Litter box in Garage
I built this litter box container in the garage and added a doggy door into it from the bathroom. The cats had no problem adapting to it and it sure is nice to have it out of the house. The top is hinged for cleaning.
Spoiled kitty comfort station hidden in mudroom space - IKEA Hackers
We decided to use the IKEA SEKTION cabinets, and turned them into a multi-cat hidden cat litter box, along with a motion sensor activated nightlight.
Make your own Litter Box Holder!
I feel like a good 50% of my life is spent sweeping up litter. I love our 2 cats, I really do… but the litter is becoming a problem. Seriously… I mean, LOOK at this stuff! Hardwood floo…
DIY Litter Box Furniture Cabinet
Couldn't stand looking at the litter box while doing laundry, plus wanted to contain the litter and smells. So, built this cabinet and hacked it to create a special litter box cabinet for our cats.
DIY Litter Box Enclosure Plans (Hidden Litter Box) | Saws on Skates®
Hide that ugly cat litter box with this DIY kitty litter enclosure! This free plans show how to make a stylish wooden cabinet that's perfect for any room.
Even if the cats litter box is cleaned quickly to prevent the smells, it still is an eyesore. But as shown, with a nice high trunk you can easily diy yourself into providing a stylish spot for your kitty's business. catorcat.com.
7 'Purrfect' DIY Solutions to Hide the Litter Box
If you have an indoor cat, you have a litter box. Finding a good place to keep the box is tricky, especially if you live in a small place. Here are some ideas.
27 Useful DIY Solutions For Hiding The Litter Box
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.
10 Ideas For Hiding Your Cat Litter Box
10 Ideas For Hiding Your Cats Litter Box // Turn a cabinet into a contemporary place for your cat to do its business
Cat Condo from Destroyed Dresser! Re-purrrr-posed feline heaven.
This dresser came into us and I thought - ohhhhhh lord .. what am I to do with this? I won't lie. It sat here for quite some time. The previous owner had duct taped over parts of the drawer fronts that were cracked and falling apart. That's how bad it is. The top area was created from one of the drawers and the inner shelf came from the piece of divider wood separating the drawers. 100% re-purposed and re- used! And the cats think it's just Purrrrfect!