    These are so cute. I actually love them all. Also it would be great to have a follow-up to find out if they get residents.

  • G Ryan
    3 years ago

    I like the all natural wood look. I voted for Kyle’s.

  • chantia
    3 years ago


  • suzannelawson93
    3 years ago

    I voted for Kyles because the birds are already familiar with the materials used.

  • cawaps
    3 years ago

    Dan's got my vote; I think it was the landscaping that won me over.

  • bibishboy
    3 years ago

    Dan's got my vote too because it integrates with the natural landscape

  • Nancy S.
    2 years ago

    My vote is for Kate's.
    Many others, the hole size looked too big or small. Kate's was just right.
    I hope all have been designed for seasonal maintenance in mind ( back door or rooftop clean outs).

  • momof5x
    2 years ago

    Dans birdhouse as it blends in with the surrounding environment.

  • Susan Jordan
    2 years ago

    I voted for Kelsey’s because I like how she “staged” it. It’s a starter home all ready for a new couple to grow their family. :0P

  • alacuda Hut
    2 years ago

    I love how the bird house mimics the apartment house behind it!

  • prettyponies
    2 years ago

    I liked Kyle's as going to be put in heavily wooded property it will fit right in and I like the rustic look. But they are all great and all deserve applause! Recycle and helping the animals is definitely a win win for everyone!

  • Blue Wren
    2 years ago

    @Architectrunnerguy Your bird houses are amazing! As for the state the tenants leave the place in? That's common for musicians, but they provide such glorious music it's easily forgiven. :))

  • Blue Wren
    2 years ago

    I voted for Sonya because hers was the only truly contemporary take on the design brief and because it has a retro caravan vibe. Nice work.

  • rancherogrl
    2 years ago

    If someone made a mid century modern birdhouse I would vote for it!

  • Elsa Cruz
    2 years ago

    I like Kile’s birdhouse shape and natural color.

  • anniewrigh
    2 years ago

    When we investigated making birdhouses we learned a couple things - the hole needs to be just large enough for the local small song birds, too large and they don't think it is safe. Also, no peg on the outside to sit on - makes it easy for tree climbing mammals (or snakes) to grab the eggs, or eat the babies, Yikes! So I thought Will's looked like a song bird would think it the perfect home.

  • thomsuz80
    2 years ago

    love kyle's house, only concern is the metal perch...not bird-safe in wet freezing weather, their feet actually get stuck