Choose a Bird Cage That Suits the Interior Décor
A Bird Cage contributes to the décor of a house. It could be a beautiful accessory that could reflect the theme of the décor, whether that is traditional, antique or contemporary sophistication. However, it is important to choose a cage that is idea for the décor, the space available and also for the bird. Bird Cages should be spacious enough for a bird to free its wings and have sufficient perching space. It is important to consider the safety of the bird too, when you pick a cage with ornate grillwork or pointed edges.
A cage that has space for food and perching in opposite directions will always be a better option as that will prevent the bird from contaminating its own water and feed. There are sophisticated cages through which fine mist can be sprayed on the bird for its cleaning. Victorian model cages can look aesthetic while dome shaped two tiered cages will also work as long as you pick and choose colors to suit the ambience.
There are cages which are painted or polished to complement the patterns of the furniture in the house. Contrasting colors look beautiful but it is important to pick the right colors for the cage to contrast the colors of the walls and furnishing all around. Decorating the cages is important with greenery, but at the same time you have to make sure that the cage gets free breeze and sunlight, to prevent growth of microorganisms or infection to the birds themselves. There are cages that come with built in seed guards, flared edges, removable drawers and cage stackers. You can also pick something that has a bottom grille which could be slid out for cleaning from time to time.
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