This video of bowerbirds will make you smile. I promise.
I learned about bowerbirds from Anne, a landscape designer and lover of nature, who lives in California. According to Anne, male bowerbirds build "elaborate stick structures, called bowers, which they decorate with colorful and shiny objects, including berries, flowers, and even ballpoint pens, drinking straws and other discarded plastic items." So Anne had the awesome idea of inviting people to use the bowerbird as inspiration for designing a room with Olioboard. I never used Olioboard before, but it's free and easy and way too much fun. I made a bowerbird inspiration board for a solarium.
You can see more bowerbird inspiration on Anne's blog via: