Litter box cover from 2 IKEA side tables and fabric! 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.
Litter boxes aren't typically design elements in home decor. This smart and stylish solution, however, hides the box in plain sight — and looks great, too! 1. Gather a basic side table, some twisted jute rope, a short tension rod, and two window valances. 2. Wrap the rope around the table's front legs to cover them and create a DIY scratching post. 3. Put the valances on the tension rod and secure it at the top of the table's legs. 4. Slide your kitty's litter box into the space under…
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I have a large Rubbermaid-type storage container covering my kitty's litter box in my storage room. She used to kick litter all over the place. Now I have much less to sweep up, plus it looks much more pleasant for company.
we have a large area in bathroom below a/c unit wall, put large rubbermaid in there, then covered the whole area with a clean out door to 1 side, and a window up about 15" so cat can jump up but the small dogs cant get in, we had room, so a built in cat tree was added too, joey has his own condo! joey is 30lbs!