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Birds In The Kitchen

Outfit your kitchen with these bird-themed accessories

By Connie Cho

Courtesy Bright and BoldIf home is where the heart is, the stomach resides in the kitchen. Whether you love cooking for your feathered family or enjoying a nosh in the breakfast nook, outfit your kitchen in the most stylish way possible — birdie style.


After you’ve finished a fabulous meal, make dish washing fun when you reach for the scouring pad from this toucan scrubby holder. Made from hand-painted ceramic, this toucan holds a sponge or a scouring pad in its open beak. Contact: Bright and Bold, www.brightandbold.com



By Patina StoresA combination of colorful plastic and stainless steel, this parrot garlic press makes a unique addition to your kitchen. Its design makes it easy to use. Pop off the beak, lift the wings away from the body and drop in a fresh clove. Contact: Patina Stores, (866) 877-9995, www.patinastores.com











By Jackson's BirdsThese ceramic macaw bottle openers from Jackson’s Birds add a bit of fun to your kitchen drawers. Contact: Jackson’s Birds, (269) 445-8268, www.jacksonsbirds.com




By Little Odd Forest“The Chirpy Bird Coaster” by Little Odd Forest features an adorable pair of birds embroidered on corduroy coasters. “Chirpy Bird Coasters” are available in four colors and are washable. Contact: Little Odd Forest, www.forestprints.com








By Bright and BoldYou, too, can open cans with this stylish toucan can opener from Bright and Bold. The can opener is designed from plastic and has a soft, nonslip grip. Contact: Bright and Bold, www.brightandbold.com


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It's great to see so many parrot and bird themed items for the house. The more, the merrier!
Cindy, S, TN
Posted: 12/19/2009 4:44:54 AM
nice
\darrwn, sARASOTA, FL
Posted: 6/17/2009 4:19:18 AM
I would love to find a bird can opener like the garlic press. I think that would be cool.
Diane, Rochester, MN
Posted: 3/30/2009 8:13:56 AM
Nice - saw some in BC, too.
Sheila, Greensboro, NC
Posted: 1/12/2009 7:17:41 AM
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