When the leaves fall and winter is around the corner, many people decide to place food for hungry wild birds around the garden. Usually, birds are fed either fatballs or seed on the bird table. Some people, however, also spoil their birds with a bird feeder – but often this is not the most beautiful device to hang in the garden. Now, however, there is an alternative.
The new Eva Solo feeder ball is made from mouth-blown glass and designed to withstand wind, weather and beating wings. The ball can easily be suspended from bushes, trees, and the eaves of your house – and filling it with seed and other natural products is extremely straightforward. And then suddenly it is not only a beautiful sight when the birds are feeding – it is a pleasure to
the eye even when they flap away.
Design moves outdoors
The new feeder balls reflect a trend of the times. The outstanding design with which many people surround themselves in their homes can now be seen outside in the garden. After many years of attention being directed at kitchens and bathrooms, focus is shifting out into the garden. In the past couple of years, the demand for new, smart outdoor kitchens, fine garden furniture,
lanterns and other smart garden design has seen strong growth.
“We are clearly seeing a growing demand for design for the garden. Luxury and quality have for a long time been priorities – and we all want a coherent look in the things with which we surround ourselves. This also applies outdoors. We have therefore designed a number of stylish-looking, functional, outdoor products – and the feeder ball is a good example,” says Jette Lykke Kamstrup, Marketing Manager at Eva Denmark.
The Eva Solo feeder ball is made of mouth-blown glass and is sold with the accompanying hanger.