Happy National Pet Bird Day! I’ve never had a pet bird myself, but for a year in college, my roommate had one. It flew away, and I’m thinking the reason was because it didn’t have a fancy bird cage to nest in. If I did happen to have a pet bird, you can bet I’d check out the amazing options out there when it comes to fancy bird cages. There are some amazing ones! And if you happen to be shopping for your special someone and they don’t have (or want) a pet bird, you can also get some really cool decorative ones. I’ve seen people decorate with fancy bird cages, and they can look amazing. I’ve found some of my favorites, but if you have a bird cage you love, please share!
This may be the most epic bird cage I’ve ever seen! Like I would want to live in this Victorian house if I were a bird. It comes with front steps and a chimney and a darling little turret. Make your special someone’s bird very happy with this gem!
If the Victorian home isn’t quite your thing, but you’re still in the market for fancy bird cages, then this scrollwork one is simple, useful, and just the right amount of fanciness. It’ll look great and not take up too much space, making it the perfect home for your special someone’s pet bird.
If you’re leaning more toward the “my special someone doesn’t have or want a bird” side of things, then this antique white bird cage is really kind of perfect. This would look great in almost any home. You could fill it with a candle, flowers, some sort of statuette. The options are endless!
Back to the serious fancy bird cages, this colorful aviary is for the serious bird owner. It stands on the floor, so make sure your special someone has the perfect place to put it. Maybe you could go with this one AND a pet bird or two 🙂
If again you’re thinking decorative is the right way to go, this spiral staircase candle holder bird cage is an amazing decoration. Light up the room with some ambiance with this very cool home accessory. Made of iron and room for seven tea lights. It would be great for indoor or outdoor use.