Craftsman Birdhouses

From New Hampshire

Discarded materials are used to create a one-of-a-kind look to each house.

As the saying goes, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, and that’s certainly true with the birdhouses we offer. Each one is made from 100% reclaimed materials – barn board, copper flashing, wood moulding, old hardware…you name it. And no two birdhouses are alike.

We are fortunate in Peterborough, NH to have a talented and resourceful woodworker who manages the town’s recycling center. Scott sifts through the demolition dumpsters to salvage materials that he can re-use to create each distinctive and durable bird house.

Expertly constructed, they’re almost too nice to put outside. But these houses are made to weather the elements and provide shelter to our feathered friends. All of them are built with easy-to-access clean-outs; otherwise they are virtually maintenance-free.

Whether you’re a bird-lover or not, Scott’s birdhouses make a handsome addition to any yardscape – or a distinctive accent inside your home.

Scrap metal objects add character and charm to the simple wooden structures.

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Featured Product


Pure Maple Syrup

When we started New England Everyday Goods in 2010, we never would have guessed that Maple Syrup would become our top-selling product line. Although there are countless places in the Northeast to purchase pure maple products, people from near and far come to us for our sweet selection.

In New England maple sugaring season is limited to just a few weeks in late winter to early spring when temperatures begin to warm and the sap begins to flow in the sugar maple trees. On average, 40 gallons of clear, water-like sap are boiled down to produce one gallon of rich amber-colored maple syrup.

Packaged in a variety of glass bottles and traditional plastic jugs, we always stock the two most-popular grades of syrup: Grade A Medium Amber and Grade A Very Dark Amber (also known as Grade B). Whichever you choose, you’re assured of a 100% pure, naturally delicious treat.