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Moody Birds

September 16th, 2009 @ 2:26 pm by Sabrina & Eunice @ Hello! Lucky

Kristian Vedel Bird

On a recent trip to Copenhagen, these wooden birds (aptly named “Bird”) designed by architect and furniture designer Kristian Vedel quickly became an obsession even though we’ve seen them before. It is pretty remarkable for any one thing to consistently stand out among all the wonderfully inspiring Danish furniture, crafts, architecture… not to mention the remarkably attractive inhabitants of this lovely city. In adorable shop after adorable shop, their removable heads beckoned us until, at last, we succumbed to the temptation and picked up a few.

Kristian Vedel Bird

Designed and produced in the 50s to great success, the birds have recently been reintroduced in all 3 sizes - parent, grandparent and child (awww) and 2 finishes. You can tilt the head any which way you please (a nice way to express your ever-changing mood) and can flip the body to be either male or female. A great addition to any mantle, bookshelf, child’s room, place setting… the possibilities are endless!

Kristian Vedel Bird

Wouldn’t this type of circle arrangement be adorable as a centerpiece? They are readily available for purchase online in the US here among other places. Learn more about Bird and see more photos here.

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Mrs. Bruschetta (message)  5,565 posts, Bee Keeper

Super cute! I love that the beaks are at varying angles. :-)

 
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Miss Poodle (message)  3,386 posts, Sugar bee

Super cute!, plus I’m so in love with things wood!!!!

 
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Mrs. French Bulldog (message)  1,088 posts, Bumble bee

I love these birdies :) (I love birdies in general, but these are adorable) Thanks for the info and link :)

 
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KMSull (message)  6,442 posts, Bee Keeper

CUTE! These would make great favors and/ or place settings!

 

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