Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Decorative Birdhouses Inspired by American Treasures

Decorative birdhouses have many different designs, including historical monuments that bring a piece of American history into gardens. From golf course clubhouses to the memorial garden's of past presidents, birdhouses are being made to replicate some of our most lovely buildings.

Masters Clubhouse in Augusta
Masters Clubhouse in Augusta

The clubhouse birdhouse below is a perfect example. An exact look alike to the Masters clubhouse in Augusta (above), this birdhouse is a top seller. Not only because it is the most famous clubhouse in America, but because it's also a fast seller among families of golfers.

Clubhouse Birdhouse
Clubhouse Birdhouse

Made to withstand the elements, decorative birdhouses are not only lovely in the garden, but also durable so that birds can come back and enjoy the safety of shelter for years to come. Shingled roofs and sturdy plastic siding give these birdhouses all they need to be easily maintained. Knowing that our sweet little chirping friends are safe from storms and other predators also gives us a piece of mind. Designed with small holes for entry and exit, decorative birdhouses give birds safety from nasty rain storms, pets, and other pesky predators.

Listening to the birds sing as they are out tending the garden can be a stress reliever to many. The eye pleasing sight of the decorative birdhouse, with a wrap around porch and a shingled roof, is also enjoyable as guest stop by. Keeping the garden pleasurable with both design and nature, decorative birdhouses are truly the way to go.

Below are some more of the most unique replicas of this countries historical treasures. Bringing these monuments home adds a unique and proud appearance to any garden.

Round House Lighthouse

Round Island Lighthouse BirdhouseRound Island Lighthouse Birdhouse

Starbarn in PennsylvaniaStarbarn in Pennsylvania

Starbarn BirdhouseStarbarn Birdhouse

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