Due to popular demands, here is a detailed overview of the PYCbunnies’s room.
Floor: 2 thin layer of outdoor green carpet brought from costco for $40 (they have other colors as well). Bunnies still dig/scratch it but it is low profile so they cant really do any damages. We used small nails to secure the edges so the carpet will not budge. We put this carpet cover thingy (gold line in the picture) to hide the area where the two layers meet so it would look nice and prevent bunnies from chewing on it.
Fences: Made of NIC cages connected together. The small wood spikes were from Ace’s Hardware ($10ish). Wood were secured on using screws.
Poop station: Green basket with holes is from Container Store ($9). There is a small container underneath to catch all the poop and pee. The green basket has legs so there is another big container to catch anything that the small container didnt. We used Feline cat litter. We change it every 4-5 weeks. Bunnies are really good at doing their business inside even when the hays/veg/treats aren’t near the poop station. There are of course poop outside the poop station but rarely do they pee outside. We use Resolve for any pee mishaps, it works great.
Hay station: New hay are in the white pot. The bottom pan is a metal baking pan to catch the hays bunnies dont like and to prevent them from peeing/pooing in there. The green box is where the hay is stored (we brought the 20 lb oxbow from amazon). Still looking into a better hay station.
Bed: Ikea toy bed. We put the soft pet bed underneath to give them more support.
Bunny shirt hanging: from build a bear
I hope this post answers all the questions you have and help you build a nice bunny haven for your buns.