Bird bathing is very important for any friendly bird landscape. Even though there are various types of bird baths that you can buy, there are more ways to bathe yourself with recycled, recycled, or repurposed materials, no matter what your crafting skills are.
A beautiful unique design will add to the beauty of your garden with this beautiful and unique birdbath. Therefore, let’s look at 10 unique and beautiful birdbath design ideas for you to try.
1. One-of-a-Kind Bird Bathtub
Try gravel, marbles, colored gravel, seashells, colored sand, yarn waste, falling stones, or other fun fillers for unique colors and textures. The wood slice separator provides project consistency and good stability.
2. Tippy Pots Planter and Bath
There are many ways to use clay pots to make birdbaths from simple towers to creative buildups, but this messy design is one of the most fun and weird choices.
3. Bathing Birds in Stacked Stones
This rough appearance of simple stone piles will add to the structure and water features that are more natural in the garden. The stones added in the basin give the bird more space and keep the lid firmly in place.
4. Recycled Glass Bird Baths
Pedestal bathing is a popular design, but your pedestal doesn’t have to be boring or plain. Recycled glass is a good choice for bathing birds with extra sparkle and talent, and who doesn’t have an old vase, a dish.
5. Teapot Bird Bath
Add imagination storybooks to the park and invite birds to a tea party with a pile of teapot baths. Mismatched cups, placards, and teapots can blend with the paint layer, creating an impressive and pleasing design that is a great companion for the teapot.
6. Glass Lid Hanging Bird Bath
Hanging birdbaths are a great choice for hanging below balconies, from awnings, or from large tree branches, and this easy glass lid bath is a simple but perfect project to attract birds with water.
7. Repurposed Lamp Bird Bath
Turning an old lamp into a DIY birdbath is one bright idea, and you don’t need an electrician’s license to do it. What you do need is an old, ornate lamp you’d find at a thrift store, resale shop, or yard sale, and your favorite paint color to give it some pop.
8. Jeweled Concrete Bird Bath
Perhaps you already have a heavy concrete birdbath that is showing its age with chips, nicks, or cracks. Give it new glamour with a simple coat of concrete and glittery jewels, with a smaller colorful basin in the middle for a fun focal point.
9. Tomato Cage Bird Bath
Add a birdbath to your vegetable garden or anywhere you want birds to make a splash with a simple tomato cage birdbath. The sturdy wire of the cage provides an easy pedestal for the clay saucer basin.
10. Cute Serving Dish Bird Bath
Dollar stores and thrift stores have a wide variety of colorful serving bowls and platters that can make stunning birdbaths. This project adds even more custom flair with a carved table leg (recycled, of course!) as the pedestal.