With more attention to detail and workmanship, victorian birdhouses are guaranteed to satisfy with an appeal in uniqueness and quality that is unmatched. We are sure that when your victorian bird house arrives, it will exceed your birdhouse expectations!
Victorian style bird houses are a unique approach for new backyard decor. The victorian style roof and oval shaped entrance will give a wooded area of your backyard a dark gothic appeal. These styles are a perfect match for your unique backyard landscape.
Our victorian birdhouse is a unique variation known as the "Carpenter Gothic style" which usually features a steeply pitched roof.
Victorian architecture refers to styles that emerged in the period between 1830 and 1910, during the reign of Queen Victoria. The Victorian era spawned several well-known styles, including one in particular: Gothic Revival.
While the Victorian shape evolved largely from the imposing, elaborate Gothic idea, the style appealed to the romantic Victorian belief that fashion, architecture and furnishings should be tall, imposing and beautiful rather than practical.
Victorian Gothic birdhouses are built from 5/8" solid wood and sealed with MINWAX oil based stain & sealer. Held together with Titebond II (weather proof) wood glue and reinforced with long fastener wood screws.
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