|If you follow my blog, you know I love decorating with birds, nests, birdcages, and bird paraphenalia in general. Well, I keep seeing birdcages everywhere! Saw this one in a storefront in Green Hills Mall.|
These birdcage wall decals take the place of artwork above this fabulous black upholstered sofa.
|What a lovely way to decorate a bare wall - painted wooden birdcages in any number of colors.|
|These hanging light fixtures are heavily influenced by the birdcage trend – especially with the bird-embossed candles inside them.|
|Do you notice how they are often grouped to create more impact? Remember, an odd number of a thing is more pleasing to the eye – so group in threes or fives.|
|I snapped a photo of these birdcages I saw in an antique shop in London. These particular ones had an Asian flair.|
This vintage birdcage is a treasure I scored at my neighbor’s yard sale a few years ago. It inspired a whole dinner theme, which I blogged about here.
|I recently bought this large birdcage at a consignment store for a client. We’ve been working on a “Flights of Fancy” themed bedroom for her young daughter, and I thought we could create a hanging light fixture out of this. It looked pretty shabby chic before, in a worn butter yellow color. It ended up being too large for the intended purpose, so I decided to keep it for myself – it’s hard to find decorative birdcages this large anymore! Anyway, I painted it with Ralph Lauren’s Highgate from their Regency Metallics line (for another Regency Metallics project, look here). I love how much bolder and more fun it is now.|