Four legged, middle-aged, dark haired, male.
Being too short to have a good perspective of a room, he is always in search of a perch, and because the canine housemate steals his food if his bowl is near the floor, he has to jump up and down from the top of a shelf that is too high for comfort.
Upholster the the top of a shelf at a comfortable height for the little man to hang out and walk around on that will also serve as some storage space for the two-legged inhabitants, allow him to get to his feeding spot more easily, and give him a climbing option in the house.
Used almost entirely leftover bits and pieces from previous projects and things I already had sitting arround:
- 2 Ikea Trones storage bins
- Pine boards: 1″x 8″ and 2″x 2″
- An old cardboard mailing tube
- Upholstery fabric
- Staple gun and staples
- Decorative upholstery tacks (this is the one thing I had to buy)
- Miscellaneous assortment of screws and brackets
Spray adhesive doesn’t really stick to memory foam.
Memory foam isn’t great for upholstery foam because it is more difficult to make it even and smooth when covering it with fabric under tension.
Regardless, kitteh approves!