Easy DIY Cat Furniture Project

No Room For Cat Furniture?  Try Cat Tunnels Instead

If you are looking for a super simple DIY cat furniture project this is your lucky day.

While I was surfing around the interwebs today I stumbled onto this outstanding cat playground tutorial from Lowe’s of all places.

The instructions are clearly written and easy to follow.  There is a video to show you SHOW you step-by-step how to get great results for yourself.  It’s always easier to do something after you’ve watched someone else do it, right?

I will say the video does assume you KNOW NOTHING about doing a DIY or craft project.  This is either a really good thing or it’ll be annoying to you.  I found it a bit tedious but I do realize that there are folks out there who need this info and the are peppy and don’t belabor any points so…

One annoying thing is you have to click a button to get the full tools and materials list to be visible.  What’s up with that?  Not really a “problem” but how hard would it have been just to print it out and not make you click something?

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So to help out with that I’m gonna list everything you need to complete this project here…

Tools You Need…

  • Tape measure
  • Handsaw
  • Carpet knife
  • Clamps
  • Caulk gun
  • Tape

Materials You Need…

  • 1 12-inch concrete form tube 
  • 1 Liquid Nails adhesive 
  • 2 ft. 5/8-inch rope 
  • 12 ft. carpet runner 

And here’s the video. As always comments are both welcome and encouraged.   Enjoy!

===>Here’s How To Build Your Own Cat Furniture<===

If you don’t have room for in your home for full time cat furniture like this OR you just aren’t in the DIY mood may we suggest you check out cat tunnels like these?  They are inexpensive and fold up flat when your kitties aren’t playing with them.  We hide ours under the sofa!

Hey, if you decide to tackle this diy cat furniture project can you do me a favor?  Let us know how it turns out and link us a picture?  We’ll brag about how cool you are here and to all our “social fans”. Thanks!