Cats are the best, but living with a litter box isn’t exactly an aesthete’s dream. Get inspired with these real projects that range from simple IKEA hacks to complex custom designed furniture. Here are 14 ways to hide your cat’s litter box from everyone but the kitty cat! These are so creative and clever you’ll have to see them all before you decide which awesome hiding spot is for you!. Fred’s DIY Self Ventilating Cat Litter Box Project is genius and has step-by-step instructions if you are very, very handy. A Pretty Way To Hide Kitty Litter utilizes custom curtains to both hide the boxes and (attempt to) block the smell.
Having a litter box is just part of owning a cat, but when you have company, a litter box becomes an eyesore. Check out these creative ways to hide the box. Hidden Cat Litter Boxes– This is our project for when you come out in about a month. We are going to need one for our new house! Brenda Franklin Franklin Garza. If you’re looking for a way to hide the cat litter at your home you can do this in a stylish way with this amazing piece, that can double as a decorative planter. This is a great DIY for cats, better than traditional covered boxes because it doesn’t have plastic on the sides, which can trap odors and make some cats reluctant to use the box as often as they should.
8 Handsome Ways To Hide Your Cat’s Litter Box. Build your kitty her very own cat hole. According to the product page, the DIY installation takes less than an hour, and the interior pet hole gives your kitty some privacy. But how fantastic is this recent addition to our Apartment Therapy LA Flickr Pool submitted by DIY-savvy aud-o-matic, that invisibly integrates their pet’s needs with the rest of their interior decor (via Apartment Therapy). Build a cat litterbox that can be placed anywhere in your home. Once you have the concept down, you’ll need to go shopping for materials. We found the kind of storage cabinet we wanted for this project, took measurements at the store, then went hunting for a plastic container to serve as a litter tray.
10 Hacks To Hide Your Litter Box
Many of the hidden litter box units you can buy online are designed for the bathrooms or living rooms. What I really needed was a unit that could go in the kitchen, as my bathrooms are tiny and I really cannot abide a cat box in the living room. This is a pretty neat before and after from the Unusually Lovely blog. I don’t think I would convert an entire dresser into a hidden kitty litter box unit but there’s a ton of other smaller ideas in this round up that are just perfect! I love the old trunk idea, seems like a perfect way to hide the box and have a nice decor piece. Another option is to hide the litter box inside a cabinet or other enclosure that looks like a piece of regular furniture. And finally, if you’re handy, you can DIY a custom cat box enclosure inside a piece of retrofitted furniture or even as part of a built-in cabinet. Keeping your cat’s litterbox where everyone can see it is not very aesthetic. If only there was an elegant way to hide this box and mask it somehow. This cool litterbox closet is a lovely project that every cat owner should know more about. It was such an easy project and it is sooo nice to have the litter box hidden. No one ever even notices that it is there and it does a great job masking smells as well. To make the litter box furniture, we bought a toy box from IKEA for around 80. During the recent move to our new house, we struggled with where to put our cats’ litter boxes. At the old house we had three litter boxes for the three cats. We decided to try going down to two litter boxes in the new place.
8 Handsome Ways To Hide Your Cat’s Litter Box
Good Pet Stuff Plant Hidden Litter Box. DIY Laundry Room/Closet Litter Box Door – Cut a small opening on door to laundry room or closet & add some decorative trim. So when we moved into our little cottage the where the heck do we put a litter box was an issue. Not just one litter box but two! There was no laundry room, extra closet, or 2nd bathroom to hide the cat crappers. Ahhhhh yeah. So then I got a larger litterbox so the entire toy chest is litter and then the cat decided to stand in the sand and piss on the inside walls of the toy box. Here you go, a pair of posts from earlier in the week about a DIY home remodel.