Droog Birdfeeder: Why Not Indoors?Boston

Droog Birdfeeder: Why Not Indoors?Boston

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Jeanine Brennan
Jun 23, 2008

A few years ago we read Tom Dixon's book Rethink. He reminded us how things can be used in unexpected ways and adapted to different contexts. So when we brought our favorite birdfeeder indoors last month to clean it, we temporarily hung it up, then we started using it...



We realized its a great place to put quarters for parking meters, tip money for the pizza delivery guy, and sometimes for the remote. Not to mention getting to look at that happy hermes-colored orange roof.


And finally, the squirrels won't get at it.

$85 from retromodern

-Jeanine Brennan

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