Need a short screen to hide a kitty litter box???? (Can be used for toy area, etc.) This easy-to-make screen was created by attaching 4 small hinges to three inexpensive, 3 X 1 foot canvas paintings! Now the litter box is out of view AND it's easy to move the screen to clean the box. I made this one for my son's studio apartment where the corner was the only place for the box.
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This back-door entry cleverly uses the backside of the kitchen cabinetry for storing items that transition between indoors and out—for example, pet gear, and shoes. Closed-door cabinets hide empty grocery bags, cleaning supplies, and other unsightly things
We went beyond basic decluttering and designed these doggy bowls that are cleverly hidden in drawers. They were designed specifically with the designer’s Great Dane “Tiny Bean” in mind. Not only are the bowls neatly hidden away when unused, they’re also elevated to make eating and drinking easier for a large dog. Add in the food drawer above and you have a great pet friendly and space saving solution!