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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > THE LOUNGE > Do you have a Bunny Room?
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User is Offline BB
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10/10/2010 8:31 AM
Oh, oh. I'm sorry Lintini and Moonlight. I have really failed at making this more clear. I have edited my posts to try and explain this a bit better.

So just to be more clear: This is not a room created for a human that a bunny can hang out in 24/7. (otherwise that could be bedrooms, living rooms, offices) It is a room created FOR the bunny that a human can hang out in if she/he wants to. (like I have a couch and a side table in the bunny room) so I can go in there in and read or do some work. It's sole purpose is housing bunnies though.

The way you set up your bedrooms is absolutely wonderful, I wouldn't consider it a "bunny room" for the gallery.
I'm sorry.

User is Offline cactuspancake
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10/15/2010 8:52 PM
I just bought supplies today to make mine! I bought 50 panels, wooden rods, twists, a bunny bed, some hideouts ect. I cleared the entire spare room out and it has nothin on the floor and one side is all windows! Carpeting is short weave: only room like that. My condo will be 4 cubes wide, 4 tall and 2 deep. Also....surprise! I have this big cage w/ litterboxes and a bottom so I can attach it and make it a litter room and he will have 6 cubes wide on the bottom to run! Omg so much funnnnnn
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User is Offline BB
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10/19/2010 6:34 PM
Can't wait to see it!!!

User is Offline Catalina
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10/22/2010 1:52 PM

This is my bunny room.  I have an xpen and a NIC grid wall all the way around the inside to protect the baseboard.  The buns did have access to the loveseat, but sadly Kiwi isn't 100% on his litterbox, so they aren't supposed to get on the loveseat.  In these pics Tansy was mad that his boxes were moved and he wanted them back!!  So he decided to go get them.

The NIC grid is usually up all around the loveseat, but he pulled it down.

They LOVE the crinkle tunnel. 


User is Offline bunnymum16
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10/22/2010 2:45 PM
Catalina your bunny room is so nice.i wish i have that much space to offer my bunnies.

User is Offline LucyTwoBunz
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10/22/2010 4:36 PM

I don't have current pics of their room, but here are a couple of their "daytime" areas...

Not an everyday thing, but they do enjoy it!


User is Offline cactuspancake
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10/22/2010 9:08 PM

LucyTwoBunz; That is amazing! What are the steps made out of? such a cute idea! I have space I should totally do something like that. I want to get some of those big tubes...

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User is Offline cactuspancake
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10/22/2010 9:13 PM
Catalina: I just noticed your ingenious hay dispenser. Can you tell me anything about it?
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User is Offline jerseygirl
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10/22/2010 9:18 PM
Cactuspancake, it's an Ikea plastic bag holder. It's becoming a very popular hay rack!

User is Offline LucyTwoBunz
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10/23/2010 6:43 AM

cactuspancake:  The tubes (beige w/maroon trim) we got at WalMart for $8 or so & the hard cardboard ones for even less at Home Depot (I think - Ken got them).  Boxes from Costco work great; especially the vegetable ones 'cause they have double thicknesses in some places so they are pretty sturdy.  Just make sure you have a sharp exacto knife to cut the holes out!  The stairs are for dogs & the cover is removable so can be washed.  The frame is hardened plastic but I think they are rated to 40 pounds or so.  I can't remember the price on those.  Good luck...my bunz love it!


User is Offline cactuspancake
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10/27/2010 3:38 PM

I'm building my bunny condo! I just finished the third floor last night. I will take some more specific pics of it next time I work on it. Franz has been in the bunny room for a few days now! Also I have the bed I got off of the binkybunny site and he doesn't nibble or potty on it so it's great! He looks cozy in it. Here are some pics of the bunny room. The only thing for humans is this big metal storage cart that bunny can't get in and also a folded uncured wooden drying rack I don't care if he chews on lol.  I put paper on one end of the room cause he's still being potty trained



You can see part of the condo when I first started it:




Video of Franz doing a double binky in his bunny room!:
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Video of Franz playing with me in the room:

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User is Offline cactuspancake
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10/27/2010 5:31 PM
Midnight, can you tell me what flooring you used in your condo? I kind of like the design of your condo a bit better than what I'm doing. I am planning on using cheap grass mats (peters seagrass) attached with twine through drilled holes in plywood which I am having cut for the levels. I think my dowel rods are too small... They're 1/2" but I an use my 75lb zipties to hold them up. I tested it and it works! Not super solid but I did some stress tests and I think it would ve good for even a Flemish giant. I'm thinking the plywood is not such a good idea anymore because of the peeing thing. I still have time to change my mind! Does coroplast have good traction? I'm mostly worried about traction. My other idea is carpet velcroed on the plywood. Can't decide!
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User is Offline cactuspancake
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11/07/2010 8:18 PM

OK! I "finished" my bunny room tonight with the addition of my NIC condo!

and the running space + closet where I keep bulk pellets and hay -.-

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User is Offline Otti
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1/13/2011 2:49 PM
awww Franz looks like he likes it

User is Offline Huckleberry
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3/05/2011 8:38 AM

 Haha! Catalina, I love how the dog is looking in like he is jealous of the bunnies! Your room looks great. They all do really, I thought Huckleberry was spoiled, I'm going to have to step it up hahaha.


User is Offline LizzyBunny
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3/13/2011 1:48 PM
Catalina I loveee your bunny room!!

User is Offline Emmie
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4/16/2011 1:44 AM

These are amazing! I have a spare room that's too small to be used as a room and I'm currently using it as a storage room for suitcases and old books etc. I think it'd make a great bunny room for me to leave her in when I go back to work. I'm gonna clean it out next week and take pictures and see what you guys think?


User is Offline BB
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4/17/2011 1:08 PM
Sounds like a good idea --- how big is it? Does it have any windows/ventilation?

User is Offline Emmie
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4/17/2011 1:23 PM

Ah. No. It doesn't actually. It's like a giant walk in wardrobe is the best way to describe it. I wouldn't be worried about the heat though, it never gets over 20c here. Would that be a problem?

 

I'll take pictures when I've cleaned it out tomorrow and show you!


User is Offline new1bunny
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4/23/2011 5:32 PM
I just got my bunny today and already have a room for it. it is the entire upstairs, you see my house was at one time a barn until remodeled it has a kitchen and living room down stairs and upstairs is the bedroom with a bath and toilet. but I did some baby proofing wks ago and put a gate up at the top of the stairs since my little man is going to be turning 1 next month. So basically all I have to do i put the bunny in and close the gate. I also plan on building a room outside for my bunny as well, I will get pics as soon as I can.
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