Cats would buy IKEA. ❤️
This sleek cat lounge for your wall.
It looks super fancy, but all you’ll really need is a shelf (such as the Lack), two decorative brackets, and an Ådum shag carpet. Here are some instructions.
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This cat climbing wall.
Grab a couple of Mosslanda picture ledges, Knagglig crates, and a little fabric. You can learn more about it here.
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This bunk bed for your kittens.
The Duktig doll bed can also serve as a cute bed for your cat. If you have more than one, you can screw multiple Duktigs together, one on top of the next.
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This climbing tower for cats.
You can build a tasteful little climbing habitat with just a Billy bookcase. Find out how here.
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This wall-mounted safe haven.
You can make a cozy little home for your cat and save some floorspace at the same time with a Kallax shelf, a fitted bin, and some soft mats. Here are the instructions.
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This all-in-one hidden cat toilet.
Here are instructions for transforming a Besta cabinet into a luxury cat bathroom (including a storage space for litter and cleaning supplies.)
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This cat cavern fits inside both the Expedit and Kallax shelving compartments.
Here’s how you can recreate this cozy little spot for your cat friends.
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This scratching post with a built-in hammock.
All you need to make this beautiful little chillout place for your cat is a Bekväm stepladder and this handy guide.
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This easy-to-clean stealth cat toilet.
Here’s how to convert a Stuva storage bench into a convenient cat bathroom.
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This cat bed that takes less than a minute to craft.
It’s just a kids mattress with a suitably sized fitted sheet attached to it. Here’s how to do the rest.
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This two tiered cat hammock.
This one is handy for both work and play, since it’s got a work surface/storage area up top, and then space for two fun cat hammocks down below! Find out how to convert your Bekväm kitchen cart here.
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This cat resort covered in built-in scratching posts.
This gorgeous DIY cat condo requires two different tables and a few other accessories. Here are the instructions.
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This cat climbing wall for scratching, scaling, and playing.
Just throw an Osted rug up on the wall and that’s it! Here’s how it’s done.
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This lofted cat bed with climbing steps leading up to it.
Install a few wall shelves (like the Bjarnum or Jarpen, for example) and put some fabric or thin wool rugs on them. Finished!
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This cat lounge with an amazing view.
You’ll need a few tables, a couple of Hampen shag carpets, and that’s just about it. Here’s how to give your cats a relaxing lounge to hang out in.
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This compact cat toilet.
Here are instructions for this super handy DIY cat toilet made from a Sortera bin.
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This sweet little chill-out space with a scratchy-wall.
This will be your cat’s new favorite place, and all it takes is a cheap Expedit shelf and some rope. Here’s how you can do it quickly and easily.
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This post was translated from German.