Top 10 Ingenious Ways to Hide Your Cat’s Litter Box

They’re unsightly. They’re smelly. They’re a general nuisance, but if you have a cat, you must a have litter box. Each cat owner goes through the process of finding the most out of the way place to store the litter box and testing out all the litter brands until you find the one that works for you. And yet, we still grimace each time we pass by the eye sore. Well it’s time to stop grimacing! Have you considered hiding your cat’s litter box? Take a look at these 10 ways to get that nuisance out of sight.

washroom bench

We call this the instant fix. This buyable bench has a space for your litter box as well as a separate compartment for your litter necessities. It has holes in the back to help with ventilation and promises to keep your litter box out of sight from now on. (via Amazon)

side table box

Living in a small apartment comes with several hazards and the litter box is one of them. There isn’t an out of the way place for it and there’s no extra space to hide it… or is there? DIY a cabinet side table into a special hiding spot for your litter box. When the doors are closed, no one will ever guess that your side table holds the kitty’s powder room. (via Brandy Frank)

curtained litter box

This is maybe the prettiest way to hide your litter box. Attach a strip of velcro to some fabric and the underside of your side table for instant kitty privacy. You can easily let the curtains down when you have guests over and it will just look like you upgraded a boring piece of furniture. (via Buzzfeed)

Bright box

You barely need DIYing skills to create this covered litter box. Just put two wine crates together and cut a whole in the side large enough for kitty to get through. If you want to get really fancy, attach some hinges to one side so the top box stays in place. (via Apartment Therapy)

Bright box

As much as I rave about house plants, I pretty much flipped when I discovered this. Disguise your litter box as a large fake house plant! Go the extra mile by spray painting the “pot” to match your decor and enjoy the irony. (via Amazon)

cabinet litter box

Go up with your kitty storage. Whether you use an empty raised cabinet like this or you give an old kitchen cabinet a makeover, there’s plenty of room inside for the litter box and all of your kitty essentials. Now you won’t need to see the boxed litter either! (via Chaotically Creative)

cabinet cutout

Are you wanting to put your litter box in your already small bathroom? Cut a hole in your sink cabinet and put the box inside. It should keep the smell contained as well as being easy to get to. Bonus points if you can make the hole a kitty cutout like this. (via Apartment Therapy)

Bright box

While you’re out on your garage sale adventures, keep your eyes peeled for a long bench. Once you cut out one side and put a hole in the short side, it’s an easy and cheap solution to your litter box problem. This blogger says that the cushion on top is an extra bonus for your kitties. (via MSLK)

ikea cabinet box

Oh IKEA, what would we do without you? Next time you’re there, grab one of their plain white cabinets and then cut a hole in the side and install a flap for extra smell control. Seriously, you would never guess that’s a litter box. (via IKEA Hackers)

bright box

Who says you need to buy anything to hide your litter box? If you have the skills, build your own with a removable lid and will do just as well as a thrifted cabinet or bench. After seeing this bright blue box, I’m going to go make one myself! (via Vtwonen)