1. Fur, fur, everywhere!
Tip: pick neutral or dark colors and textured fabrics to help hide fur, better yet, pick colors that match your pet! Hardwood floors are easier to clean than wall to wall carpeting, however don't go too dark that will show scratches and dirt.
Here is a gilded crate for your loved one. Most definitely worth the 11k price tag, right?
3. Tattered scratching posts, eye sore! These are great pieces for your feline friends to scratch and a wonderful way to add sculptural elements to your interiors.
4. Stinky litter boxes.
Tip: clean them out...frequently. :) If you have more than one cat, be sure to have multiple litter boxes. Here are some fun ways to conceal the litter box.
5. Mud. Clever way to deal with muddy paws... pet showers in your mudroom.
I am smitten with these bed designs for your four-legged friend.
and for our feathered friends...
From Peter Rolfe is this fun and minimalist way to store pet items. So cute!
Here is the ultimate feline friendly home. Asahi Kasei's Plus-Nyan house is minimalist design that combines living space for both the owner and the cats. The entire house is like a kitty play house, with shelves for climbing, beams for walking across, and tunnels built into the walls, the home even has an outdoor patio for the kitties to bask in the sun. This residence truly is Smart Design with Pets in Mind.
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Interior Design Services available by Nicole Milley
Pet Beds and furniture are available at
White Orchard Home Furnishings
4203 North Buffalo Street Orchard Park, NY