Turn Vintage Birdcages Into Elegant Hanging Planters For The Garden

Ever since I started collecting plants, I've been interested in using unique planters — not that there's anything wrong with using a plain planter.

But, if you can introduce something more special into your decor, whether it's indoor or outdoor, it's all good in my book. So, when I heard that people are turning old birdcages into planters, I was very intrigued.

When you think about it, a bird cage serves as a perfect vehicle to grow some plants, no?

It has big enough space that you can easily grow at least one awesome plant, if not a few. Take a look at this.

What did I tell you? Is this cool or what?

Imagine hanging something as nice as this in your garden? Oh my goodness, I absolutely love it. I wish I kept my old birdcage from when I was a kid!

On second thought, my old birdcage wasn't as pretty as this one.

So, I suppose I should make a trip to a thrift store to look for some. I hope I can find one that looks vintage. That would be perfect for our garden.

You can even take your bird cage indoors.

What do you think of an idea like this one? I think this would look so nice in the bedroom or even the living room. These succulents are so perfect for it — I love it!

Here's a similar idea:

I don't know why I haven't thought of this before. I've always loved hanging planters, and now I realize that an upcycled birdcage is so fitting for this project. Aren't you glad I told you about it?

Check out this adorable one here. Isn't it super cute?

I love that extra touch with the butterfly. This birdcage is something that's right up my alley. I would love to create a fun little scene like this. What do you think?

Okay, this is seriously beautiful.

Now that I see so many cool ideas, I'm really looking forward to finding a suitable birdcage for my plants. I would kill to be able to find one that's this amazing. How fun are these, huh?

These beautiful outdoor planters are giving me the coolest vibes.

Isn't this the perfect idea to elevate the look of your garden? Once the flowers are in full bloom, they look so pretty. This birdcage is such a stunning idea.

Have you ever used an old bird cage as a flowerplanter?

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If this is the first time you're seeing this idea, I'm curious to know what you think of it. I would do this in a heartbeat. Now, I need to find a pretty birdcage ASAP!