We’re pretty big fans of birdcages here at The Inspiration Seekers headquarters. And no, we don’t use them to house actual birds. Birdcages have been popping up in a lot of shelter magazines as of late, I suppose its because they add an unexpected touch of whimsy to any space. I have one displayed right by our foyer while C has one hanging in her daughter Little Ms. M’s room. Great for both indoors and outdoors, bird cages posses a certain rustic charm that goes well with most interiors. Here we rounded up some of our favorite ways to display birdcages:
By keeping everything clean and simple, the antique birdcage takes centerstage in this calm and soothing vignette.
A collection of bircages look lovely displayed on top of a pair of oriental cabinets.
Blue and white painted ceramics inside the bircage, perfectly pick up the lovely pattern of the vase.
The long and narrow birdcage gives the right height to the vignette behind the couch. To add visual interst, books and other objets were placed inside.
The wrought iron birdcage makes a great light fixture in this bold and colorful nursery.
When hung as a group, assorted birdcages are the perfect accessory to a rustic affair.
Pretty greens add a pop of color to a distressed metal birdcage.
A variety of bircages propped on a wall make a gorgeous statement oudoors.
Step into the trend with L’Indochine’s hand painted birdcages from Indonesia. These brightly colored cages look lovely displayed as a group or solo. Bonus Tip: Remove the hook and install a pendant light, they make lovely overhead light fixtures as well!
Do you have bircages im your home? How do you display them?