Last week I featured some clever birdhouse projects and since I’m on a roll with the theme, I thought I’d keep it going with birdcages. Whether they’re modern or antique, wooden or metal, birdcages can be charming home accessories, even if you don’t have any feathered friends. Check out these birdcage decor ideas for inspired ways to revamp a roost.
Birdcage –> Centerpiece
Here’s one for the love birds out there: Use birdcages as eclectic wedding centerpieces. Simply fill them with blooms in your wedding colors and place them anywhere you need a little more romance, like the guest book signing table shown above.
Birdcage –> Bathroom Accent
Bathrooms can be bland, but introducing an accent like a birdcage creates an unexpected focal point to tie the space together. This example from Sarah’s House looks so pretty perched atop a hutch.
Birdcage –> Floor Lamp
Pairing a thrift-store birdcage with a chandelier to create a floor lamp is a bright idea. As seen on DIYNetwork.com, this one is a little rustic, a little glam and wholly unique.
Birdcage –> Container Garden
Birdcages look more festive with colorful flowers peeking through the bars. Throw one into the mix with some birdhouse planters for a stunning, low-budget container garden.
Birdcage –> Chandelier
A little birdie told me that birdcages make excellent chandeliers. (Okay, not really, but the whimsical pink example in this girls’ room by Susie Fougerousse proves my point.)
Which birdcage decor idea is the best, bar none? And do you have more creative uses for birdcages? Share them in the comments below!