6 ways to decorate with birdhouses

Birdhouses are mini architectural marvels.  There are cases of extreme birdhouses which have been elaborately crafted at great expense.  They can be called works of art.  In this post, however, we are looking at rustic birdhouses that can be used as decorating accessories in your garden.  From clusters of tiny birdhouses to a single unique piece, these birdhouses can become an integral part of your garden decor.  We were inspired by this collection and hope you are too!

A birdhouse colony nestled among a floral cornucopia.
A birdhouse colony nestled among a floral cornucopia.

 

Traditional Swedish farm gables with multiple nesting boxes during spring time.
Traditional Swedish farm gables with multiple nesting boxes during spring time.

 

Peeking through foliage, this rustic birdhouse cluster is a whimsical garden accessory.
Peeking through foliage, this rustic birdhouse cluster is a whimsical garden accessory.

 

Nailed to a tree, these birdhouses are welcome dwellings for winged visitors.
Nailed to a tree, these birdhouses are welcome dwellings for winged visitors.

 

A cluster of tiny birdhouses painted in different colors, becomes the focal point on a wall.
A cluster of tiny birdhouses painted in different colors, becomes the focal point on a wall.

 

A uniquely designed birdhouse, the roof is made further prominent by painting it in a bright color.
A uniquely designed birdhouse, the roof is made further prominent by painting it in a bright color.

 

Birdhouses with tin roofs and carved silhouettes.
Birdhouses with tin roofs and carved silhouettes.

 

Whimsical birdhouses on the wall of a wooden barn.
Whimsical birdhouses on the wall of a wooden barn.

 

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