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April 15, 2013

 

Bird House

Mark Ellis worked at a contemporary furniture company for 20 years before he was laid off. After fruitless job searches, Ellis built a workshop in his basement in Charlotte, NC.

Three years ago, Ellis started designing modern, eco-friendly birdhouses, using a variety of wood scraps that he buys from hardwood floor manufacturers.

Made for the outdoors, his wooden birdhouses are popular with architects, design students and gift-givers of all ages.

More importantly, birds, such as wrens and finches, like them too. Among Ellis’ many designs, the Mid-Century Modern ($130 and pictured above) is a fan favorite.

To purchase, visit etsy.com/people/koolbird.

Ellis and his birdhouses will be in Atlanta for the Dogwood Festival (April 19-21) and the Virginia-Highland Summerfest (June 1-2).

 

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From → art, furniture, gifts, holiday, home

2 Comments
  1. Absolutely beautiful! Love, love!!

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