Posts Tagged as ‘birdhouse collectible’
June 19th, 2011 |
Author: Christopher | Filed under: News, Press
| Tags: birdhouse collectible, blue line coffee, film streams, goodnights pizza, new york times, north downtown, omaha, slowdown, surfacing |
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Sorry for the less-than-stellar quality, I was scanning it pretty quickly.
So yes, time for a little self-congratulations. We’re really excited to be one of the featured businesses in the North Downtown Omaha edition of the Times’ recurring feature, “Surfacing”, about up-and-coming neighborhoods around the world.
To see the full piece, go to the Times’ website.
Thanks to everyone who has supported us so far and helped us reach this goal. Which we never even knew we had.
December 15th, 2010 |
Author: Jessica | Filed under: Interior Design
| Tags: birdhouse collectible, flasks, gift guide, superior servers, yamerra |
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With one more Saturday left before Christmas, we thought it might be a good time to remind you last minute peeps of some awesome gifts for your friends and family you can find at Birdhouse Collectible. Handmade and original is the way to go!
Here are some ideas:
Burlap Baskets in 3 sizes: $40, $30, $20
Ladies and Gentlemen Superior Servers (featured in House and Home and House Beautiful magazines!): $35/each
Flasks with handmade covers: $22
Organic Yamerra Hair and Body Butter: $12
Adam Nielsen framed 18×24 original art – “Economy” : $950
Vintage Decanters: $40, $50, $60
Handmade Notebooks: $9
Repurposed, vintage chair (or the matching set): $335 ($650)
Throw pillow: $60
Come down this Saturday and score something cool. Nobody will ever know you waited till the last minute because your gift to them will be a huge hit!
December 13th, 2010 |
Author: Jessica | Filed under: Art
| Tags: adam nielsen, art, art opening, birdhouse collectible |
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Last Friday was a major achievement for Birdhouse Collectible. We hosted our first art opening with works by Adam Nielsen, and it was so much fun! It is very exciting to begin this journey and it is thrilling to work alongside our curator, Rebecca Herskovitz, in creating a really interesting environment to showcase some wonderful, original art.
Here are some pictures from the opening.
Our “Gallery Wall” flanked by gorgeous curtains that our awesome intern, Beth, made for the showroom. We curated the pieces to be featured in vignettes around the space, but this wall is our focal point and is a really great way to have a couple of key pieces stand out.
Thanks to everyone for their support and if you didn’t get to attend the opening, the show will be up for another month. Call to make an appointment or stop in on a Saturday.