Stan Bitters Ceramic Birdhouses

If you live in a house and have a bit of a garden, you must love wildlife, too. That is because there are so many wild creatures out there that come near your close like small birds or squirrels or some other little beings that are now used to people and come close to us and our homes. Some birds even depend on people to get food and water and also some shelter when the cold season comes. That is why many people purchase or make bird houses and place them in their gardens as a peace offering for the wild birds and also for giving them a helping hand. These Stan Bitters Ceramic Birdhouses are great and they are both functional and decorative, so you can consider them real works of art.

These bird houses are made of ceramics and the designer and artist Stan Bitters tried and succeeded to give them a personal feature. This is the special design that tries to stay as close to natural as possible, so it is similar to the bird houses wild birds build some place in Africa. Then there is the beautiful volcanic aspect given to the bird houses that makes this ceramics look incredible. There is a little hole on the side of the ceramic sphere that is actually the “door” and also the birdie house gets to be suspended with a cord. It is interesting and funny and available in many colours. You can purchase one for about $250 and you will have a totally unique product that is hand made and hand glazed.



Published by in Outdoor, on August 13th, 2012

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