A Framed Birdcage
Rhoda at Southern Hospitality Blog has used a birdcage in a way probably no one could think of. She has used half of a birdcage painted aqua and has framed it to become the part of the gallery wall display in her living room.
A Storage for Books
The Pleated Poppy has a wonderful idea for book worms who have already lined a wall or two with bookcases and still need a storage solution. Simply find a big birdcage that has enough space to store at least 10 to 15 books.
A Birdcage Planter
Donna at An Enchanted Cottage has shared a lovely way to upcycle an old birdcage. Let an old birdcage give a home to another life though not a bird but plants still live and grow and will make you happy when you will see them.
An Easter Egg Display
Image via: Adventures in Decorating
A Whimsical Lamp
Pam at DIY Design Fanatic has created a whimsical lamp using an old birdcage. She spray painted the birdcage and then added a string of lights to it and the result is in front of you.
A Desk Organizer
Karen at The Salvaged Boutique found an old birdcage and she knew she had to convert it into a beauteous desk organizer. She painted the birdcage in a wonderful shade of green and then added dowels and plywood boards to become the shelving. Absolutely marvelous work Karen!
A Candle and Greenery Display Inside a Birdcage
Image via: Sand and Sisal Blog