Your Lovebird cages should have enough space for your Lovebirds to fly freely. A cage two feet by two feet is big enough for a single Lovebird, but you can buy a bigger one that is even better. Make sure that the Lovebird cages you are buying are those who have bars that are close together. These cuties can be sometimes like Houdini who can squeeze themselves out of the cage, and viola, they fly away, rejoicing the taste of freedom. Also make sure that the door latches are well secured, picking locks is another one of their specialty.
Lovebirds are creative parrots and will try to find way to escape their home. The ideal bar spacing is ½ inches to 5/8 inches. The maximum bar spacing on a Lovebird cage is ¾ inches.
I am always on the look out for new and interesting ideas for planters. Nurseries and Plant shops have lots of them, of course, but it is also great to see re-purposed items used as planters. These lovely Bird Cage Planters fit that bill just beautifully.