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Here is a home improvement idea for the DIY, that is the do it yourself, residential builder or construction contractor.
Accent your home with:

Bird Tiles

You get #1 Quality Images of Birds on these Decorated Ceramic Tiles. You deserve the durability of Kiln Fired China Paint. Enjoy Free Shipping.

Showcase your stairs with colorful risers instead of letting your stairs blend in with their surroundings. Your stairs are the first thing people see when they come into your home. Transform that look!
Stair risers are the upright sections between stair treads. Risers are often referred to as the toe kick because as you climb the stair your toes kick it.
Decorative tiles are the perfect design accent for a stair riser and for complimenting other wall tiles.
International building codes require a riser height of four to seven inches. Check your height before ordering.

These are tiles we stock.

White Gloss
White Gloss
Daltile color number 0100
4 1/4" x 4 1/4" or 6" x 6"
Available at Daltile or Home Depot stores nationwide.

American Olean SL10 available at Lowes stores nationwide is the same color.

Bone Gloss
Bone Gloss
4 1/4" x 4 1/4" or 6" x 6"

American Olean SL11 biscuit, available at Lowes stores nationwide is the same color.


Almond Gloss
Almond Gloss
Daltile color number 0135
6" x 6" only
Available at Daltile or Home Depot stores nationwide



Call if you would rather use your tiles. The price is the same, you only have to get them to me.
PLEASE NOTE, use fired tiles only! Natural stone won't take the heat.
Most designs will fit on the smaller size floor tiles.


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African Greys Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

The African Grey Parrot, also known as the Grey Parrot, is a medium-sized parrot found in the primary and secondary rainforest of West and Central Africa. Experts regard it as one of the most intelligent birds in the world. Their overall gentle nature and their inclination and ability to mimic speech have made them popular pets, which has led many to be captured from the wild and sold into the pet trade.

Blue Jay Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles


Blue Jay in a Pine Tree Ceramic Wall Tile
Bird Tiles

The Blue Jay is resident through most of eastern and central United States and southern Canada. Blue jays will eat almost anything but acorns and nuts are their primary food. They will bury thousands of acorns in fall caches for future consumption. Many times the caches are never consumed but left to grow as oak trees.

Blue Tits Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

Blue tits are famed for their skill, as they can cling to the outermost branches and hang upside down when looking for food. A typical Blue Tit has an azure blue crown and dark blue line passing through the eye, and encircling the white cheeks to the chin, giving the bird a very distinctive appearance. The forehead and a bar on the wing are white. The nape, wings and tail are blue and the back is yellowish green. The underparts is mostly sulphur-yellow with a dark line down the abdomen - the yellowness is indicative of the number of yellowy-green caterpillars eaten, due to high levels of carotene pigments in the diet. The bill is black, the legs bluish grey, and the irides dark brown. The sexes are similar, but under ultraviolet light, males have a brighter blue crown. Young Blue Tits are noticeably more yellow.


Bluebird Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

Bluebirds are one of the few thrush genera in the Americas. They have blue, or blue and red, plumage. Female birds are less brightly colored than males, although color patterns are similar and there is no noticeable difference in size between sexes. Bluebirds are attracted to platform bird feeders, filled with grubs of the darkling beetle, sold by many online bird product wholesalers as mealworms. Bluebirds will also eat raisins soaked in water. In addition, in winter bluebirds use backyard heated birdbaths. Of all the birds a gardener could choose to attract, the bluebird is the quintessential helpful garden bird. Gardeners go to extreme lengths to attract and keep them in the garden for their beneficial properties. Bluebirds are voracious insect consumers, quickly ridding a garden of insect pests.

Cardinal Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles


Pine Tree Cardinal Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

Northern Cardinal Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

The Northern Cardinal is a territorial song bird. The male sings in a loud, clear whistle from the top of a tree or another high location to defend his territory. He will chase off other males entering his territory. He may mistake his image on various reflective surfaces as an invading male, and will fight his reflection relentlessly. The Northern Cardinal learns its songs, and as a result the songs vary regionally. It is able to easily distinguish the sex of another singing Northern Cardinal by its song alone. Mated pairs often travel together.


Chickadee Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

The Black-capped Chickadee is a small, North American songbird, a passerine bird in the tit family Paridae. It is the state bird of both Maine and Massachusetts in the United States, and the provincial bird of New Brunswick in Canada. It is notable for its capacity to lower its body temperature during cold winter nights, its good spatial memory to relocate the caches where it stores food, and its boldness near humans (they can feed from the hand).

Cockatoos Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

Cockatoos have a much more restricted range than the true parrots, occurring naturally only in Australasia. Eleven of the 21 species exist in the wild only in Australia, while seven species occur only in the islands of the Philippines, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands. Interestingly, no cockatoo species are found in Borneo (despite their presence on nearby Palawan and Sulawesi) or many Pacific islands, although fossil remains have been recorded from New Caledonia.


Ducks Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

Eagle in Flight Ceramic Wall Tile
Bird Tiles

This is a decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring an eagle soaring in the springtime sky.
Clouds in the blue sky accent what snow remains in the clay colored mountains.
Another eagle can be seen flying in the distance.


Flying Eagle Ceramic Wall Tile
Bird Tiles

Bald Eagles are not actually bald, the name derives from an older meaning of "white headed". The adult is mainly brown with a white head and tail. It is found near large bodies of open water with an abundant food supply and old-growth trees for nesting.
This is a decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile for use in the bathroom or kitchen features an eagle in full wingspan over some hills.
His white tail is fully fanned.
The hills in the distance are a lavender tone.

Eagle Pair Ceramic Wall Tile
Bird Tiles

This is a decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring two eagles facing each other in the sky.
Blue sky and white fluffy clouds are the background.


Eagle Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

This is a decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile for use in the bathroom or kitchen features an eagle about to land on a tree branch.
In the background are rugged mountain peaks in blue, grey and white colors.

Finch Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

Finches are predominantly seed-eating songbirds. Most are native to the Northern Hemisphere. Most sing well and several are commonly seen cagebirds, foremost among these is the domesticated Canary.


Goldcrests Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

The Goldcrest is a very small passerine bird in the kinglet family. Its colorful golden crest feathers gives rise to its English and scientific names, and possibly to it being called the "king of the birds" in European folklore. The crown of the head has black sides and a narrow black front, and a bright crest, yellow with an orange centre in the male, and entirely yellow in the female. The crest is erected in display, making the distinctive orange stripe of the male much more conspicuous.

Goldfinch Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

The American Goldfinch, also known as the Eastern Goldfinch, is a small North American bird in the finch family. It is migratory, ranging from mid-Alberta to North Carolina during the breeding season, and from just south of the Canadian border to Mexico during the winter. The only finch in its subfamily that undergoes a complete molt, the American Goldfinch displays sexual dimorphism in its coloration; the male is a vibrant yellow in the summer and an olive color during the winter months, while the female is a dull yellow-brown shade which brightens only slightly during the summer. The male displays brightly colored plumage during the breeding season to attract a mate.


Hummingbird Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

Hummingbirds Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles


Long Tailed Tit Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

The Long-tailed Tit or Long-tailed Bushtit is a common bird found throughout Europe and Asia. This species has been described as a tiny (at only 13-15 cm in length, including its 7-9 cm tail), round-bodied tit with a short, stubby bill and a very long, narrow tail.

Mackaws Exotic Birds Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

Macaws are long-tailed, often colorful New World parrots. New World parrots are generally from the Americas where the Old World being from Africa and Asia. Proportionately larger beaks, long tails, and relatively bare, light-colored, medial (facial patch) areas distinguish Macaws.


Oriole Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

New World orioles, comprising the genus Icterus, are a group of birds in the blackbird family. They are not related to Old World orioles, which are in the family Oriolidae, but are strikingly similar in size, diet, behaviour and in their strongly contrasting plumage, and are a good example of convergent evolution.

Parrot Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles


Parrots in a Tree Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

Parrots are found on all tropical and subtropical continents including Australia and Oceania, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Central America, South America and Africa. By far the greatest number of parrot species come from Australasia and South America.

Road Runner Ceramic Wall Tile
Bird Tiles

The roadrunner is a fast-running bird that has a long tail and a crest. The bird is found in the southwestern United States and Mexico. The roadrunner is also called a chaparral bird and a chaparral cock. Some Road Runners have been clocked at 20 miles per hour and are usually found in the desert.


Robin Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

The American Robin, also known as the Robin or Common Robin, is a migratory songbird of the thrush family. It is named after the European Robin because of its reddish-orange breast, though the two species are not closely related, with the European robin belonging to the flycatcher family. The American Robin is widely distributed throughout North America, wintering from southern Canada to central Mexico and along the Pacific Coast. It is the state bird of Connecticut, Michigan, and Wisconsin. According to some sources, the American Robin ranks behind only the Red-winged Blackbird (and just ahead of the introduced European Starling) as the most abundant, extant land bird in North America.

Robins in a Bush Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

The European Robin, most commonly known in English speaking areas of Europe simply as the Robin is found across Europe, east to Western Siberia and south to North Africa. The male and female are similar in coloration, with an orange breast and face lined with grey, brown upperparts and a whitish belly. The larger American Robin is named for its similarity to the European Robin, but the two birds are not closely related.


Rooster Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

A rooster in the kitchen is said to bring good luck, health and prosperity.
The Rooster symbolizes intelligence, patience, trust, and bravery.
The characteristic of intelligence is attributed to the rooster's crest. When it eats, it shares its food with others, showing patience.
A rooster stays awake all night and cries at a certain time every morning, giving an impression of trust. Its fight until death is compared with bravery.
A decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring a single rooster.
Also known as fowl poultry and chicken.

Black Rooster Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles


Brown Rooster Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

Grey Rooster Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles


White Rooster Ceramic Wall Tile
Bird Tiles

Swan and Swanling Ceramic Wall Tiles
Bird Tiles

The swans are the largest members of the waterfowl family Anatidae, and are among the largest flying birds. The largest species, including the mute swan, trumpeter swan, and whooper swan, can reach length of over 60 inches and weigh over 33 pounds. Their wingspans can be almost 10 feet. Young swans are known as swanlings or as cygnets.
A decorative ceramic porcelain wall tile mural for use in the bathroom or kitchen featuring a white Swan and eight cygnets on a blue pond or laks.
Two pink water lilies and some grass accent the scene.


Titmouse Ceramic Wall Tile
Bird Tiles

The Tufted Titmouse is a small songbird from North America, a species in the tit and chickadee family. The song is usually described as a whistled peter-peter-peter. Tufted Titmice nest in a hole in a tree, either a natural cavity or sometimes an old woodpecker nest.

Wrens Ceramic Wall Tile
Bird Tiles

There are approximately 80 species of true wrens. Most wrens are small and rather inconspicuous, except for their loud and often complex songs. Wrens are principally a New World Family, distributed from Alaska and Canada to southern Argentina.


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