Simple yet Beautiful
Are you looking for a DIY way to spice up your garden or liven up an indoor space? Birdcage planters are the perfect way to do so and are a really fun and innovative decoration that can adapt to any space. Essentially, these hanging floral decorations are bird cages that have been transformed into flower pots. They are able to take different types of plants — from succulents to different types of seasonal flowers — and are really easy to make.
All it takes to make one of these decorative bird cages is three simple steps. Before you get started, make sure that the bird cage is clean and free of rust and that all of the bolts and screws have been tightened. It also might be a good idea to paint the birdcage so that it matches your space.Step 1: Put a layer of moss at the bottom of the birdcage. Step 2: Line the moss with a layer of soil. You can also add water-retaining gel granules which will help protect your plant from dry spells. Step 3: Fit your plants gently in the soil. If you have planted succulents, adding a layer of rock or sand on top of the soil might be a nice touch.
Birdcage planters are a great way to get creative and personalize a space, no matter how big or small! They have become increasingly popular lately because of their ability to enrich large garden or patio areas as well as smaller city balconies or indoor apartment spaces. On top of that, they are are a really cheap DIY option: if you don’t have an old birdcage lying around, you’ll probably be able to find an affordable one at a second hand store or a local yard sale. Bird cage decor will give your space a rich, homey vibe all the while adapting to the specific style and design of your space.