Pet Furniture

Published on June 6th, 2007 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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build your own cat furniture





sylvia tipped me on this ikea bjarnum cat furniture by jujuo [via katt trappa]. simple and clean looking.

the shelves can be cut to desired lengths to create your wall cat ladder.

more cat furniture:
> stairway to cat heaven
> compact kitty box
> cat bed
> stolmen cat gym
> the cat pod
> no pooper cat litter

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22 Responses to build your own cat furniture

  1. feli says:

    Wow… that is fantastic!! my cat would love something like this to look down on people walking in and out of the room.

  2. Erin says:

    I love this idea, and the shelves must be really sturdy, since those cats look kind of big.

  3. criolinha says:

    I absolutly love it!!!!
    I’m reforming my atelier and this ideas are great! My cats are going to love it too.
    Thanks :) ))

  4. jujuo says:

    Hi! Thank you for picking up my photo. My cats are 7kg and 5kg. Are they a littile bit heavy?

    We use another cat’s item of IKEA. Please see follow photo. Thanks.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/jujuo/379157826/in/set-72157594277500645/

  5. merrymaus says:

    What a purrfect staircase! I’d like to publish your idea in a cat-magazine. Please contact me: zoe-lang310@t-online.de

  6. Anonymous says:

    Great Idea!!!! Have you read a book called The Cat’s House? The whole house has catwalks along the ceiling and cutouts through the walls. Now I can Make my house like that! Thank You!

  7. Yvette says:

    We installed these shelves in our FeLV+ cat room!! Check out the video or our foster cat Meli checking out the shelves.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ct2NBjAlwpI

  8. Anonymous says:

    That is really neat!! i’ve been looking for something different and that’s it!!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Where can you obtain the brackets for the shelves? I spent an hour web searching but couldn’t find anything similar.

    • Anonymous says:

      you can find the brackets called BJARNUM at IKEA and can combine the Ekby Jarpen shelving in different sizes:)

  10. Yvette says:

    the brackets can be found at IKEA, only.

  11. Anonymous says:

    awsome!!! where is the closest ikea to weymouth?

  12. Miss Mary says:

    ok so i’m a little slow- are these just ikea shelves being used for cats?

  13. Anonymous says:

    Yes they are but the boards that go with those brackets are longer. They cut them for the cat shelves. If you don’t live near an Ikea, you can order by catalog.

  14. Anonymous says:

    AHA! I am going to be building a loft bed soon and this is the purrfect way for my 2 cats to get up there. (I can’t get to sleep unless someone is sprawled accross me and purring.) Thanks for the great idea!
    Christie, Oreo and Hazel

  15. Melissa says:

    Oy! This would be great for my sons loft bed… his cat CRIES if he can’t get up there, so I usually end up lifting him up and down all night when he wails for me. ;)

  16. Ricki G. says:

    Hey in the picture of the shelves, what kind of wall hangers are being used, where can I find them?

  17. Sash Windows says:

    Is there any rabbit ideas lol

  18. BRAVO! Wonderful presentation for presenting a concept of furniture. brilliant work!

    Antler lamps

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