Monday, March 2, 2015

Decorating for the Birds

There's just something intriguing about bird cages.

They are all the rage in decorating these days.

There's one on our enclosed side porch adorned with apricot colored roses.

If spring ever comes, I'll be able to get out there to see it again.

In the Red Lion Inn Gift Shop, in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, several bird cages, seen in this post, hang from the ceiling.

There are strings of white lights around them and they look so picturesque.

Couldn't help but snap photos of them.



carolann said...

I can see big bird in there like

parrots but small birds hardly unless you have like 15 or so flying inside. I seen them in Mexico while I was there with parrots in and out sitting on the

I like the decoration of them though.

I guess people use them for other purposes. Do you know what they are used for?

Thanks for sharing.

carolann said...

Sorry I did see you explained what they are used for. Thank you.

Kamyria said...

We have a decorative bird cage hanging in the corner of our master bedroom. I love that cage. I've never kept a bird inside the house though.

Stephanie said...

Fabulous bird cages! Thanks for sharing with us...may you have a beautiful week! Hugs!

Linda @ A La Carte said...

I have used bird cages before but not currently. Love the hanging from the ceiling!

Marta said...

Hello from Spain: I like the decoration of them. Great idea. I have not any in muy house, keeo in touch

Chatty Crone said...

I do like them and have seen them in other places - I don't have any however...

Joyful said...

Enjoyed looking at the pretty bird cages.

Rick Watson said...

My grandmother had parakeets when I was a child. She had a beautiful birdcage that she covered with a towel each night so Peppy would go to sleep :)
I hadn't thought of that and years.

Babs said...

One of themappears rusty on the bottom.Were they antiques?

agatek said...

Hello from Poland :)
I agree that there's something intriguing about bird cages.

Linda O'Connell said...

I have half a small birdcage hanging on a wall with greenery. I noticed a cardinal and blue jay yesterday in the back yard.

Lady Linda said...

Hi Susan, yes, I do love antique bird cages. I have one on the top of my hutch. I put one of those light up branches in mine and it goes on every evening. Hope spring comes someday to NE!

Denise said...

Yes, I have smaller ones though. The biggest one is next to My bed.I think they look lovely.Sounds like a wonderful hotel : )

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