Converting a English Linen Closet into a DIY Pet Room

This is how I converted our English linen closet into, a DIY Pet Room, for my 5 cats. You can also do this DIY for smaller dogs or if you have a crate trained larger dog. 

I find living with animals and keeping a home clean can be challenging. They are messy, and  trash your house in seconds, but the unconditional love they give is truly incomparable. This is what prompted us to create a Pet Room for my 5 cats. This rooms many use, is to house their liter box, supplies, water and food station, which keeps my house cleaner.  

In our new home, we had the option to create a larger laundry room by closing in our foyer. Our prior laundry room was tiny, so we chose to implement this option. This change left us with a large “English Linen Closet”. Prior to moving in we predetermined that this area would make a great Pet Room for our cats. Above is a before picture of the room as a English linen closet. I know, not many shelves for a “linen closet”, I thought the same thing. 

The first thing was to add linoleum floors and an exhaust fan. The exhaust fan vents any smells from the liter box, directly out of my home. Good bye!!! This might be the single most important thing we did. As you know, if you have cats, the liter box smell can ruin your home. Next we painted the entire room with a scrubbable satin finish paint. This will help seal the dry wall and preventing even more odors from getting trapped in the walls. Finally we added a large utilitarian light fixture, nothing fancy it’s mainly for us to see to get the room clean.The next big thing we did was cut a cat door through our Master bedroom wall and hall door. Why did we cut a hole in our wall? Well we host a lot gatherings, parties and guests. This room set up will allow me to lock my fur babies in our bedroom during gatherings, which they actually prefer since the do no care for loud noises and large crowds of people. This also allows them access to their food, water and liter box, but with out the fear of a guest accidentally letting them out into the great beyond. The other pet door located on the hallway door gives us the  ability to shut our bedroom door when we have overnight guests. This grants the cats the ability to come and go as they please, which will save your doors and carpet, since they can be quite destructive when confined to an area against there will. So check this out, I came up with idea all on my own!!! JENRON DESIGNS developed this prototype Ventilated Shelf Cover (VSC). A DIY rig to make your room aesthetically pleasing, and on a shoestring budget. This process can be used on any wire shelving. We took teacup hooks to the back of some barn wood and used felt pads for spacers as you can see above. You literally hang the board right on the front of the wire rack. The finished product was this:

We created a facia board to cover the universal ugly wire rack. Then spray painted the support arms black to emulate iron. This process would be great for any wire rack that you would not use for hanging clothes. So try it in a linen closet, pantry, garage storage area or pet room. We also spray painted the wood letters of Meow, and popped them into the wall with a nail gun. 

Designer Tip: A wire rack allows light to pass through the to the floor, which keep the room brighter. Unlike with a solid wood shelving, that would block the light flow and make the room seem smaller and darker. 

We added a trackless liter mat, to cut down on liter leaving the room on their feet. I used pretty baskets to conceal small odd and ends like kitty treat bags, lysol wipe, and air freshener. Then decided to add in all my accumulated kitty art, hey, makes great decorations. We made a small wall hook from barnwood hold the liter scoop, bag holder and our scooper stool. I found these cute iron hooks at the straw market in Charleston, and added them to shiplap boards. You know how I love a theme!!

 

Share us with your cat loving friends, they will thank you for it 😀

 

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  12. This is such a inspirational post, especially is you have very messy pets as I do, if I could only do the same thing with the children and the husband. I guess that would be like running a prison. Oh well if the shoe fits.

  13. This is a very nice home upgrade for buyer, especially if they have pets. The pet market has really trended high this year for resale and inspiration homes. Great blog, please know that we will start following you right away.

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  15. Your cats sure are lucky. I love the way you set up this room for them, and all the small deTAILS and touches you added. You have a PURRFECT design skills. LOL

  16. Those hooks on the wall are so cute. They are perfect for that room. Good job.

  17. I found this post on Blog Lovin, it is a really cute idea. I trying to figure out where in my home I could add something like this.

  18. This room caught my eye on Pinterest and I had to click over to see what it was about. Great idea for pet owners. I love the MEOW wallet you created too, very clever.

  19. You have so many good ideas, this one in particular. Love that it keeps the cat food bowls and liter boxes out of the main living rooms of the house. Keep writing we love what your saying!

  20. I am hoping to make a small area in my home similar to this one for my two Chihuahua’s. Any tips for getting them to use a doggie door?

    • Hi Cory have you pups ever used a doggie door? If not it could prove to be challenging. I have one cat that will not use a door with the flap, so I had to alter an door and let it stand wide open, with out the flap.

  21. Greatest I like the room you designed for your pets. Totally not what I think of when I think interior design, but that a good thing. I like people that color outside the lines.

  22. I really like this idea, too bad our mutt and rotty are too big to use this type of room. Although I have been toying with idea of a dog wash area in out mud room. Thoughts?

  23. I have several pets that need better containment. Not the actual pets, all the pet stuff. This seems to be an option I could try, thanks.

  24. We have several bunny’s that we have to keep separated for obvious reasons. The exhaust fan seems like a sound idea to get rid of pet smells, thank for the idea.

  25. This is a very unique idea, I can not say I have seen too many pet rooms, but it makes a lot of sense. Your pet is with you more than any other person on the planet, day in and day out. So they deserve a room too!

  26. Just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed this article and I have plans to try and replicate this project in my own home. Thanks!

  27. If I didn’t live in an apartment I would so do this. My kitty box in the bathroom has got to go! I am always tracking liter around and so is she. I guess I just need a bigger space.

  28. I have been brainstorming on how to keep kitties liter box from scenting my entire home. I believe you have found my solution. You said you have 5 cats, and NO Smell? I’m sold!

    • Dellis, you can ask any of my neighbors they all agreed there is no liter box smell in my home at all. Unless you actually open the door and go inside this room.

  29. What a great idea, it cuts the smell and mess from liter tracking! I gotta keep an eye on you, since your ideas are so good. following

  30. I am a crazy cat lady, and this is the puuuuuurfect project for me. Thank you so much for giving me a glimpse into your kitties world, with all the modern conveniences every cat mommy needs. By the way those hooks on the wall have my heart. May I inquire where you got them? TIA

    • Judith, I found them in an iron booth at the Straw Market in Charleston S.C. I imagine they are order-able online I will have to see if I can find them and let you know. Thanks for stopping in.

  31. Your home design concepts are like no other I have ever seen. You make it cool to live in your home and don’t tout your as only a show home space. I literally feel like I walk in, put my feet up, and enjoy your space. Thank for you not being another stagnant fluff home, I love that your live real like real people.

  32. I have two large dogs and while I will not be cutting a hole in my wall, I do like the idea of giving them a space for there food and water bowls. I have a large mudroom that lead to the garage which I am thinking about converting.

  33. I was searching for cat liter box options and I found this post. I love that you use industrial sized boxes, that is awesome. How often do you change them? And for how many cats?

    • Thanks Lyle! We try to scoop once a day, but every other day for sure. It takes 35 lbs of cat liter per box (which is a concrete mixing tub form Home Depot) every 3-4 weeks, since we scoop regularly. We currently have 5 cats.

  34. Such a great idea, I have a small coat closet under the stairs that might work. You have inspired me to try and that’s a good thing.

  35. Enjoying your blog, so happy you found a way to get rid on liter box oder. That is the worst part of having cats. That and they claw everything up. As you can tell I might have a few of my own.

  36. I am a animal lover too. I really like this post and the room you made for you pets. It turned out so good. Maybe the cuteness of this room will promote more pet adoptions 🙂

  37. Oh you have always loved animals, remember that turtle that pooped in your gym bag? I thought I would never hear the end of that! Great blog I have enjoyed reading and catching up on where your guys are now.

  38. I can’t believe I stumbled upon such a great post. I just love that app, I find the neatest things like you pet room. I do not have this much space but my take away is to create a defined pet space for my furry friends.

  39. Meowza, this is quite the creation for your lucky kitties. I will consider building something similar for my guys as soon as I get to a non rental home. They frown upon cutting holes in walls and such in rentals you know.

  40. As a mommy to 3 children, 2 cats, 3 dogs and a lizard name Thumbkin, I am here to say I need a big room with multiple cages. Yes that’s right, I need a zoo. Seriously, this is a good idea for the cats, since the dogs seem to love the get into the uncleaned liter box, however the they are done the box is cleaner. Gross I know…..I am leaving now

  41. Great post and spectacular idea. I have so many pets this would be a god send for our household. Thanks for posting, you have a great blog and its growing quickly.

  42. You really love your pets and it shows with length of work you put into creating them a space. This says a lot to me about your heart and spirit. We are kindred in that realm, go forth a create even more beauty my sister.

  43. We are big animal lovers here at the farm. I love the way you created a pet room for your home. We are lucky most of cats are farm cats so they are indoor/outdoor, but this is still a good idea for people in more urban situations. We might have to make a pig or chick room here ha ha ha!

  44. As a mommy to 7 fur babies this will make my life complete. I started as a foster home, that couldn’t give them up and now 7 felines later the liter box is a HUGE challenge. I must follow your lead and get hose concrete mixing tubs that seems like the way to go. Thank you so much for sharing this life changing idea.

  45. 4 FELINES and counting, this is the purrfect solution for a multi cat home. Thank you so much for sharing, since there it not a lot of information on this type of home renovation. I promise all the pet lovers out here, truly appreciate your wisdom!

  46. Your blog is one I can seem to to stop reading. It is literally chocked full of cutting edge fresh design ideas. This pet room is a glorious solution to a age old problem. Keep up the good work, you are going places.

  47. Your design ability to create something out of nothing amazes me. This room is a stroke of genius and fixes all the problem presented by owning pets. I can’t wait to see what other knowledge you can bestow upon us. Love you blog I am a big fan.

  48. I will see if my grandson can add in a pet door for me. It seems like a very easy solution and way to keep the liter box and bay. I really love you blog you have creative ideas and your posts are quite unique. Hard work pays off, keep up the hard work.

  49. This idea is perfect for a multi cat home. I can’t believe I didn’t think of it myself. Your ideas are so perfect for the average pet owner and completely obtainable. Thanks for sharing, I feel a project in my future.

  50. How many cats do you have? That is a very big room for them. Do they actually stay in there? I was thinking this idea might work for my crate trained dog. Thoughts?

    • I have 5 so I guess that officially makes me a crazy cat lady…LOL 🙂 They do not stay in the room, its only for food, water and liter boxes. I think the concept would work just fine for crate trained dogs too, however I am a softy so I would probably add a TV for entertainment while they are crated.

  51. Good idea, especially the exhaust fan to cut the smell. That is the only part I do no like about owning cats, the liter box. I wish those toilet trainers actually worked. Love you blog keep up the great posts.

  52. I have several pets and this solution is perfect for my home. I plan to work on it this weekend so its done before the holiday. Thank you for the inspiration on this long over due project.

  53. I have 4 kitties and I must say that this is the perfect liter box solution. Thank you for sharing.

  54. From my zoo to yours: This is a great idea! The ability to hid all the ugly food dishes and liter boxes is such a great idea for a pet friendly home.

  55. I have two small dogs do you think this idea would work for them? The only thing I worry about is the door. They are a little weird about things like that, so cutting a hole in the wall or door worries me a lot. Any advice?

  56. I am a pet sitter and this is a great idea. I will refer some of my clients to you site for inspiration.

  57. I have two cats and they are relatively clean but I admit it would be nice to hide that dreaded liter box from site. Love the exhaust fan idea to remove the odors too.

  58. I have 3 fur friends that live in my home. This idea would be the best thing for them and me. I almost made them outdoor kitties but I live near a highway so that’s a no go. The liter box always seem to be the problem with cats, thanks for a do able solution.

  59. This is such a wonderful idea for pet owners. I can tell you put a lot of thought into it, for you home. Other can and should really take note from your observations and solutions to make their homes more pets friendly. I can not tell you how often I go into pet owners homes and it smells awful and dirty. You have so much great information to share with the world I hope your site becomes a viral overnight sensation!

  60. I have 3 kitty kitty’s and they would love a space like this. How did you know you could cut a hole in the wall? That is the only dicey part for me. Other than that this project is meownificent!

    • We actually built our home so we knew that was a hollow wall and empty space. I always recommend while building take a lot of pictures of wall innards to reference back to later, which we did.

  61. I’m ecstatic, about this space! Now I can Max & Mimi’s liter box out of a guest bathroom. I have a large empty hall closet that will work, I can exhaust it to my garage through the wall according to my husband. This is purrrrrfect thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

  62. You have some unexpected ideas here at your blog. I would have never thought to do this in my home, but it is brilliant. Just like the Mini Bar Armoire and the Kitchen Island, these are all brilliant, just brilliant. Keep up that good work, your hard work will pay off big time very soon!

  63. I love that you made your sweet little fur babies a room. They deserve it, such sweet kitties.

  64. I love your meows!! This is a really good idea for them, I know my liter box causes enormous problems in our home. The kids play in it…. the dog eats it…. the dogs breath smells now….. ugh Calgon take me away, to your house!!!!! LOL

  65. I am secretly a crazy cat lady. I feel like this is a safe environment to release that information. Thank you addressing the mess and liter box issues of feline ownership. Your room is adorable and you have thought of every possible need for your fuzzy friends. I look forward to reading more of you thoughtful posts.

  66. Meow! How cute is that? I live on a farm and you would not believe what comes in my house! I love this idea of a pet room, although I would have to make mine in a mudroom area as the pigs, and goats are not allowed in to the living quarters of our home.

  67. The conception of a pet room is sheer brilliance. I have 2 dogs and a cat, let me tell you trying to keep the dogs from eating out of the liter box is a struggle. The room would be helpful even if it is just a closet for kitty.

    • Our first cat room was a closet under the stairs…just like Harry Potter LOL. As long as you can run a exhaust fan to the outside, which make a difference in the smell, I say do it!!!

  68. This is such good idea, I have two small Yorkies and I think they would still love this idea too. We use the Wee Wee patch puppy grass stations for indoor use. This would keep them out of the way and the door would let them come and go as they please.

  69. I love those sweet little iron wall hooks they are absolutely perfect for this room. Also I really like the barn wood face out on the wire rack, that is just genius.

  70. I love animals too, and about a dozen pets myself. I find this article to be very insightful and the perfect way to keep the pet mess at bay. You have some really great ideas and I am so happy to have stumbled upon your lovely blog.

  71. How sweet, I really like this idea a lot. We have several kitties and the liter box as you know is always a problem. I hate tripping over it in my bathroom. Adding the exhaust fan is a very viable solution to the smell issue too! Thanks for sharing.

  72. Do you have a a lot of cats? I would assume you do to make them a room. I love pets it seem like we have a zoo right now with fish, cat, dog, rabbit oh and a hamster. I draw the line at snakes…..no snakes in the house.

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  75. I wish to express some thanks to this writer just for rescuing me from a potential horrible cat box situation. Your primary expertise and kindness in touching all areas was precious. Thank you so much for your expert advice and help. I will not hesitate to recommend the blog to anybody who needs to have direction on this problem.

  76. Well that is a good idea. I guess it could be used for small dogs too just add puppy pads.

  77. Good idea for any pets to keep your home clean. The linoleum is a really good idea to clean up spills and messes.

  78. Pet rooms are essential in keeping your home clean I wish more people knew about this. We just bough a home that looked like live stock lived in the basement.

  79. I love my fluffer’s this is a really good idea to keep the food and water out of my room and kitchen. Thanks!

  80. Oh how cute is this and whole room for your fuzzies. What a fantastic idea! I am so copying you, so smart!

  81. Well you are on to something here. You could even make it a dog grooming station if you add some plumbing.

  82. Where have you been all my life? This is a great idea! I am so sick of tripping over the food dishes in my kitchen, I could just puke! Totally doing this!

  83. I like this idea for smaller pets like dogs and cats. I have a pet pig, do you think it will work too? I guess if the door is big enough for a large dog old wilber would also fit. I may give it a go.

  84. I really love all the attention to detail you put into this room. Even if it just for your pets, the container and hooks are adorable. Good job!

  85. Thanks for your article. I appreciate seeing pet renovations to a space, to make living with them easier. I love all my pets but like you said they can be very messy sometimes.

  86. You could definitely see your expertise in the work you write. The world hopes for more passionate writers like you who are not afraid to say how they believe. You love your cats, you made them a room, instead of using a makeshift bathroom or sending them outside. Always follow your big feline loving heart. Meow

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  88. I have taken notice that your site caters to pet owners and ways to design their home and takes thats them into account. Thanks for sharing your innovative notions on this site, I will sure tune back in.

  89. Great,Excellent,Outstanding! You have a good web blog. It’s hard to find high quality writing like yours these days. I really appreciate the honesty of individuals like you! We all have pets and they are just messy, great ideas of containing it all:) Take care!!

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  92. Hi just wanted to give you a brief heads up and let you know a few of the images aren’t loading correctly. I’m not sure why but I think its a linking issue. I’ve tried it in two different browsers and both show the same results. I was really hoping to see them and see how the pet room turned out. Great blog idea from a loving pet owner.

    • Hi Aundrea, can you be more specific which pictures are not loading? I have checked them, and they all seem to be working from all of my devices and device of others in my area. You may want to check back, it could have been a service issue. Thanks for stopping by.

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  95. I believe this is a great idea to contain the mess indoor pets create. I have two small dogs and this would be great for them too! Great blog post.

  96. I have several pets and this concept is a wonderful solution to all my stinky problems. An indoor liter box is the most horrific thing I have ever dealt with, and I feel like one of those Fabreeze commercials every time I walk in my guest bathroom. Unfortunately I am not nose blind. So I feel the exhaust fan installation, and it constantly running to remove odors is brilliant.

  97. Today, I went to the beachfront with my children. I found a sea shell and gave it to my 4 year old daughter and said “You can hear the ocean if you put this to your ear.” She placed the shell to her ear and screamed. There was a hermit crab inside and it pinched her ear. She never wants to go back! LoL I know this is entirely off topic but I had to tell someone! Reading your pet room story made me think of creating a new home for her pet, although it will not be an entire room, I agree that pets need their own space too.

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  99. Thanks-a-mundo for the really great article post on pet rooms. I have several furry friends so I should find a space to house all of there amenities, to get them out of my bathroom. Great blog post, please keeping writing this quality of stuff.

  100. This a great way to keep you house clean and order free. I have 4 cats and I feel your pain. I need to find a small closet I could recreate this room in. Thanks.

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    • Hermine you can get bigger doors, but keep in mind that means a bigger hole in the wall. If your pups are a larger breed dogs like a labs, retrievers or even great danes you may be correct in not applying this technique to your space.

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  107. Love this! My fiance and I bought our kitty a “tree house” and it’s HUGE. It’s such an eye-sore, but she loves it so much that we just deal with it. We will have to consider a “pet room” for our next place.

    • Yes I feel your pain, I love my animals but pet products are not as cute or stylish as they could be…. it is always a challenge for me.

    • We actually implemented this same concept in our first starter home as well, and we had no extra space. We utilized a under the staircase closet, vented an exhaust fan into our garage. It was not perfect but it still did the trick. I would even consider an extra closet on a exterior wall, maybe in a office area. As long as you can add the exhaust fan that is what removes odors from your home.

  108. That is so cool. I have never thought about doing something like that but our cat Mittens would love something like this.

  109. I’m really enjoying the design and layout of your blog.
    It’s a very easy on the eyes which makes it much more pleasant for me to come here and visit more often. Did you
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    • Thank you, it is from a template available through WordPress. I was able to alter the basic designed the layout, widgets, text, font and I created my own logo/copyright. I did teach myself a little bit of coding too, in order to do some of these things. Which was a complete foreign concept to me….. so I really appreciate that you like the design layout. Sometimes readers have no idea how much work goes into that part. 🙂

  110. How interesting, you are truly talented and have a great ability to make something out of nothing. I am loving following your post and seeing all the creative things that you come up with, keep up the good work. xoxoxox

  111. What a fab idea! We often joke in our house that one dog has her own room. We have a spare room and she chooses to sleep in it overnight lol x

    • That is funny!!! Yes, our 5 cats each chose a separate room in the house to take up residence in. However the siblings (Brother & Sister) always pick the twin guest room I guess they like each others company, but they have their own beds…..hahahaha

  112. Such a fantastic idea to keep all the smelly, messy parts of owning pets out of the way – And the bonus is that you can just close the door when you want it to look neat!

    • Exactly!!! I love it when I have guests that are amazed I have 5 cats. I know my work is done once they say ” Really? Usually you smell cats.” I just smile sweetly and say “that was the entire goal for creating this room.”

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