Published on May 1st, 2013 | by Jules Yap


Modern guinea pig cage

Materials: 4x LACK coffee table

Description: This is our new Cage made of 4 Lack coffee tables and some nice LED features :D

~ Lydia, Hamburg

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Jules Yap

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23 Responses to Modern guinea pig cage

  1. KLG says:

    very nice the place. the entire cost of buying what and where?

  2. yohseeme says:

    Such a creation!! Would you please tell me how to attach those plexiglass??

  3. johannes says:

    This is so awesome. How Much does it cost for a guinea pig cage like that?

  4. Aerlangga says:

    what material, and are you using glass or Plexiglas ?

  5. Tracy says:

    Can you please put more detailed directions for the hacker impaired?

  6. joe says:
    They used theses coffee tables but they put them on a base that already had the plexi-glass..
    That is the only thing that I can think of.

  7. Sébastien says:

    Wow ! Amazing idea !
    Can we have building instructions please ?

  8. laure says:

    Looks like a good idea for turtles too. just wish they explained what the lower half is and the side pieces. build instructions would have been awesome.

  9. Anonymous says:

    this is nice but theres no info about what it was used on the bottom/ Base of the cage?

  10. Anonymous says:

    Please post more info on the base! I would love to make something similar!

  11. Anonymous says:

    yes directions would be great! PLEASE ;0)

  12. Anonymous says:

    super awesome, but please do tell some basic directions!

  13. Anonymous says:

    uber cool

  14. That’s not a guinea pig cage; it’s a guinea pig PALACE!

  15. Wanda says:

    Lucky little critter, nice job! Thanks for sharing!

  16. Anonymous says:

    Can you write the instructions for how to do this?!?! I LOVE it!!! :)

  17. Anonymous says:

    Great work!! well done!!

  18. Yudhi says:

    such as utilizing space that should not be useful … nice …

  19. Neomig says:

    I’m not sure I could live with guinea pigs in my living room, it could be a lovely big space for my hobby- modern doll houses though!(=:

  20. Anonymous says:

    Lucky guinea pigs! They have such a nice, big area and it looks really nice and stylish too. I am very impressed.

  21. Anonymous says:

    awesome would like some more info on the bottom, how did you put it together and with what material, and are you using glass or Plexiglas, I can see you can slide the glass out on the top.

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