In all cultures, in all ages and in all decorations there has been a continuing tendency to incorporate birds in interior design. We can find them in Asian textiles, in tropical paintings, or in western figurines, and vice versa.
Prints, wallpapers, candles, or sculptures, the passion for birds goes beyond Alfred Hitchcock. And it is not a tendency that disappears, with the arrival of the good weather until the garden candlesticks have a nest shape with their corresponding little bird. Let's see some examples that show us that birds are not decoration of the past.
These figurines of Japanese study Kusafune they are the first we found, literally translated as a grass boat, Kusafune is a design studio where they are dedicated to the ceramic production through his humble workshop, the manufacture of instruments and accessories, where each of the pieces is manual, made by the wisdom and experience of the main local potters. The studio sells its original products through its online store, as well as the Craft Fair exhibition that is operated locally in Japan.
Tamar Mogendorff She is a New York artist who creates ideal sculptures to decorate the children's room. Use pretty fabrics and different as linen, cotton, old fabrics, tweed, old embroidery, ... that she sews by hand and to which she incorporates buttons, beads, old silver thread and ribbons. Each piece is unique and original, perfect to give a touch of poetry to a child's room.
The prestigious firm Coordonné offers us this digital mural titled "piopio" for children's rooms. Do you dare to decorate with birds?