Jackson MS Outdoor Furniture Handmade Birdhouses Online Gift Shop Launched

A wide selection of outdoor furniture and decor items have been launched by Incidental Treasures. The online gift store based in Jackson, MS offers a unique selection of patio furniture and handmade bird feeders.

Jackson, United States - December 7, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Incidental Treasures have announced their launch of a wide selection of outdoor items for the patio, lawn and garden. The Jackson, MS based gift shop’s range includes a unique selection of handmade birdhouses and feeders.

For more information, please visit the website here: http://www.incidentaltreasures.com

Incidental Treasures is an online gift shop based out of Jackson, MS that offers their customers a wide selection of high quality gifts for the home and garden. They explain that their gifts will arrive on time and in style offering recipients years of enjoyment.

The company has announced the launch of their outdoor selections. The range includes a variety of outdoor furniture, ornaments and activity items to help people enjoy their outdoor space.

Their patio furniture range includes benches, stools, hammocks, patio chairs, patio sets and patio tables in a variety of sizes and styles. One example of their patio sets is the Chic Iron Bistrot set which brings Parisian glamour to a patio or sun spot on a balcony. The set features black wrought iron detailing and elegant scrolling.

Incidental Treasures also offer their customers a unique selection of handmade birdhouse and feeders in various styles. The birdhouses are available in a range of styles which allow for hanging or placing on the patio freestanding meaning there is a style suitable for all sizes of garden or balcony.

One example of their handmade bird houses is the Beach Hangout Birdhouse which has a fun beach bar design complete with a straw roof, bringing summer vibes to the garden all year round.

Other products in the vast outdoor range include picnic, BBQ, sports and camping products to help enjoy the garden as an extra room to the house. They also stock a range of practical items such as doormats, key hiders, storage solutions and much more.

Those wishing to find out more about Incidental Treasures can visit their website on the link provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: Reginald Givhan
Email: Send Email
Organization: Incidental Treasures, LLC
Address: P. O. Box 59597, Jackson, MS 39284, United States
Phone: +1-877-273-5016
Website: http://www.IncidentalTreasures.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88938118

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