Housing for Bunnies
Contrary to common belief, rabbits don't have to be kept in a cage all their lives. Especially if they're litterbox trained, they can be kept loose around the house like a small dog or cat. However, if you keep them outside the house, they do need a cage.
If you want the bunny to be inside in a cage, you will probably want a medium sized wire cage that looks something like the picture at the top right.
If you are going to keep your bunny outside in a cage, you can either use a wire cage and put it in a barn or other weather-protected building, or you can get an outside hutch that will keep them out of the rain and weather. It will probably look something like the picture to the top left.
Another option (other than giving the bunny free reign of the house) is to put it in a puppy pen. However, this IS NOT a permanent outside option, unless you are planning to build a roof on it and make sure that nothing can dig it's way into the pen. But you can use the puppy pen as an outdoor bunny run if you supervise.
Something some bunny owners like to do is give the bunny mostly free reign of the house, but they get a little corner with a cardboard house (or castle) like those to the right.
Your bunny will need more than just a cage; she is going to need to furnish her cage or whatever space you give to her. The first thing she needs is hay. She needs hay to eat, to play with, sleep on, and use the bathroom. Fresh hay should be available 24/7.
Now she's going to need toys. Toys don't need to be expensive, just safe. For example, a toilet paper roll makes a great toy. You might even leave the last little bit of toilet paper on it for her to play with.
Dry leaves make a good toy, though not all bunnies like leaves, and some can be poisonous.
A good chew stick is always needed. You can just pick up a stick or twig that has fallen off of any tree - but again, make sure that you aren't feeding her anything poisonous.