Paint or Stain a Catio

If you have a pressure-treated lumber Catio, consider adding paint or enrich the look of your Catio or match it to your home, existing deck, or pergola. Painting offers endless possibilities! 

For cedar and redwood lumber Catios, we would not recommend painting the lumber, but staining your Catio to match an existing tone of lumber is most definitely an option! 

Painting a Catio

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Standard pressure-treated Catio with no paint.

1. Standard Catio (Pressure-Treated Lumber)

Standard pressure-treated Catio comes with no paint. 

 
farmhouse catio custom cat enclosure

2. Catio with Painted Trim or Details

We can paint small details or large designs on your Catio; the garden boxes or the simply the trim! 

large painted catio pressure treated with gable roof
Catio painted to match customer's house.

3. Painted Catio 

Painting the entire Catio can offer a pop of constrast or, like this Catilac Catio, can help the it blend seamlessly into your home.

Staining a Catio

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1. Standard Catio (Cedar, Redwood, and Pressure-Treated Lumber Catios)

Standard cedar, redwood and pressure treated lumber catios come with no staining. 

 
small window catio attached to home

2. Catio with Stained Trim or Details

We can stain small details or large designs on your Catio; the garden boxes or the simply the trim! 

redwood catio outdoor cat enclosure

3. Stained Catio 

Staining a cedar or redwood catio can give it the tone you’re looking for to match existing lumber used in your house or garden.

Are you ready to get started with building a Catio?

We are happy to assist you!