Vintage camper vans all the rage nowadays — and now even your backyard birds can get in on the action. Marcus Williams and Sj Stone of the Nashville-based design studio One Man, One Garage created a line of Vintage Camper Birdhouses that are easy to put together and stunning to look at.
Laser cut from birch wood, the Vintage Camper Birdhouse is made to order and ships flatpack. Construction is a breeze with no glue required; the birdhouse’s 40-plus parts are pre-cut and pop up out from five punch cards. The kits can be customized with paint and can also be pre-stained in a variety of vintage hues.
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The camper van was inspired by photographs of a 1974 Scotty travel trailer once owned by the designers and is built to a roughly 1:20 scale that measures nine inches in length, six inches wide, and nearly five inches tall. Though tiny, the travel trailer birdhouse comes with a lot of detail: awnings on three sides, flowers for the two window boxes, curtains, a spare tire, leveling jack, a welcome mat, two flamingoes and a classic Weber style grill. The adorable birdhouses are available on Etsy starting at $25.
Images via One Man, One Garage