We love our pets but our pet accoutrements are not exactly haute decor. Litter boxes, dog beds and scratching posts are pretty unsightly. Check out these pet accessories--they're pretty fun!
Pet Toys Don't Have to be Catastrophic Design!
We love the simplicity of these cat trees. Cats can climb and get up high without your home looking like a discount carpet outlet!
For those of you who like the vintage mod look, this cat bed/tree is a great option.
These cat scratching posts look much more sculptural and artistic than your run of the mill cat toys.
This cool design comes in either brown or white!
This is a very similar design however, this one gives you the flexibility to use it as a bench or for more pet storage.
Putting the Wow in Bow!
We love that this little bed doubles as a table and adore these modern beds, and they work for either a dog or cat or...husband!
Interesting take on a pet bed...
And how about some modern dog houses?
and for the twee canine...
The Integrated Pet
While all of these options are great, we like to see pet design integrated into the home so that pets function better and we work less. No more cats scratching at doors at 4:00 am or accidentally getting locked out of the room their litter box is in. Pets are given free entry/exit into spaces making them much easier to live with.
Exterior doggy doors we have all heard of, but we love these interior doggy doors even more.
Integrating the kennel into the cabinetry is a great way to conserve space and is such a good looking option.
What dog doesn't appreciate a lovely crystal chandelier to sleep under?
Laundry/ Pet Rooms
We really love laundry rooms that integrate all the pets' needs inside of them. Bed, food, litter box and it's still attractive!!!
We love the concept of incorporating the litter box into the cabinetry to hide it... but does it really need to be in the shape of a cat???
Here's a couple cool outdoor pet features...
Great little dog run and bubbler fountain for the backyard.
And finally... some great looking art for the walls
And Julie's favorite...the wire-haired dachshund in honor of Ernest, Leonard and Harold.