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Object of Desire: A Cheerful Bird Feeder, Made in the US

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Object of Desire: A Cheerful Bird Feeder, Made in the US

August 2, 2017

Currently admiring from Philadelphia-based brand Shift and design studio ShiftSpace, makers of “utilitarian” garden objects: a cheerful little bird feeder named, aptly, Beekman. It’s aluminum and rust resistant with “an open floor plan, open walls on two sides for that exterior/interior lifestyle, the modern gable roof, a walnut peg that runs all the way through with plenty of external seating, and enough space to entertain and to charm local birds in the summer, all suspended by a braided cord.” Thanks to a recent upgrade where it’s assembled in-house rather than flat-packed, the paint won’t chip or crack. Here’s a look:

The Beekman Bird Feeder is &#8
Above: The Beekman Bird Feeder is “designed to architectural standards” and is available in canary yellow or minimalist white; each is $88.
The feeders are American-made—made within 0 miles of Shift&#8
Above: The feeders are American-made—made within 100 miles of Shift’s Philadelphia headquarters. “Your yard will be the talk of the flock,” they promise.

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