Style Is for the Birds


Spring is here and I love the little birdies chirping away in my yard. They know when they have the munchies the Bradley garden gives it away for free, just for being tiny and cute with little beaks and wings. Feeding birds is a nice way to make new feathered friends and help your blossoms thrive. See if these designs could take flight in your own garden.

The Eva Solo Bird Feeder Ball (top) is a cool, modern Live Saver design made of blown glass, $60 from Feel More Human.


Ceramic Orb Modern Bird Feeder: Bluebirds will smile at you when you hang this stylish feeder from Olive Barn, $19. Off season, use it to hang votive candles.


Blomus Bird Feeder House: The stainless steel with stake and suspension hanger design adds modern sheen and texture to your garden. $85 at Pure Modern.


The pretty red Cardinal Bird Feeder from All Modern is carved by husband and wife team Barret and Katherine Roebuck from Baltic birch plywood and non toxic finishes. $100 including a one pound bag of black oil sunflower seeds and feeding tips.

Luanne Bradley

Luanne Sanders Bradley is the West coast Editor at EcoSalon and currently resides in San Francisco, California.