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. 2010 01 14 13.40.35 Birdcages

These birdcage wall decals take the place of artwork above this fabulous black upholstered sofa. 

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birdcage via veiltales wordpress Birdcages 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. bird cage light via morewaystowastetime blogspot Birdcages

birdcages via perfectbound blogspot Birdcages 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.  2010 02 15 11.17.16 Birdcages

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.

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DSC 3218 Birdcages 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.

Photo Credits:  Kristie Barnett (1,6-8), StyleHive, MoreWaysToWasteTime, PerfectBound, VeilTales.

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  1. I’m into birds now too…

  2. Love the London ones with the Asian flair and the decals would be a great idea for decorating a doom room and your dinner looked lovely!

  3. I don’t live in your area, but I would love to purchase some of the black metal birdcages that you used. The picture of the ones I like has three birdcages each with a candle with a picture of a birds on it. Please send me this info.


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