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The reptile cage plans have section on making larger cages and infomation to determine sizes for larger cages.
This cage was built from an old cupboard and converted using the reptile cage plans book as a basis for the build and a number of features, including the shleving and the sliding glass doors. This outdoor cage is also suitable for reptiles such as blue tongue skinks, bearded dragons and other medium sized lizards. I am looking for some creative inspiration and wanted to see what other iHerpers may have done. Being in the business designing and engineering furniture I've seen all kinds of cabinets being used. Wood will definitely do that especially some veneers but there are a lot of different paints and varnishes out there with low VOC's you can use, even some marine paints. I think you would need to find an antique hutch to have one with a solid back -- all the mdoern stuff seems to made with fiberboard backing.


If you could find the right piece of furniture, I think it would look awesome!  Good luck in your search (I suspect it will be difficult).
At the same time it allows me and others like me to experience making the cage for our animal (animals) that we care so much about. They decided to make the sides glass as well as the front and used a top with ventilation and built in lights to conceal them. Dont forget thrift funiature and garage sales! You could check those assmble it yourself entertainment centers and stuff like that. I even made myself an enclosure on wheels I used as my coffee table until moisture got the best of it. Kaiyudsai passed on a brilliant idea to me (man's a genius and I'm supposed to be the engineer here) of using fibreglass resin to coat the inside of a wooden enclosure. I think that when someone takes the time to sit down and make something like this for their animal it really shows how much they care for them and respect them.
Armoires and china cabinets work well especially for aboreals and lizards like iguanas because of the height. If you can pm an email address I can send you some pics of a tall china cabinet that was converted.


I am looking at a closet organizer system at home depot that uses storage tubs as a rack system for the snakes im keeping in the house and if its cheap and it works it may be what I use in the herp house. Older TV cabinets gutted out work well, I've even seen a 50 inch projection TV cabinet using the existing clear screen as the front converted into a cage. It was posted in an ad but I saw the step by step building of it on a forum so I don't want to post them.
You might want to look at some of the enclosure forums on some of the other sites to see if there is anything. In the meantime there are a lot of sites that make custom enclosures that look like furniture which might give you some ideas. Some people will post threads of their projects with pics too.There may be some videos on youtube also.



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