Decor ~ Birdcage Muse

Décor

There is something exceptional about adding a bird cage into the ornamentation mix of a room – it’s like informal bohemian vibe, the Victorian flavour, kind of steam-punk match. Here are some ideas to use a bird cage for décor.

  1. For lighting. House candles or stuff a bird cage with a strand of string lights.
  2. Just décor. You can find a gorgeous vintage bird cage, and it would be a great décor piece in itself – next to a potted plant or a vintage mirror frame. Maybe you can put some antique books inside a large bird cage – it’ll be a great idea.
  3. There are also stands and flat racks that are in the shape of a bird cage. The flat ones can be used to hang up photographs, or to hang and organize your jewelry in your bedroom.
  4. Birdcages make great housing for plants – no matter, natural or artificial ones.
  5. if you are looking to create a centerpiece arrangement, a bird cage can be used as an elegant accessory just like the table centerpiece.
  6. Outdoors, a bird cage can be used as a hanging planter or bohemian decor piece.

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I have been really busy lately, so I haven’t had a chance to go out for leisure and shopping but I truly enjoy handpicking a couple of them online. Although even just skimming through them, I found so many pretty cages I want to own to add to my collection.

I tried to order two Birdcages off of one of one of my favorite online stores that sell Vintage products, they were about Rs. 2900 each (I wanted to order 2 cages), with shipping, the cost came to over Rs. 6000! That is insane! 33 (3) bb

Now you know why these cages made me so happy.
Is there anything that has made you happy lately?

 

 

 

Launched: Online Cashback Shopping Portal in India

About

I feel very privileged to introduce you to our Indian Online Cash-back Shopping Mall launched with several hundred merchants and expects to increase the number of participating online stores over the next several months. The Indian Mall includes many recognizable local Indian merchants including Flipkart, Jabong, Myntra, Amazon, CBazaar and BOOKadda as well global brand name merchants that ship to India including Bloomingdales, Sears and WWEShop. In addition, the Indian Mall includes many important travel-related sites such as Expedia.co.in, Yatra.com, MakeMyTrip, Emirates and Priceline. The Indian Mall offers a wide variety of vouchers, coupons and promotions available exclusively to Indian consumers.

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Michael Hansen, DubLi’s Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer commented, “India is not only an important and growing world economy but also a thriving online market, third only to China and the US by Internet usage statistics. It is estimated that by 2015, 828 million Indians will be under the age of 35; a segment that spends 16% of their disposable income online.”

Mr. Hansen continued, “With rising standards of living and the vast growth of a mobile middle class with higher disposable incomes, eCommerce in India expected to triple over the next three years making this market a natural and important extension towards expanding DubLi’s global footprint. When determining our strategic growth plans, DubLi considers strong economic potential as well as consumer behavior. Currently, 75% of India’s eCommerce market is derived through the travel category and online retail favors apparel and consumer electronics, all of which are key strategic segments for DubLi. We look forward to serving Indian consumers with DubLi’s online Cash-back travel and shopping mall portals and are encouraged by the potential of the Indian market.”

Register here: http://www.dubli.com/T0US15R1Y

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XOXO

~Sanchali