These Tunisia-inspired birdcages from Roost are an investment to save for – but a flea market find is something to sing about.
I would love to have this Tunisian-inspired birdcage lamp by Roost, available for purchase at Velocity.
The birdcage lamp, pictured here, is woven from buri–the center stalk of a palm frond–and features a light diffuser with a bird stenciled on it. They come is three shapes, but hark, they are an investment at $275 a pendant.
I can wire a found birdcage with a bulb to create a whimsical, hanging light fixture. Vintage birdcages can be found at flea markets and garage sales. If you don’t feel handy with electrical wires, just add candles to set the mood. This birdcage lamp was found on the Fabulous World of Design blog.
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