Animals Pets 7 'Purrfect' DIY Solutions to Hide the Litter Box By Laura Moss Laura Moss Writer University of South Carolina Laura Moss is a journalist with more than 15 years of experience writing about science, nature, culture, and the environment. Learn about our editorial process Updated June 5, 2017 Some cats may be allergic to scented kitty litter. Ysbrand Cosijn/Shutterstock Share Twitter Pinterest Email Animals Wildlife Pets Animal Rights Endangered Species If you have an indoor cat, you have a litter box. And changing the kitty litter frequently may keep odors at bay, but finding a suitable place to keep the box itself is another problem entirely, especially if you live in a home with little square footage. However, with a little creativity and ingenuity, you can easily conceal your cat's litter box, or even transform it into a stylish part of your home. Hideaway kitty litter box A quick curtain can change a table into an excellent litter box hiding spot. theblissfulbee.com Blogger Amy Walton, a self-proclaimed "crazy cat lady," shares her home with three cats, but her furry friends' presence doesn't detract from her home's decor. Using only a table, a curtain panel and a spring curtain rod, she created an adorable way to hide the litter box. Creative cat center Now you don't see a litter box... ChaoticallyCreative.com Lesley Clavijo built this cat center from old porch boards, and it not only serves as an attractive way to conceal the litter box, but it also keeps all of the cats' items organized. And of course, it provides them with a place to escape from the dog. Here's a peek at the inside: ... And now you do!. ChaoticallyCreative.com Litter box bench No one may even know they're sitting on a top of a litter box with this clever design. frainteso/flickr Function and design combine in this clever DIY project. The bench provides extra seating in a small apartment, and as long as the litter box is clean, guests may not even realize it's there. Under-stairs hideout Everyone likes a little privacy when using the bathroom, including kitties. OwlHaven.net When blogger Mary Ostyn found herself raising both kittens and toddlers simultaneously, she needed a place to store the litter box away from grabby hands. So her husband cut a hole in the wall under the stairs that led into the under-stairs closet, and her kittens had a safe place to do their business — and hide from the children. IKEA hack litter box Is there anything Ikea can't do?. NocturnalKnits.com A Byholma chest from Ikea can be transformed into a litter box concealer with just some wire cutters and a glue gun. Presto! Ikea cover for the cat in your life!. NocturnalKnits.com Pallet litter box with scoop holster This practical cover for a litter box offers a rustic DIY aesthetic. 99pallets.com Made from pallets, this upcycled design can be customized to fit around any litter box and with a nifty holster to hold the litter scoop, it's also quite practical. Upcycled furniture litter box Don't toss out old furniture. There's plenty of ways to reuse it, including turning it into a secret cat box structure. UnusuallyLovely.com Many old pieces of furniture can given new life by transforming them into creative litter box concealers. This one was crafted by removing the drawers from an old dressers and combining them to make a door.