Vintage Camper Birdhouse

by Kent Griswold on June 15th, 2012. 9 Comments
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It must be summer time and I’m feeling the urge to get out and camp. Even the birds now have a place to go on vacation.

This birdhouse is inspired by the Shasta campers of the 1950′s. The color scheme is creme over turquoise with a black accented silver stripe. The aluminum door is both a design accent and a deterrent to squirrels, while the curved awning is just pure style. Features a slide out bottom for easy cleaning, durable and stable marine grade plywood construction, brass fasteners and one and one half inch entry hole. 11″L X 7″H X 6″W Check it out at the Etsy store.

vintage camper birdhouse

June 15th, 2012and filed in Uncategorized
Tags: 1950s, camp, camper, shasta, summer time
9 Comments

9 Responses to “Vintage Camper Birdhouse”

  1. LOOOOOVE this bird house so much!!!!!! Seriously can’t get enough of your blog. :)

  2. alice h says:

    “Aaaaaaawwwwww, that’s so cute,I want one!” says my granddaughter.

  3. EmmaJ says:

    Dahling!

  4. Hazel says:

    So adorable! Make sure it has a couple of ventilation holes too though…it gets very hot in birdhouses, especially if it’s metal!

  5. Dovierabe says:

    Cute!

  6. Michael says:

    That has to be THE SMALLEST usable house featured on here ever.

  7. Shell says:

    Oh, now that is stinking cute!

  8. birdhouses says:

    This is indeed adorable. I like the detailing in the rivets – right down to the hitch.

  9. What is the load rating of that hitch? Can I pull it with my Geo Metro?

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