Amy
ABOUT ME - My name is Amy and I'm a birder living in central Florida. On this blog I post book and birding product reviews as well as birder gift ideas and announcements related to my birder gift shop on this site. I also have a personal birding blog called Powered By Birds.

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    Bird Tile Murals (2): Feeding the Peacocks

    Posted on December 27th, 2008 in Products

    The Tile Mural Shop has a great, unique collection of artwork made out of tiles. The bird tile murals are especially beautiful and are a great way for bird-lovers to decorate their office, kitchen, workshop or other room.

    The bird murals are made up of 12 to 24 ceramic tiles. The tiles measure 4.25″ so the murals are big enough to fill a large space. There are ten different bird murals to choose from. In a series of blog posts I will share some of my favorites with you. This is the second post. Click here for the first.

    I really like this image of a young woman feeding peacocks. We saw a lot of wild peacocks during our trip to India a few years ago. We were even lucky enough to see one male on full display! These birds sure are beautiful, but boy are they noisy!

    This beautiful horizontal mural is made up of 24 tiles and measures 34″ x 12.75″ when completed.

    For more unique tile murals, check out the The Tile Mural Shop.