Decorating with bird cages

Gone are the days when bird cages were used to imprison hapless birds.  The bird cage has now been transformed into a showcase for flowers, books, wedding favours and candles.  Creative designers are improvising by creating bird cage lamps and flower settings.  Do you have a bird cage stored somewhere in your garage?  Why not give it a fresh coat of paint and transform it into a decor object?  For inspiration, all you need is to scroll down….keep scrolling, friend.

Vintage birdcages with fading paint as rustic decor accessories
Vintage birdcages with fading paint as rustic decor accessories

 

Birdcages repurposed as garden lamps.
Birdcages repurposed as garden lamps.

 

Whimsical decor with clap sheep placed inside birdcages.
Whimsical decor with clap sheep placed inside birdcages.

 

A beautifully crafted birdcage holds pink blossoms - wedding decor idea.
A beautifully crafted birdcage holds pink blossoms – wedding decor idea.

 

Pink roses in a beautiful vintage birdcage - a wedding decor idea
Pink roses in a beautiful vintage birdcage – a wedding decor idea

 

A freshly painted birdcage used as garden decor.
A freshly painted birdcage used as garden decor.

 

Birdcage used as an outdoor candle holder.
Birdcage used as an outdoor candle holder.

 

An elaborate birdcage repurposed into a vintage lamp.
An elaborate birdcage repurposed into a vintage lamp.
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