Nest Party... Bring'n nature inside

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Be my guest as you rest and see posts from the best chicks obsessed with a nest... Pleas join my Nest fest!

You'll be hard pressed to see nests with such zest and I hope you'll agree that homes are well dressed from the East to the West... all because they're adorned with repossessed nests.
What? You attest? You think I'm a pest? You're unimpressed with the words I express; my ode to the nest has got you distressed? Perhaps I need a mental health test? May I suggest that you rest and ingest beautiful scenes of well adorned nests.
And if you are stressed to read my self-professed best use of words I finessed, then you might get dressed and write a request to seek my arrest for creating unrest and attempts to molest the ears of my readers... they're truly the best. Please know that today I simply digressed from the compressed post I'd prepared about nests.

Please link up to your Best Dressed Nest post and show us all things Fowl you have in your house. Birds, Cages, Nests, Eggs.... How have you brought nature into your home?

Remember to link to you perma-link for the post NOT your blog address and please link back to Pretty Organized Palace so birds can fly quickly between houses. Flit over to other blogs and leave tweets to tell them how much you like their inspiration!


♥Aubrey said...

What a wonderful party! I ♥ bringing nature inside. What a lovely blog you have.

Jen - Balancing Beauty and Bedlam said...

Those are just gorgeous. My little 'ole cages are waiting for beautiful nests to come live in them. Now they sit unpainted, stored waiting for some love. :)

Steph @ AnnoyinglyDomestic said...

I love the peacock up there. For as long as i can remember, my mother had a very tall antique vase on a chest with a giant plume of peacock feathers in it, and everyone once in a great while, she'd let me have one. I need to work some peacock in around here.... LOL

I love working nature into my scheme, but it's not always easy to do in a more traditional way (as opposed to contemporary).

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Great pictures to go along with your post! I really like the ones with the nest and eggs in the apothecaries.

I have 6 framed egg prints that will hang over a chest in my hall and I want to do a vignette on top of the chest just like those. Was that the newest issue of Romantic homes? I'm hoping I can find something in resources of where I could get faux eggs and nest, although I'm thinking a craft store might have something.

Reese said...

Thanks for the fun!!!

the cottage child said...

What a fun idea...thanks for hosting! Love.

HeathahLee said...

I have several nests around my house, whether in pictures, on branches, outside on my electric meter... :)

Melissa @ The Inspired Room said...

What pretty ideas! I have a few nesty sorts of things but lamely I don't have any photos of them. I'm so bad at getting around to taking pictures. Gah.

Happy nesting!!!



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