Birdcages serve as graceful table centrepieces. This example shows a beautiful design that brings up an idea of keeping songbirds that go back many centuries in China.
There is something special about adding a bird cage into the decor mix of a room – it’s like informal bohemian vibe, the Victorian feel, kind of steampunk touch. Here are some ideas to use a bird cage for décor.
- For lighting. House candles or stuff a bird cage with a strand of string lights.
- Just décor. You can find a gorgeous vintage bird cage, and it would be a great décor piece in itself – next to a potted plant or a vintage mirror frame. Maybe you can put some antique books inside a large bird cage – it’ll be a great idea.
- There are also stands and flat racks that are in the shape of a bird cage. The flat ones can be used to hang up photographs, or to hang and organize your jewelry in your bedroom.
- Birdcages make great housing for plants – no matter, natural or artificial ones.
- if you are looking to create a centerpiece arrangement, a bird cage can be used as an elegant accessory just like the table centerpiece.
- Outdoors, a bird cage can be used as a hanging planter or bohemian decor piece.
Decorative bird cages could definitely bring a rustic vibe to any space.
You can use a bird cage to make a beautiful DIY pendant light in industrial style.
A cage could become a shabby chic pendant light fixture.
Put some glass ornaments and hang them where the sun could shine thru them.
Stuff topiaries inside.
Perfect for beautiful centerpieces.
A birdcage could act as a beautiful jewelry display stand where you can hang your collection of necklaces and beads.
A little bird cage is an interesting alternative to a candle lantern.
A small bird cage is a perfect housing for a succulent.
You can even organize a vertical garden from them.
It could house a faux grapevine.
It'd be a perfect company for a vintage mirror.
Several christmas tree ornaments would make it a part of your holiday decor.
You could mount a clock mechanism on the bottom of a cage and hang it high. It'd be much cooler idea than a simple wall clock.
A nice holder for other vintage finds.
A creative alternative to a traditional vase.
Several bird cages from a yard sale could become a cool faux chandelier. To make it cute use some awesome ribbons to hang them.
Use as a piece of decor to make a contemporary interior more interesting and creative.
Several bird cages and bunch of candles could provide enough lighting for a romantic dinner.
Turning a cage into a punch station is great idea for a summer party.
Small vases with fresh flowers would fit almost any birdcage.
Combining a vintage bird cage filled with vintage books looks perfect in combination with topiaries.
Put some moss, flower petals and candles into a bird cage and it'd become an awesome hanging or standing centerpieces.
Yes, it can be a mobile candle holder.
As a part of your Holiday decor stuff some Christmas lights into a cage and light them up!
Yes, you can make a vintage towel holder from a bird cage.
A faux birdcage would become a perfect holder for family photos.
A bunch of real or faux roses would look amazing in a bird cage. It's a great idea for any kind of decorating.