Thursday, 17 April 2008

Wonderland


Interior of Flutter in Portland, Oregon.
Described as a delightful disarray of found objects and clutter. Clearly, more treasure than clutter.

These birdcages are just wonderful. Inside or out, what finch or lovebird wouldn't look fabulous housed in these?

Beehive Birdcage


Sage Green Rustic Birdcage


Pagoda birdcage with folding stand


Deco oval mirror with a sanded and weathered finish.
Very reminiscent of 19th Century zinc mansard windows that are often converted into mirrors. Very smart.

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5 comments:

Cote de Texas said...

I adore that first birdcage. There's one for sale in Houston right now, pretty much like it. I don't have a place for it though!
Jw

the House of Beauty and Culture said...

CdT - You should get it. You can always find a place for it later.

Pigtown-Design said...

I want that mirror/window thing. of course, i have 750 sf, so it won't even fit into the front door.

xo

the House of Beauty and Culture said...

fairfax - isn't it great! It isn't that big - only 41 high. Click on the link (where it says oval) for the specs.

maison21 said...

love the cages- though i could do with an actual bird inside them- noisy and messy (unless it was stuffed, maybe...)