Give your garden that fly-on-the-wall feel – and maybe even attract some new housemates – with the Big Brother Birdhouse. Also pretty handy for deterring short-sighted burglars, this ingenious birdhouse is shaped like a CCTV camera.
A birdhouse based on Mussolini’s Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana in King’s Wood, Kent, England.
These colorful creations are one of the gadgets made from unused gallon paint cans that include the handle and the lid. “Lid is removable for cleaning of paint can interior.” The opening to this birdhouse has been taken care of with edging.
Totem style birdhouse, in Victoria, BC, Canada.
If you need a fun gift for a bird-lover or you are after a weekend DIY project, then a triler bird house is the answer!
The bird box has been designed with change-able entrance holes in four different sizes to match different sized birds. This stylish home has also been fitted with an internal ladder so chicks that are ready to leave the nest can safely make their way from the bottom of the nest and out into the open.
Ceramic Cupcake Birdhouse is for the sweet tooth in us all!–confection perfection! Is fun and functional–Topped with mounds of chocolate, vanilla or strawberry fudge icing and old fashioned sprinkles.
These classic designs will keep birds safe year round and add that finishing touch to your backyard with ornate architecture.
This cheerful ceramic birdhouse was designed by Italian talent Alberto Caramello. A great gift for all those kids growing up eager to contribute to sustain bio diversity!
If you live in an apartment, but still dream of being close to nature, the Birdhouse Creative Vlaemsch could become a great discovery for you. You can admire and care for wild birds, even living in the apartment. This theme designed by young French designer Emilie Cazin joined the balcony to the green environment. This house looks like a usual wooden bird, but it has a useful base that resembles a tree branch.
The APA birdhouse, by Portuguese designer Luis Porem, was created to be used in multiple ways, attached to a wall, on a long support pole, hanging from above or on a table top of other surface.
The design of this birdhouse is similar to the log cabin that Abe Lincoln was born and raised in. This type of cabin was constructed of hand hewn logs, a modern departure from the round log construction of the early settlers in America.