IKEA Hacks for Pets
Hacking for cats, dogs, critters, snakes ... you name it! We are sharing all the best IKEA hacks for pets! Find the perfect way to make your furry friend's life…
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I decided to hack this item because I live in a small apartment and wanted to have a space for my cat. My cat corner is an easy way to store all of his things without taking up a lot of room. My favorite thing about this hack is that the litter is concealed. It helps mask the smell and isn’t all that noticeable. You can also make it unique to your pet — which I think is really great.
It is true that we get more cat furniture hacks than dogs. Or guinea pigs or snakes and all other pets. Cats win. Period. (So, cat lovers head down to your dedicated page here.) But that doesn’t mean dog lovers do not hack IKEA. IKEA dog furniture hacks are actually a lot more varied than other pets. Not convinced? Let’s take a look at some of these IKEA dog hacks, that range from beds to crates to feeding bowls.
I was unable to find functional pet beds that complement my living room furniture, I went ahead and DIY a dog bed with curtains. It worked out really well functionally. It performs like an extra side table. The additional storage shelf holds toys and other items, the top can be used to display items. The tiled floor makes for easy cleaning. As for my puppy, it gives him the feeling that this is his own space.
The dog ate my dining chairs is real. Here’s how to reupholster them. The IKEA JOKKMOKK dining set in antique stain was one of the first things my now husband and I bought when we moved in together over 10 years ago. It was a great wee set and served us well. Not too long after, we adopted Darwin the destructor dog, who enjoyed gnawing on the set even when sprayed with dog chew repellent, didn’t put him off.