TRENDS: 7 Stylish Ways to Hide Your Cat Litter Box

Being a cat owner definitely has its perks, there are also pitfalls. While having a cat litter box is essential, sometimes it’s difficult to find one which serves its purpose and isn’t an eyesore. Contrary to popular belief, style and practicality are not mutually exclusive, and we’ve found some fantastic options and DIY tricks to keep your kitty’s toilet cleverly disguised.

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1.Cat Washroom Nightstand Litter Box Concealer

This stylish cabinet will perfectly blend with the décor of your bathroom (or any other room in your home). Dress it with a couple of your favourite coffee table books and a plant or vase full of gorgeous flowers to disguise any less than favourable odours.

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Customise your own litter box cabinet / Image: DIY Network

2. Clever DIY Cat Litter Cabinet

This tutorial shows you how to hide your feline’s litter box in a stylish and practical way. Dust from the wood chips, pellets or whatever else you use in the tray will be kept to a minimum as a little square of carpet acts like a mat for your cat to wipe its feet on. You can also hide all of your litter cleaning products in here too, keeping mess and clutter to a minimum!

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3. Sito Cat Litter Box by MiaCara

There’s no need to hide your cat’s litter box when it looks like this beauty from MiaCara. The stylish Sito Cat Litter Box works as part of your interior décor. It is made with an innovative aluminium casing which makes it strong and functional enough to also allow your cat to perch on top or to be used as a storage area or a place to sit on. Available in our online shop

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Hack your cat an IKEA cat litter box cabinet / image: Ikea Hackers

4. IKEA Hack Cat Litter Box Cabinet

The uses for almost all of IKEA’s products are endless. This smart DIY turns a tall cabinet on its side, making for a spacious place for your furry friend to do her business in private style. With the addition of a cat flap, entry to the litter box is simple and discreet.

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Customise your kitchen / image: Dominic McKenzie

5. A Customised Kitchen Cupboard

If you have a storage space in your kitchen that houses all of your cat essentials, put the litter tray in there, too. This clever design by Dominic McKenzie is simple, but you may be best off finding someone who is handy with a jigsaw to create an entryway. Slot a shelf in to split the cupboard in two, and pop a scoop and some bags on top to keep everything together.

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6. Poopoopeedo Cat Litter Pod

Another stylish cat litter box for design-loving pussy parents. The contemporary egg-shaped design looks great in a modern interior and the circular entry allows cats in and out but keeps cat litter contained inside. This litter pod is made from 100% recyclable plastic that resists the acidity of cats urine and is easily cleaned with a blast of water. Available in our online shop. 

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Turn a wicker basket into a cosy cat litter box / image: Nocturnal Knits

7. Wicker Basket Cat Litter Box

This option would work beautifully for the more rustic home. Place a blanket and a couple of cushions on top to make the space look a little cosier and a little less like your fur baby’s toilet!

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8. Hidden Cat Litter Box Pot Plant by Good Pet Stuff Company

House plants are all the rage at the moment, so why not combine some indoor foliage with the perfectly hidden place for your cat’s litter tray? Et voila!

Have you come up with a novel way to hide your cat’s litter tray? Tell us about it in the comments below!

Aideen is a fashion, beauty and lifestyle writer, from Northern Ireland. She grew up with a sassy tabby cat, named Lucky, who proved unlucky by nature, creating mischief wherever her paws took her. She currently has a British Shorthair cat called Indy, who has a penchant for the finer things in life. She loves combining her passion for writing, fashion and cats, spending her days blogging with Indy by her side.

1 Comment

  • Reply July 27, 2017

    Janet Diehl

    The tracking of kitty feet and spillage when pouring litter creates the problem of litter grinding into carpeting, not helpful if your renting. I recommend putting a large tray under the litter box, the extra litter and the waste container. The kind of tray used under washing machines to catch water from spills works well. They are cheep, usually white plastic, with edges, & about 30″x30″. If it should break, it is easy to replace at a hardwear store or any place.that sells washing machines. They could also be used as a large feeding tray.

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