10+ Sources for Modern Wind Chimes

Lately I've been thinking of adding something else: a set of modern wind chimes!
My Search for Modern Wind Chimes & All the Best Sources! #windchimes #windchime #outdoordecor #patiodecor #patio #deck #outdoorspace

Our patio that we made over for One Room Challenge last year is still such an awesome space. We literally use it every day in the spring, summer, and fall. Here’s the thing though: our tiny bungalow is on a corner and one of the streets is a main thoroughfare. Because of this, we get a lottt of street noise. We added a fountain to help drown it out, but lately I’ve been thinking of adding something else: a set of modern wind chimes! As usual, I did my deep dive online and found tons of great sources that I wanted to share with you in case you’re on the search, too.

sources: disc chimes by Pigeon Toe Ceramics
My Search for Modern Wind Chimes & All the Best Sources! #windchimes #windchime #outdoordecor #patiodecor #patio #deck #outdoorspace

My Search for Modern Wind Chimes & All the Best Sources!

  1. handmade ushas dawn chime
  2. iron wind chime bells
  3. driftwood, sea glass, and shells hanging wind chime
  4. blue gradient capiz hanging line wind chimes
  5. light blue mini capiz wind chime
  6. temple bells wind chime
  7. wood circles wind chimes
  8. white ceramic wind chimes
  9. Parisian cowbell wind chime

I guess describing a wind chime as ‘modern’ can be up for interpretation. Most of the ones I’ve seen have very coastal, beach house inspired looks. That vibe is totally fine with me, but it doesn’t always complement our existing outdoor decor. I included a few modern wind chimes that have sea glass, capiz shells, and driftwood for this reason. My absolute favorites are the ones that mix metal and ceramic though!

My Search for Modern Wind Chimes & All the Best Sources! #windchimes #windchime #outdoordecor #patiodecor #patio #deck #outdoorspace

As I’ve searched for this traditional outdoor decor staple, I can’t help but want to mix and match different options for a variety of sounds. I love the idea of mixing the tones made by ceramic and metal. What do you think?

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