Let's face it: a lot of bird feeders are, well, fugly. Most of them are big, plastic tubes that stick out like a sore thumb in your backyard. And if you live somewhere that gets its fair share of winged guests (and okay, the occasional squirrel), you probably want to put out some seed to attract them. You'd just prefer to do so a little more stylishly, and who can blame you?
Thankfully, there are tons of chic bird feeders out there, so it's really just a matter of finding a style that suits you. Maybe you'd prefer a bird feeder that blends in with your flowers, maybe you'd rather hang something a little more eye-catching, or maybe you want something that feels super sleek and modern. Whatever your aesthetic, there's a bird feeder out there for you. Here's proof.
This sweet bird feeder that looks almost like a real flower will blend right in outside.
Gor for a little sparkle and flash with this shiny mosaic hanging bird feeder in crimson.
For something with a little bit more of an industrial feel, try a wood and copper bird feeder — the teardrop shape on this one is so stylish.
If you're looking for a bird feeder that feels more decorative and handcrafted, try this one, made out of a mason jar and recycled glass.
If you've got coastal style, you need this beachy, ceramic bird feeder. NEED it.
Birds will love to snack under the shade of this oh-so-adorable umbrella.
For something a little more sleek and modern, go for this aluminum, house-shaped bird feeder in all black.
This little bird feeder is simple with a pop of color — plus, the circular shape makes it a little more fun.
This flower feeder will bring all the hummingbirds to your yard.
Go for full-on kitsch with this yellow bird-shaped bird feeder. How meta. (Not to mention, it's a great way to make use of apples that are past their prime. Or just taste gritty.)
If you like the look of vintage bird cages, this decorative steel bird feeder is for you.