Rabbits are sociable animals and should be housed in common spaces such as living room to ensure constant interaction with the family members. Bedroom may be noisy for the light sleepers while kitchen may not be hygienic due to fur shedding. Space should also be shaded and away from sun and rain.
Minimum 4-piece playpen (measure s1m x 1m) for one rabbit and minimum 6-piece playpen (measures 2m x 1m) for two rabbits. We typically recommend metal playpens but plastic ones will be suitable for non-chewers. Metal playpens come in L (L94cm x H72cm) and XL (L94cm H101cm). For high jumpers, we recommend you cover the top or purchase XL size.
4-piece playpen for 1 rabbit (measures 1m by 1m)
6-piece playpen for 2 rabbits (measures 2m by 1m)
4-piece plastic playpen for 1 rabbit (measures 1m x 1m)
4-piece plastic playpen for 1 rabbit with mesh to cover top
If the rabbit is well litter-trained, you can enclose him in a corner of the house or let him roam the entire house if the space is well bunny-proofed.
A bedroom with no dangling wire and no fabric curtain within reach. Most rabbits do not like parquet flooring. It would best to line with plastic mat or carpet for better grip.
A corner of the living room that is enclosed using flexible metal grids. Do keep rabbits with itchy mouth out of wallpaper as they can tear it apart if they could find a loose edge!
Another example of a corner of a living room that is bunny proof with no exposed wire and loose fabric. Rabbits do like to hide in tight corners so do make sure these corners are visible and accessible for you to reach.