Cuprinol build ‘Peckingham Palace’ bird box

By on Saturday, April 28, 2012

Wood preservative isn’t the sexiest of products to PR.  However, Cuprinol is great at getting in the papers, proven by its Shed of the Year campaign, and their latest creation, a bird box replicating Buckingham Palace, to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

A Cuprinol flag flies full mast from 'Peckingham Palace’, positioned on a large Union Jack feeding area.

Aptly named ‘Peckingham Palace’, the royal bird box features the same pillars, arches and the famous balcony as the real thing.  An internet connection has also been installed for the ‘Tweetdeck’ that automatically tweets @PeckinghamTweet every time a bird lands or takes off from the palace.

Source: Evening Standard

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