Birdcage Lamp

A birdcage lamp is a type of lamp that is designed to look like a birdcage. It typically consists of a wire cage that is shaped like a birdcage, with a light bulb and a cord running through the top of the cage. The cage may be decorated with additional elements such as crystals, beads, or feathers to add a decorative touch to the lamp. The wire construction of the birdcage allows light to shine through the spaces between the wires, creating a unique lighting effect that can add a charming ambiance to any room. Birdcage lamps come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and colors to suit different preferences and decor styles. They can be used as standalone lamps or as part of a larger lighting scheme, and are a popular choice for adding a touch of whimsy to any space.

How to make

Making a birdcage lamp is a fun DIY project that can add a unique touch to your home decor. Here are the steps you can follow to make a birdcage lamp:


  • A wire birdcage
  • A lamp cord with socket and plug
  • Lightbulb
  • Wire cutters
  • Pliers
  • Spray paint (optional)


  1. Start by removing any decorative elements or attachments on the birdcage with wire cutters. Ensure the cage is clean and ready for use.
  2. Take your lamp cord with socket and thread it through the top of the birdcage, starting from the inside of the cage and pulling it through the top of the birdcage. The socket should rest on the inside of the cage and the cord should come out of the top of the cage.
  3. Wire the socket by following the instructions provided with the lamp cord.
  4. Screw in a lightbulb into the socket.
  5. Secure the lamp cord to the top of the cage with pliers or wire, ensuring that the cord is taut and the bulb hangs at the desired height.
  6. If desired, you can spray paint the birdcage with a color of your choice to match your decor.
  7. Plug in your lamp and enjoy the new addition to your home decor.

Please ensure that you follow all safety precautions when handling electrical components and consult an expert if you have any doubts or questions.

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