Monday, June 29, 2009

Bird Cage beauty!

I love the look of bird cages being used in interior design, accessories and art. A recent blog discovery of mine Style Carrot features the most amazing bird cage finds that i just had to share them with you! Check out these beauties-

Interiors:







Wallpaper:

Wallpaper credits: Target; Etsy ChuckEByrd Wall Art decal; Walnut Wallpaper; Parakeet Bird Cage custom vintage at Design Your Walls; Totally Home; Harry’s Garden by Louis Brody Wallprints.

Cushions:
Pillow credits: Etsy; Ferm Living; Etsy.

Necklaces:

Jewelry credits: Etsy roscata; Etsy pinkdragonfly98; Etsy StarfishStratagie.


36 comments:

  1. I love that second wallpaper! There is something so darkly intriguing (for me) about a bird cage... They're so beautiful but so restrictive...

    You have such a gorgeous blog.

    Bambola x

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  2. These antique looking birdcages are wonderful. Especially since they're not caging birds inside! I was looking after two canaries over the weekend and I overcompensated for their lack of freedom by buying them too many toys and feeding them too many apples.

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  3. me too! it's so beaurtiful!
    the first interior is so magical!
    bisous

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  4. I've always loved and wanted bird cages. All those wallpapers are so wonderful!

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  5. All these interiors are really cool!

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  6. i don't have a subscription, ma and pa came back from au today with it. so lovely. x

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  7. They're fantastic!
    I've been on the look-out for a vintage bird cage for a couple of months now!!!!

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  8. i love the very first photo. i would love to live there :) love this post! x

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  9. i love bird cages too... but only when there are no birds in them because that's just too sad.

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  10. I love this! I especially like the interiors photos!

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  11. Oh wonderful! I love birdcages and these pictures make me so happy!
    thank you for posting these :)

    Have a great day!
    MJ
    xx

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  12. Beautiful objects. I love the homes.

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  13. I love the wallpapers, they're adorable! x

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  14. I am in love with those cushions!

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  15. I LOVE that necklace from Etsy Roscata!
    just as al the interiors (:
    love, Evelien

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  16. i love birdcages! they are so classic! thank you for such a beautiful post.

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  17. aw your blog is always just so sweet! love it!

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  18. This is crazy that you posted these pics! im totally going through a bird cage faze. haha love your blog you have so many great and inspiring posts!!

    http://thebeautyofesape.blogspot.com

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  19. lovely! i have the bird cage curtains in my room that match the curision on etsy. i love them. :)

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  20. Everything in this post is amazing! I recently scored a couple cool bird cages from a closing out sale (99¢ each!) and have been looking for a little inspiration for ways to incorporate them into my house!

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  21. Thanks for sharing those gorgeous photos.=D I like the second photo on the second row.So cool! Have a good day.=D

    Travel and Living
    Jobhuntpinoy

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  22. ahh the wallpaper is perfect~!

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  23. i love bird cages as well . my grandpa used to have so many birds .they look nice on their own too ... if they look sort of vintage

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  24. Totally agree, there is something very romantic about bird cages.
    Beth xx

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  25. Oh, more divinely inspiring posts as ever! Your discoveries always hearten me. I'm so sorry, I forgot to let you know my address for your CD! If it isn't too much trouble, I would adore to hear it - I'm Caroline Gellatly, St Catharine's College, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, CB2 1RL, England - let me know if you need anything for postage as it's going international! xx

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  26. inspiring! thanks for sharing.

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  27. What is it about birdcages? They're so pretty! Love this post.

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  28. oh i wish i could find an antique birdcage to put in my room! i might even consider getting an actual bird.

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  29. this is a fabulous post! i love birdcages - i dont know what it is about them that gives off this little magical mystery - but i love them :)

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  31. Proper Parrot Cage

    Birds might have small brains, however they are very intelligent beings that require stimulation most of the waking hours. You will wish to get parrot out of parrot cage many times in a day to play with. But, you cannot play with that every time and it is proven that to have bird toys reduces bird's tendency to the bad habits like nipping or else screeching. If you rotate toys frequently, five to six toys must be fine. You would like to see that your parrot doesn’t get bored.

    Now let us get to specific bird toys that you will wish to get and bird toys will not have to be very expensive. Actually, few household goods will make acceptable toys. Birds like saying with the cardboard rolls from the paper towels or else wrapping paper. They like to play with the paper & plastic frayed jugs of milk. Birds play with some baby toys like rattles & wooden balls and all toys should be toxic free.

    You would like to ensure that you get very good birdcages for parrot. You can decide where you will put your parrot cage; get idea of how large it should be. Also you will have to put somewhere that you enjoy hanging out, so bird is with you whenever you are at home. Purchase metal
    parrot cages
    , and ensure that all wires are unbroken and are in very good shape. Metal cages are easiest to clean and they are most economical. Check to ensure that parrot cannot get head stuck between bars. Parrots like square cages to round cages so they will snuggle up in corner to sleep.

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  32. i started my birdcage collection a while ago....my new home is going to have a few of them! i just can't get enough. love them....love the symbolism too. to me, they're more than just a place for birds to live.

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