We've built chicken coops before, of course - but this was our first rabbit hutch! Our client had three half-grown bunnies (litter trained) who currently resided in her living room - but in a busy household of children and working adults, this could only be a temporary arrangement. So together, we planned a rabbit hutch for the front porch. Well sheltered from the weather, the rabbits would have a safe place to live in the fresh air. (The rabbit photo is by Robobobobo).
We took photos of the hutch while it was still in the woodshop:
The hutch fills a 4x7 foot space at the end of the porch, and and comes to 2 feet at its height. There are doors over the run and the rabbit house alike, to make for easy cleaning. We used spruce wood and dipped wire mesh, and prepped the hutch for our client to paint. The photos were taken before we installed latches and handles on the doors. When installed, it has its own plywood floor, to which the hutch is securely screwed.
We directed our client to a good source of hay, so the rabbits will be nice and cozy in their house, even on the coldest days!