Another important consideration is bunny proofing, rabbits can cause a lot of damage if left un supervised so here's a quick check list for you to make sure you have your bases covered.
Wires & Cables are very dangerous to your bun if chewed, but also costly to replace, tie cables together and put rubber piping over them, where ever possible lift them up out of your rabbits reach. You can also purchase a 'taste nasty' spray to discourage chewing.
Carpets & Rugs, rabbits love to rip things up and shread, carpets and rugs are a prime target, i suggest removing loose rugs and checking the edges of your carpet and securing it down, rabbits will be drawn to any part that it easily lifted up and they can chew large holes, so its worth a quick check and putting in a couple of tacks to hold it secure.
Small Spaces will be very appealing to your bun, they will squeeze under chairs and behind cupboards, a quick check round before your bun arrives will save a lot of time in the long run, block off any spaces that are difficult to access or could result in your pet becomming stuck.
Furnature Legs will be chewed, especially wooden legs on chairs/ tables etc, again you can try the taste nasty spray, or you could wrap them in sisal twine as protection, give your bun lots of chew toys to disuade them chewing your furniture and remove any valuable or antique pieces before bunny arrives.
Ornaments are best moved up out of the rabbits way, vases and statues are at risk of being knocked over by an over enthusiastic binky.
Skirting Boards are just like the wood on your furniture at risk of curious bunny teeth, the best way to protect your skirting boards is to purchase some 'NIC' cubes (from BnQ or similar) and use these to run around the edges of your room, the wire mesh will prevent your rabbit damaging your home.
Curtains that are within the buns reach are likely to be chewed as they are very interesting and entertaining to a bun, it's a good idea to tie them up high or pen them off.