House rabbits will love to crawl into small gaps like under sofas and cabinets. Block these gaps where they can crawl into with a piece of ply wood or cushions.
Always take care with reclining furniture or pull out sofa beds etc as these make ideal hiding places for your rabbit and can be dangerous if your rabbit gets caught up in them if you are unaware they are there.
Use galvanised wire panels, cut into rectangles and bed round corners of walls that your rabbit is showing interest in. You can also bend them round furniture you want to protect too. Make sure there are no sharp edges.
Rabbits love corners of walls & corners for carpet pulling. Also metal carpet dividers can be of interest to your bunny. Use draught excluders to cover the end of carpets that your rabbit may be chewing (like at patio doors) These are also good for covering corners too. Use mats or tiles to cover corners …
New items of furniture will always need to be investigated by your bunny. They will want to scent it with their chins. Watch over them, allow them to scent it and get ready to teach them no if they go to chew it.
Rabbits love sitting behind sofas and exploring the edges of rooms. Take time to watch your rabbit and get ready to say ‘no’ when they go to chew something they shouldn’t. Keep doing this until they no longer show interest.
Always provide plenty of safe fun alternatives to distract your rabbit. It’s no good distracting them from something and they have nothing else to go to as they will just keep going back to what you are trying to distract them from. Remember to praise them when they do go to the safe alternative.