22 Decorative Bird Cages – Repurposed And Improved

Bird cages are interesting home accessories and have a ton of other functions apart from the main one. In other words, they’re not just for birds. Decorative bird cages can be used as accessories around the house and can be turned in all sorts of fun and unique accent pieces, including light fixtures, centerpieces or planters.

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A painted bird cage is excellent if you want to add a splash of color to your home. You can display by the fireplace, maybe even on the mantel if there’s room, on a table or you can hang it from the ceiling.

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Is it a bird cage or is it a chandelier? Well, it’s both. It’s a bird cage turned into a light fixture. Such an accent piece can be hung from the ceiling in a reading corner and it would look absolutely amazing.{found on plandesigngroup}.

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How about some mood lighting for the bedroom? A small bird cage looks similar to one of those old-fashioned lanterns so you can use that as inspiration. All you need is the bird cage and a large candle.

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Apart from turning the cage into a light fixtures, there are other interesting ideas to be explored. For example, a bird cage may turn out to be a lovely accessory for your home office or desk. You’ll need to modify it a little bit. Or you can simply use the concept and the shape, not the actual bird cage.

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We’ve mentioned that you can turn bird cages into planters. Here’s how they’d look like in that case. It’s a really cool idea for green houses or for your home in general.

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A decorative bird cage would make a wonderful accessory for a patio, terrace or garden. You can hang it from a tree or from the ceiling and put some candles inside. Super casual and bohemian.

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A bunch of rustic bird cages can look really cool in the bedroom. Here, they even have their own special place and they stand out but you can find a bunch of other ways to display them.{found on inspireddwellings}.

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Make a bird cage chandelier and display it in the entrance hall. That’s sure to impress everyone who enters your home. The chandelier looks especially beautiful here because of the double barrel vaulted ceiling.

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These pendant lights don’t really resemble birdcages that much. They provide a soft glow reminiscent of fireflies caught in mason jars and that’s a very cool idea for rustic living rooms for example but also for bedrooms of any kind.

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Keep the cages more or less original if you want to take advantage of their design and rustic charm. You can use them as decorative fixtures for the dining room and you can combine various shapes.

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How about a bird cage pendant lamp for your home office? That would really help personalize the space. You can decorate it with tiny ornamental birds if you’d like.

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On the nightstand, since there’s not a lot of space to work with, you can display a tiny bird cage painted in a color that matches some of the other accessories in the room. You can put a small candle inside or simply use it as an ornament.{found on insidestorydesign}.

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A bird cage light fixture would look exceptionally beautiful and unique in the bathroom. Since this room doesn’t really offer much options in terms of personalization, this is an excellent idea that allows you to add your own twist to the décor and mix function with style.

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A bird cage can also be used as a centerpiece for the dining table. Paint it a color that will stand out in the room and feel free to customize it however you want. Inside the cage you can put plants, candles and whatever else you want.

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Want your kitchen to feel more inviting? Make your own bird cage light fixtures. The cage would simply be the shade and if you want the light to be soft you can cover them with fabric for example. However, it’s best to keep things simple and safe.{found on pursleydixon}.

Bird cage wedding centerpieces.

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Bird cages are bohemian and romantic by nature and their cute and charming character lets you turn them into unique centerpieces and decorations for your wedding. If you’re planning an outdoor wedding for example, hand bird cages from branches of the trees. Who knows, maybe some birds will actually find them appealing.

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This one-of-a-kind centerpiece is made from two identical bird cages. They’re decorated with flowers and you can ask guests to write down a message and drop in here.

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Of course, you can actually put the bird cages on the tables. Decorate them with flowers and use them as centerpieces. You can also attach the table numbers to the cage.

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This is a really awesome idea. A bunch of bird cages of all sorts of shapes and sizes were turned into lanterns and they form a stunning display.{found on noivaseetc}.

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If you’d like, you can paint the bird cages white to match your wedding décor. This way the flowers will look brighter and more colorful as well.{found on etsy}.

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This bird cage centerpiece looks like a tiny house and it even has a number. The flowers are trapped inside, looking out the windows.

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Large bird cages take up a lot of space if you use them as centerpieces for the wedding tables. You can try to find small cages which would look even cuter.{found on stylemepretty}.