Feather your nest with our birdhouses
May 15, 2020
You want a birdhouse that is as beautiful as the birds who will visit it. MacKenzie-Childs offers a collection of charming birdhouses and bird feeders.
The birdhouses are just another part of our charming outdoor collection that will fill your garden and yard with vibrant color and delightful exuberance. Each birdhouse is as unique as its residents and each one reflects MacKenzie-Childs’ distinctive style. Complementing our birdhouses are our new bird feeders, also decorated with our signature patterns. See our bird feeders and birdhouses for sale at MacKenzie-Childs.
You don’t have to be a bird to love these birdhouses. The fact that our birdhouses also make charming additions to their human hosts’ yards is just a bonus that makes MacKenzie-Childs birdhouses extraordinary. Vibrant colors and contrasting patterns really pop when hung amidst the trees, and the intriguing shapes invite not only the birds but admiring glances as well. Collect them all to create a stunning neighborhood of houses and attract more birds to your garden.
You know what they say about houses: “location, location, location!” Birdhouses are no different. The best place to locate your new birdhouse is where it can stay cool and dry in the summer heat and safe from predators. Of course, it is also nice to make sure you have a clear view of the birdhouse so you can admire your new feathered friends. Learn more about the ideal location for your birdhouses here.
For the ideal way to hang your birdhouse in the perfect location, see our graceful Birdhouse Hook. Crafted in wrought iron and crowned with a tiny sparrow to welcome her winged visitors, our birdhouse hook can be hung on a tree branch, shepherd’s crook, or post.
Shop our entire outdoor collection to create your own charming location from which to admire your new feathered friends. Imagine sipping iced tea from a hand-painted tumbler while you recline in a delightful loveseat or chair. While you relax, you catch a glimpse of twittering birds flitting to and from their new homes. Charming, isn’t it?