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Bears in the Garden

The end of the winter season is approaching and as the snow melts, common winter birds begin to head back north. Dapper gray and white juncos, beautiful finches, and other species that took advantage of the backyard feeder leave and are replaced by robins and other birds of the summer. As the weather changes, we might also see other types of animals visiting the backyard. If the backyard is big and close to forested areas and green space, such wildlife can include raccoons, opossums, wild turkeys, and even deer. However, as much as we enjoy watching wildlife in the backyard, there are certain animals that we would probably rather see elsewhere. One such animal is the Black Bear, a large animal that has become surprisingly common in certain parts of the eastern United States.

The Black Bear ranges in fairly wild, woodland habitats in much of Canada and Alaska, and a small population also lives in the mountains of northern Mexico. It also occurs in the lower 48 states in parts of the Great Lakes region, New England, the Appalachians, the Ozarks, the Rocky Mountains, the coastal Pacific states, and small populations in coastal forests of the southern states. Historically, this species lived over a much larger area but deforestation and constant hunting caused it to disappear from various parts of its range. Despite those declines, decades of reforestation and hunting regulations have given a boost to Black Bear populations in many places, especially the north-eastern states.

One such place where bears have made a notable increase is northern New Jersey. The proximity of heavily forested state parks to small towns has resulted in many sightings of bears in urban areas, on trails in parks, and some even visiting big backyards. Although most bears stay away from people, some do become so accustomed to people that they lose their fear of humans, rummage through garbage cans, and look for hand-outs. These bears are the ones that can cause problems and even become dangerous because they associate people with food and can lash out when they don’t get what they want. Fortunately, it’s easy enough to avoid such problem bears by just keeping a safe distance from any bear that seems tame, and never giving them food. Instead of throwing it a snack or two, if a “tame” bear is encountered in the garden or elsewhere, the animal control authorities should be called as soon as possible.

The easiest way to keep bears out of the backyard is by removing any sources of food. Some suggestions include not leaving garbage outside or keeping it in a locked container, putting bird feeders into storage until the bear has been removed, not leaving pet food outside (which also attracts other animals), and quickly harvesting berries and other fruits before bears can come and eat them. Large dogs can also keep bears away but it’s better to keep the dogs inside if bears are around because dogs of any size can be injured or even killed by a bear, and small pets could become easy prey.

Although some folks might love to see a bear or two in the garden, both us and the bears will be much better off if we leave those encounters to the wild places. Instead of bringing wild Black Bears into the garden, we can still enjoy the beauty and wild, curious nature of these wonderful animals by way of realistic animal garden sculptures. These include detailed statues like “The Expert Fisherman” Black Bear Statue, and the Lemont the Lovable Lounger Black Bear Statue.

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Redecorate the House for Spring

A change of seasons is the perfect excuse to redecorate. As neighborhood trees gain leaves and temperatures climb, why not mimic those changes in the garden with modifications inside the home? It’s a chance to celebrate the end of winter and the concurrent start of spring, and an opportunity to mark new beginnings. This fresh start in redecorating can be carried out in a number of ways, and involve anything from a few indoor statues to a major make-over of every room in the home.

Before getting started with redecorating for spring, it’s worth it to take a walk through the home and think about the winter decor that can be put back into storage, and the extent to which we would like to modify the home. If we don’t feel anything good about the look of a certain room or hallway, we might want to go as far as changing the color of the room in addition to replacing the decor. More commonly, we notice a need for a few small changes here and there, and can make those happen with a variety of unique, high quality items.

We can also redecorate to match the change in garden decor. As we inaugurate a new backyard with classic outdoor garden water fountains and beautiful angel statues, we can also decorate the living room with angel-themed wall decor, and a cute animal statue or two. Angel decor for the interior of the home can take the form of items like the classy Guiding Angel Sculptural Wall Frieze by artist Ellen Mary Rope (1855-1934), and functional, elegant decor like the Brixton Abbey Angel Wall Sculpture.  These and other angelic sculptures and decorations lend a blend of class and peaceful elegance to any room, and many such items can also be admired on garden walls or on the back porch during the summer months.

Speaking of wall decor in general, the texture and storied appearance of a high quality frieze can lend a breath of fresh air to any room and augment its atmosphere. It’s also another easy way to give a home or place of business a touch of elegant class, and thus impress guests and clients.

Colorful decor also works well when we want to influence the atmosphere of the home interior, especially at the start of spring. Just as tulips and other flowers begin to peek out of the ground, and color comes back into the garden, we can match that natural palette with beautiful stained glass decor. The Fruit of the Vine Stained Glass Window and other, similar, high quality stained glass items glow with rich, cheerful hues when placed in a window. For this reason, they act as an easy way to give the home a beautiful touch at any time of the year although spring might be the most suitable month to enjoy their bright fresh colors.

In keeping with cheerful, fun decor, spring is also the perfect season to decorate with good-natured items like the Hog Heaven Twinkle Toe Pig Statue. The small size, colors, and details of this happy, dancing pig make it an ideal addition to a living room, mantel, or dining table. This and other happy decor also work well at the beginning of spring because they can match our relief that winter is finally over. As with any humorous decor, dancing pig statues and similar, creative, unique interior decor will also put a smile on the face of every guest and act as a conversation piece.

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Tips to Help Backyard Birds During the Winter

The garden is a place to work the soil, coax vegetables and other plants out of the ground, and relax in the shade. It’s also a place to go for a swim, host outdoor parties, and decorate as we see fit. While we enjoy the beauty of a summer backyard, we can’t help but notice the songs of robins, cardinals, and other birds that make use of our green space. Keep an eye on the backyard, and we can watch those same birds along with woodpeckers, doves, chickadees, and other species, especially if we have bird feeders and bird baths.

When the leaves fall and the temperature begins to drop, orioles, vireos, wood-warblers, and other summer birds leave for warmer climes. They are, in turn, replaced by sparrows, juncos, and other species that breed far to the north. Although the winter can be harsh in the northern United States and southern Canada, the snow and ice is still a far cry from the Arctic conditions of the boreal zone. Many of our winter birds breed in those vast spruce and pine forests of the northern wilderness and this makes them somewhat adapted to cold weather. Nevertheless, grosbeaks, redpolls, nuthatches, other boreal species, and our resident garden birds could still use help as they ride out the cold months.

There are a number of things we can do to make things a bit easier for the birds that visit a snow-covered backyard. Try these tips to see more action at the winter feeder, and enjoy the beauty of birds during the next two or three months:

Keep the feeder stocked: The easiest way to keep birds coming to a winter backyard is by providing them with plenty of food. As we might imagine, winter isn’t the easiest time of the year for birds to find something to eat. Resources are scarce and although woodpeckers and most other species are adept at finding seeds, nuts, and insects hidden beneath the bark, this doesn’t mean that survival is easy during cold weather. Some birds make it and some don’t but the ones that do may have to forage over a large area to find enough food.

When we put a feeder in the backyard, and keep it stocked on a daily basis, this acts as a constant, reliable food source, and in doing so, probably helps several birds make it through the winter. They don’t waste as much energy because they don’t need to move as far, they have enough food for survival, and we can be entertained by their cheerful colors and sounds on the bleakest of winter days.

Try suet: “Suet” is basically pork fat and some winter birds love it. It acts as an excellent source of much needed energy and is eaten by woodpeckers, nuthatches, chickadees, and jays. Since suet is a byproduct, it’s also cheap and easy to obtain from butcher shops. Bacon fat can act as an alternative to suet and is just as relished by the birds as it is by many people. Suet can be offered to birds by placing it in a small wire cage or on a small wooden platform. Make sure to put it where it is visible so we can watch the birds from the warmth of the home.

Shelter for the birds: Our avian friends don’t just need food to make it through the winter. They also need a place to take shelter from the snow as well as from hawks and other predators. Adequate shelter can come in the form of a brush pile, thick bushes, or even an old Christmas tree.

What about squirrels?: Many people have tried many solutions, some work, some don’t, and squirrels seem to eventually always find a way to get to that seed. To make things easier, we might just want to feed them too. If not, start with a squirrel baffle below the feeder.

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Tips for Decorating with Sculptural Furniture

It’s January and it’s the dead of winter. In many states and provinces, the backyard has become a frozen, snow-covered place where we used to enjoy the pool, host garden parties, and just relax with a good book on a favorite piece of garden furniture. At this time of year, our favorite angel statues are safely stored in the garage, and it’s too cold to hang out in the garden. A lot of us end up spending more time indoors but that doesn’t have to be a bad thing because being inside gives us a chance to spend more time with family and friends, have fun with new board games, and host cooking parties.

Although we can’t go outside and see how new garden statues will look in the backyard, when it comes to decor, we can still be constructive and focus on sprucing up the inside of the home. It’s a good opportunity to try new decorating ideas and different types of decor, including sculptural furniture. By blending function with art, this type of furniture lends a creative, artistic touch wherever it is used, and is an easy way to inject a bit of excitement and elegance into the most average of rooms. The following are a few suggestions when decorating with beautiful sculptural tables and chairs:

Exquisite and stunning additions: Many sculptural furniture items are detailed, beautiful works of art. This makes them an easy means of lending an exquisite touch to the living room, dining room, library, or other parts of the home. One such example is The Muses Glass-Topped Sculptural Table. When guests see this classic work of art, they may wonder if it is an elegant indoor sculpture, or a small table. As with any piece of sculptural furniture, it’s actually both and thus acts as functional decor. The same goes for any number of other sculptural tables, including more colorful, splendid pieces like the Royal Golden Bastet Egyptian Side Table.

Go Gothic: This type of furniture tends to be either tables and chairs suited for folks who love statues of Ravens and other classic Gothic symbols, or items of a more medieval character. Either way, we can make use of these decor themes to give the home an intriguing, classic look. Fantastic Gothic decor like the Hastings, the Warrior Dragon Glass-Topped Sculptural Table acts as treasured art for anyone with a deep interest in the fantasy genre. The fine details on Hastings give this dragon knight a life-like appearance and make an impression on every guest. The Gothic flavor of this creative table is augmented when it can share a room with the Warwickshire Dragon Glass-Topped Coffee Table, and other Gothic or medieval furniture.

An easy way to decorate a hallway: It’s easy to overlook the decoration of a hallway when we have other, more visited rooms to think about. However, we also need to remember that although we may not linger as often in a hallway, everyone needs to walk through them to reach other parts of the house. The decor that we show in such places does leave an impression, and influences the overall atmosphere of the home. Fortunately, the limited space in a hallway also makes it an easy place to decorate. By decorating with sculptural furniture, we can impress guests and lend an extra, creative touch that will be appreciated. This can be accomplished with just about any high quality sculptural furniture item that can fit in a hallway without obstructing the passage of people. Since a hallway also stands apart from other rooms, it can also feature decor not associated with themes in other rooms.

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Animal Statues as Gifts

We are in the height of the gift buying season and time is running out to find the best presents for the special people in our lives. That might sound alarming but given the many other responsibilities we are involved with at this time of the year, we really have to take advantage of whatever bit of time we have for buying gifts. It can even be tough to find time to figure out what we are going to purchase.

With that in mind, it’s always good to hear about different possibilities for holiday gifts. When we feel like we are at the end of our wits because we can’t think of anything that would make a good gift, one of those ideas might do the trick. One such idea is an animal garden statue. Sculptures of animals might work as the gifts we need for these reasons:

A lot of people love animals: We all like to get gifts of things we love. Whether someone spends time in the garden or never ventures outside, if that person loves animals, he or she will love an animal statue. Sure, we have to make sure that the animal is one that they like but we should be able to pick out the right one because there are dozens of high quality animal garden statues to choose from. These can take the form of anything from detailed, life-like depictions of elephants and tigers to a super cute statue of Meerkats. Many animal sculptures can be placed outside or find a spot inside the home. Many can also be used as beautiful, high quality decor for a place of business. Rest assured that the person receiving a statue of an animal will find a use for it.

Pet statues work too: If the special people on the list aren’t all that into wild animals, they might have pets that they cherish. High quality statues of cats and dogs might work for them, including sculptures of the type of dog or cat that they have. As one might guess, sculptures of puppies or kittens make a wonderful, cute addition to any home, and will be especially appreciated. The
Black Labrador Puppy Dog Statue is just one of several adorable, life-like puppy sculptures that can lend a lovely, cozy touch to any room. The same goes for kitten welcome signs, and many other sculpture options that show realistic depictions of cats and dogs.

Garden animal sculptures: If the person on the list enjoys time in the garden or backyard, it’s even easier to give them an animal garden statue. In all likelihood, they already have some garden statues in the backyard and will be all too happy to get another one or two, especially if it’s a high quality statue of a bunny, fox, or other woodland animal. We can also go with fun animal sculptures that literally hang from the trees like the Up a Tree Hanging Black Bear Cub Sculpture and the hilarious Hanging Jungle Monkey Statue. Other possibilities include sculptures of colorful frogs, fun snails, and even dinosaurs.

Animal statues as interior decor: Something else to keep in mind about animal sculptures is that many can also be used inside the home. This turns them into easy, fun gifts for folks who live in apartments, or who might not have a backyard. Although there are some grand-size animal sculptures that might not work inside a home, there are plenty of smaller statues that would look wonderful in the corner of a living room, or out on the balcony.

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Penguins in the Garden

Penguins are one of the more unique types of birds. In fact, it’s hard for many to accept that they are birds in the first place. After all, they can’t fly, their wings look more like flippers than the flapping, soaring appendages of eagles, storks, and bluebirds, and they have a distinctive way of walking not demonstrated by other members of the avian lineage. But, a closer look shows that penguins are indeed birds, they are just highly adapted to aquatic life in a very cold environment. They have small, close fitting feathers that help keep them warm and aerodynamic in the waters they call home. They have stout, webbed feet that work well in places with more ice, snow, and rocks than vegetation, and they have beaks that are adapted to snatching and eating small fish and other sea creatures.

Although they can’t fly in the air, penguins are very adept at “flying” under the water. They use their wings to move with incredible speed and grace when beneath the cold waves, and often float on the surface, looking a bit like odd ducks in the process. They do prefer cold places but could we really see penguins in the garden?

Although we can pay homage to penguins in any backyard or place of business with life-like sculptures like the Antarctic King Penguin Statue, and the fun Rock Hopper Penguin Statue, no, we are not going to see a live, wild penguin at the bird feeder or garden pond. We might see visits from wild ducks and herons, but even if we live on the cold, northern coasts of Alaska, Maine, or Newfoundland, live penguins are impossible. The habitat isn’t too far off, but the hemisphere is. Penguins only live south of the equator, although there actually is one species that resides right on the equator in the Galapagos Islands. The Galapagos Penguin can live there because the waters around the islands have nutrient-rich, deep, cold currents. The same goes for a couple species that live off the coasts of Peru, South Africa, and southern Australia but the rest are birds of colder, southern oceans.

This doesn’t mean that we don’t have penguin-like birds in the north. Several small species of aquatic birds that share the same black and white formal attire of penguins actually do live in the cold waters of the North Atlantic and North Pacific oceans. Known as “auks”, these small birds breed on sea cliffs and islands, and forage for small fish in the open ocean. This family of birds includes the puffins, murres, guillemots, and auklets, and can be seen in the waters of Alaska, Washington state, California, Maine, and eastern Canada. Unlike penguins, they can fly and do so with quick, buzzing wing beats, but would still be a rare sight in any garden unless the backyard was right at the edge of a steep ocean cliff.

Back in the southern hemisphere, though, some people might actually have penguins in their backyards. The cute Little Penguin lives in burrows on offshore islands in southern Australia, and in coastal areas of New Zealand. In some places, nocturnal tours are held to see the penguins come back to their burrows, and in some areas of New Zealand, the penguins live in urbanized areas. Other areas where live penguins might conceivably pay a visit to coastal gardens include the Falkland Islands, the Cape Town region of South Africa, and perhaps some places in southern Chile.

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Gutters and Weathervanes For a Unique Home

Decor is an essential part of every home, big or small. It gives a home character, and can also be used to showcase our interests, hobbies, and fantasies. Certain statues and other types of decor can also be leveraged to give any home a unique look, especially if the decor in question is created with fine details and an appearance that captures the attention of neighbors, house guests, and anyone who just happens to be passing by.

That decor in question doesn’t have to take the form of angel statues or cute welcome signs either. Although those can act as beautiful decor for any home, decor for the exterior of the home can also be just as functional as it is decorative. Take gutters for example. We need these “accessories” to capture rain and other debris that fall on the roof of the home to keep the roof from being damaged or even collapsing. Their simple design helps channel water and other unwanted stuff off of the top of the home and away from it. It’s an easy, essential concept but that doesn’t mean that gutters have to look like a mundane, overlooked part of the home.

They can also add flair and be leveraged to give any home a unique and interesting look while still working to protect the house. Not to mention, if animal garden statues or other garden decor are already featured in the backyard and around the home, certain decorative gutters can be used to work with those decorating themes. Nor do we need to remove the entire gutter or do a major home exterior make-over just so we can decorate the house with a few more accents. If we want to stick with a cute animal theme, we can work with ©Jolly, the Squirrel Gutter Guardian Downspout Statue and other animal downspout statues that take the form of a turtle, pig, or other animals. Likewise, if we want to stay with an angelic decorating theme, we can decorate with the ©Blessings from Heaven Angel Gutter Guardian Downspout Statue.

To make these functional statues work, all we need to do is attach them to the end of the gutter and wait for the next downpour. The same goes for fantastic dragon rainspouts like Ranier, the Sculptural Dragon Rainspout. Whether we already decorate the backyard with exquisite gargoyle and dragon statues or not, we might still want to use these dragon rainspouts because they look simply fantastic, especially when water rushes out of the dragon’s mouth. These are the types of unique decor that leave a long-lasting impression on anyone who sees them because they demonstrate a combination of artistic fine details, and life-like features.

We can also make an easy impression with functional decor up on top of the home. Weathervanes act as classic, fun, functional decor that works for homes of every size. Put one on top of the house and we crown the home with a type of decor that immediately communicates with anyone who looks at it. In keeping with weathervanes from throughout history, these modern versions also tell us which way the wind is blowing.  We can also use one like the Castle Guardian Dragon Full-Size Copper Weathervane to keep going with the medieval dragon theme, top the house with a classic, beautiful copper angel weathervane, or go with the Celebration Wine Bottle Full-Size Copper Weathervane to demonstrate our love for the fermented fruits of the vine!

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The Best Garden Decor for Summer

The kids are out of school, the sun is shining, it’s hot outside, and it’s hard to believe that we were scraping snow off our cars earlier in the year. Summer is here and there’s no better season for baseball, pool time, and other forms of outdoor fun. Anyone who does any amount of gardening also knows that summer is when we work the backyard to turn it into a beautiful, peaceful oasis that might include a Koi pond, rows of vegetables, ornamental bushes and trees, and displays of beautiful garden statues.

Although just about any high quality statues will look great in a summer garden, certain sculptures and decor seem to work better at this time of the year than spring or fall. Follow these tips to decorate the backyard with the best display of garden statues:

Statues of angels: The timeless beauty of quality angel sculptures gives the garden a classy touch at any time of the year. However, some angels seem better suited to warm, summer days than the fresh days of spring, or the nostalgic colors of fall. Whereas the majestic Heaven’s Angel Cast Bronze Garden Statue is a fantastic, heirloom quality sculpture suitable for most seasons, fine sculptures like “Joy, the Flower Angel” Statue work well with the abundant green vegetation of the summer season. There are also angel statues that blend function with classic beauty. One such example is the “Angel of Peace” Reflecting Pool Sculpture, a cute winged cherub that shares a reflecting pool with backyard birds coming to bathe.

Animal garden statues: Sculptures of animals can also lend a lovely look to any backyard. No matter which type of animals one likes, the most important thing to keep in mind when shopping for animal statues is to pick out sculptures that are as life-like as possible. Realistic details never fail to impress and make it very easy to admire the beauty of decor like the Catch of the Day Grand Bear Sculpture and the Up a Tree Tiger Cub Statue: Lounging Cub. These carefully crafted sculptures are just two of several, very realistic animal decor items that help add “life” to a summer backyard.

Although statues of wild animals are always a good choice, keep in mind that statues of animals can also take the form of fun, and colorful creatures. Such decor is always the life of the party and includes fun sculptures like the Madame & Monsieur Escargot, Enormous Garden Snail Statue Set, and the “Party Time Pink Flamingo” Statue.

Favorite decor can be a good choice: When we aren’t sure which decor might work best for this year’s summer garden, why not check and see what other people like? Galleries of best-selling garden statues can show a variety of favorite sculptures, statues, and decor, including unique and extraordinary statues like Bigfoot, the Bashful Yeti Tree Sculpture, and the adorable Emmett the Gargoyle Sculpture.  These sculptures are favorites because they lend character to any garden, and, despite their eye-catching appearance, also work well with other types of decor. Other sculptures become favorites because they combine beautiful form with function, or are just wonderful works of art for the backyard.

Stick with sculptures that you like: When picking out summer garden decor, the best advice is just to choose the statues and decor that we like the most. For example, if we really like squirrels and other cute little animals, we will enjoy a garden decorated with a few funny statues of squirrels a lot more than one with other types of statues.

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5 Fun Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day

The beautiful month of May is here and for many of us, this means that Mother’s Day is just around the corner. This special holiday is the perfect occasion for treating Mom to lunch or dinner at her favorite place, to spend quality time with the family, and to just make her feel like the most special person on the planet. This year, try one of these ideas for celebrating Mother’s Day:

Treat her to a gourmet picnic: Does Mom like delicious gourmet cuisine? Does she also love to spend time in the garden? If so, she would love to be treated to a gourmet picnic. Try to get an idea about the special foods she enjoys the most, and go shopping at the nearest upscale supermarket. Classic gourmet picnic options include cheeses (get at least two, maybe three types of cheese to sample, especially high quality brands), fresh bread (not that packaged stuff, but real, fresh baguettes), fresh fruit (try a mix of kiwi, mango, and peach), and pasta salad with cured olives and smoked salmon. For drinks, bring a bottle of wine or fresh fruit juices. No matter what food you decide to get, make sure to bring the things that she loves. As far as a place for the picnic, a beautiful garden is ideal but if that’s not available, have the picnic in her favorite park.

Take her on a garden tour: If Mom enjoys gardening and seeing beautiful gardens, take her on an urban garden tour. Many towns and cities host tours that visit beautiful gardens in historic neighborhoods, and many of those gardens feature unique garden statues and decor. Just look in the weekend section of the local paper or search online to find the nearest garden tour and when it takes place. Some tours also include visits to local cafes, and other sites. Just make sure you know where the tour goes and how long it is.

Bring her to her favorite park or wildlife refuge: Moms who like to watch birds or go for hikes in the great outdoors will love a visit to a wildlife refuge, local preserve, or park. Try and get an idea where she likes to experience the outdoors, and how to visit. Since most visits to preserves and wildlife refuges leave at an early hour, it would be better to let her know about the trip at least one day before rather than surprising her on Mother’s Day. This would be another opportunity to enjoy a gourmet picnic after a morning hike. Once again, the idea is treating her to something that she loves to do.

Make her favorite meal: Do you know what her favorite meal is? If not, find out and get the ingredients. If it looks like a challenge to make, try a sample run a few days before the holiday and do some taste testing with the family. Keep in mind that no matter how difficult preparing certain dishes might seem to be, videos and information for everything from haggis to baba ghanoush are easily found online.

Go shopping!: If it’s raining or Mom would rather do something indoors, treating her to shopping at her favorite set of stores is always a good back-up plan!

No matter how you celebrate it, we hope you have a wonderful Mother’s Day!

Fun Indoor Statues as Gifts

Gift shopping season is here and with it comes the annual difficulties in finding the right gifts for certain special people in our lives. However, if we shop in the right places, we can also find quick solutions to challenges at finding the best gifts. One of the best places for finding the perfect, unique gift is our collection of Fun and Novelty Indoor Statues. Browse this selection of fantastic decor for amazing animal sculptures, dancing ducks, and other quality interior decor items.

The cute little Lace and Lard, Madame Pig Statue is a lovely indoor statue for anyone with an appreciation for pig decor and unique animal statues. This fun take on French decor looks even better when paired with Coco, the Parisian Poodle Serving Table.

Other novel indoor animal statues include the cute Little Bear Cub Paws Up Statue, the life-like Black Labrador Retriever Dog Statue, and the “Delightful Dancing Ducks” Welcome Sign. These and other animal sculptures will warm the atmosphere of any winter home.

Alien decor can also be found in this selection of unique, quality items. Entertain guests with tall tales of encounters with beings from other worlds and show them the Extra-Terrestrial Alien Skull Statue as proof. Use the “Astronaut at Ease” Lighted Sculpture to provide appropriate lighting for those other worldly stories.

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