I'm looking for a bird bath for my yard, but not one that looks like my mother's or grandmother's. Do you think you can find some bird baths that are interesting and unique, but not too expensive? Maybe something colorful or artsy (but not over-the-top)? - Denise
This blue ceramic bird bath ($119.98) is not only a bird bath, but it's a pretty water fountain that runs on solar power. We also love this faux stone bird bath ($63.95) for its modern and affordable style. The two fish bird bath bowl and stake set ($85) is an eye-catching design, as is this art deco glass koi bath ($90).
This beautiful hand blown glass butterfly feeder ($52.95) can also be used as a bird bath. And, if you like glass bird baths, this crackle glass bird bath ($49.95) is another pretty and affordable option. Ooh, if you're willing to spend more, we love these stained glass bird baths (starts at $275) or this mosaic bird bath (on sale for $198.90). But of course being discount birdies, we found an affordable stained glass bird bath ($49.99) which also can be used as a feeder. This glow-in-the-dark glass bird bath ($39.99) soaks in solar energy all day long so that at night it glows - cool!
Here are a few "natural" bird baths that are fresh and beautiful: the ground bird bath ($41.95) looks like a rocky formation and this tree stump bird bath ($139.95) is natural looking. We also really like this two-set rain forest leaves bird bath and bird feeder ($38).
If you don't mind small (but very cute!) this Splish Splash bird bathtub ($22) would be a humorous, and whimsical addition to your yard - you can even just mount it on your fence.
If you're feeling crafty, here are directions on making your own very cool looking seahorse bird bath.