I have a great idea for you, use bird-themed decorations in your home. This post is a complete guide to ‘this is how to use birds when decorating your home’. These ideas to add feathered friends to your home are for year round home décor in every room.
Use Birds When Decorating Your Home – For Every Season
Bird lovers unite – we can use birds and bird themed items throughout our home for every season.
In the winter I absolutely adore these vintage bird shaped Christmas lights I found while thrifting. I used them to perch on my mantel but they would be equally as cute perched in your Christmas tree.
In the spring I use birds and bird theme items everywhere! In this tiered tray I used a small pastel bird figurine in a nest made from a button box and shredded paper.
Or this Valentine’s Day tiered tray golden swans were added to this pink, gold, and white colored tray celebrating love.
In this vignette for the fall an owl vintage flash card was added to the mushroom theme cloche and unique amber bottles.
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Use Birds When Decorating Your Home – Repurpose A Bird Cage
A repurposed bird cage is a great way to add a bird theme to any room.
Repurpose a bird cage to use in your home:
- in a garden – add in a flower pot and plant succulents, moss and ivy, or hang them with battery operated candles inside.
- as a cloche for every season, add flowers in spring, bottle brush trees in winter, pumpkins in the fall and patriotic or beach decor in the summer
- as a centerpiece – place on a cake stand, place themed items from your table décor inside like vintage hymnal scrolls
- at a party – use for cards on the gift table, place miniature cages down the middle of a long table as a centerpiece
- Look at the color choices you find in your home and paint a bright color to match
- repurpose as a light fixture like I did in my half bathroom
Use Birds When Decorating Your Home – In The Living Room
Your living room gives you the perfect spot to use items with bird motifs. Bird nests, faux or DIY, can be added to vignettes, in cloches, and centerpieces. Small eggs in neutral tones or pastels can be added to the bird’s nest too.
Add a bird print to a vintage gallery wall.
Create a gallery wall with this technique, using book pages and dollar store frames.
Add in a bird book to a vignette, a shelf, or a mantel.
Small Decor Pieces I use in Vignettes, Tiered Trays, Centerpieces and more
Nests & Eggs, Bottles, Animals, And More – Click On Pictures To See More
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Use Birds When Decorating Your Home – In The Kitchen
Stacks of plates can be added to a birdcage on your kitchen counters for unique storage or decoration. Bird images can be found on all types of kitchen necessities like plates, cups, serving dishes and jars.
Use Birds When Decorating Your Home – Bird Figurines
One of the easiest ways to add a bird theme to your home decor is with birds, obviously! You can purchase colorful birds, pastel birds, white or black birds. The bird figurines can be ceramic, wood or glass. And it is so easy to add these to your displays. Since they are so small you can even add them to your bedside table or other small surface like a shelf.
Use Birds When Decorating Your Home – For Functionality
Birds can be found on wallpaper, created as furniture knobs and fashioned as wall hooks.
I created this hanger from a piece of wood from this project (no additional cost to me!) and bird hooks from the hobby lobby. I use it for my jewelry but wall hooks like these can be used in the kitchen for towels and potholders, in the entryway for jackets and purses, or for décor like this botanical print.
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