Fashioned using old-school metal working techniques, this hand crafted solid metallic feeder comes shined up like a new penny, then slowly develops a beautiful aged patina attracting birds for years to come. Hanging hardware included.
Pavilion Copper Birdfeeder, $168 at shopterrain.com
We love this crystal clear feeder’s elegant simplicity. Tethered to a dangling rustic rope, the recycled textured glass orb will keep avian visitors sated all year long.
Teardrop Glass Birdfeeder, $68 at anthropologie.com
Stand and Deliver
Be neighborly—invite the local birds to sidle up to this sculptural bird table designed by Eva Solo. The top half of the space age-y, c-shaped design provides shade and protection; the bottom half dishes out dinner. An equally chic hanging version is also available.
Standing Bird Table, $125 at yliving.com
Marcel Wanders created this modern stunner for the Amsterdam-based design studio, Droog. The house’s sloped orange roof protects birds from the elements, while the open-air porcelain plate serves up seed for dining al fresco.
Droog Birdhouse, $109.25 at yliving.com
Dine and Dash
Birds need to kick back after a hard day of flying, mating, and pooping on cars. Torre & Tagus' stylish, refillable feeder provides the perfect spot to perch and peck. Handcrafted from painted metal, it comes in three eye-catching colors: red, black and apple green.
Cape Bird Feeder, $32.50 at puremodern.com
What's black, brown and (mostly) white all over? This incredibly mod find from CB2. A generous dipping of chocolate reactive glaze gives the eggshell earthenware feeder a dash of drama. A pair of oval openings lets visitors come and go with ease.
Fly By Bird Feeder, $19.95 at cb2.com
Prettify your patio with Smith & Hawken's sleek, polished feeder. The lacquered exterior endows typically rustic wood an unexpectedly refined look. Hanging cord included.
Smith & Hawken® Wood Bird Feeder, $16 at target.com
Everyone loves mid-century modern architecture—even birds, it seems. Designers Teddy Luong and Dennis Cheng apply the clean-lined, white aesthetic to Umbra's amazing modern cafe feeder. The removable, top-loading dispenser allows a whopping 4lbs of seeds to shimmy down through holes into bird-accessible trays.
Bird Cafe Feeder, $14.99, fredflare.com
Eco Greek Chic
We're pledging our devotion to this gorgeous azure blue feeder! Hand-crafted stoneware clay and sustainable bamboo have been stamped with an eye-catching pattern inspired by the Grecian key motif. Fade and weather-resistant, the roomy roost can be post or wall-mounted.
Empire Bird Feeder, $48 at uncommongoods.com
Hang the Moon
Like their glowing namesake, these shimmering circular feeders brighten up any landscape. Made of thick crackle glass, moon feeders come in three sparkly hues (blue, purple and gold), and are designed to let fair feathered friends dine inside or perch under the sun or stars.
Moon Birdfeeder, $24.95 at gardeners.com
J Schatz's minimalist modern feeder is sure to draw admirers—both human and bird kind. Handcrafted from stoneware and aluminum, the glossy ovoid design comes in an array of lovely hues, and has been uniquely designed to thwart sneaky squirrels.
Egg Bird Feeder, $165 at jschatz.com
Lucky birds! Designer Monique Engelun's super gorgeous, geometric Barcelona feeder was inspired by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's renowned 20s-era pavilion. Engelun’s avian homage features sustainable luxe acacia wood and aluminum, and comes complete with a shaded feeding table and an open-air birdbath.
Barcelona Bird Feeder by Menu, $174.95 allmodern.com
Love Swedish design? Then stake your claim to this lacquered steel, standing feeder. Designed by Stina Sandwall for SMD Design, it features sleek lines and saturated colors sure to add some gorgeous to your garden. Available in green, black, red and white.
Pip Pip Bird Feeder, $130 at scandinaviangrace.com
Little Bird Beguiler
Is it us, or are these just a bit Georgia O'Keefe-ish ? In any case, the local hummingbirds are sure to get some (nectar, that is), thanks to a highly attractive, brightly colored stamen that uniquely complements each of the six handcrafted, stoneware feeders.
Hummingbird Feeder, $135 at jschatz.com