9 unique spaces for our fury friends

Pets. Most of us have them, or at least dream about having them. They bring in life (and of course chaos sometimes) to our home, they’re always there for you. That’s why they deserve a special place, not some hideaway. It is important for them to have a safe space where they can rest and sometimes hide if they don’t want to be around.

I found some great pictures where interior designer had to include room for pets and they did a good job. Enjoy!

Umbau eines Reihenmittelhauses aus den 70er Jahren
Very practical and space saving solution. So you not falling over the pets bowls and kids have no excuse to splash their water. Because you only take the drawer out when it’s lunch time. Clever.
Home in Toronto 8
Those who loves walking their dogs know exactly how muddy and dirty they can get. Having a shower that is comfortable both for the owner and the dogs – is a life saver!
dogs dream
Utility room includes not only washing machine and dryer, but also a dog shower and a cozy dog bed. Very pet-friendly.
Seaside whimsy in Centerville, MA
Love the use of the side of the island. And especially the bone-shaped drawers openings!
California Cape Cod
Great use of the space under the stairs.
Hoffmanresidence-Bedroom.jpg
This pet owner do not forget to match the dog bed to this modern bedroom look.
Completed Work
Minimalistic and very cute opening for a cat to go out to the toilet.
Durango Plan - Valentine Estates,  Woods Cross
Another use of under the stairs space.
Lynn Valley Residence
I just couldn’t left this behind. Grand opening for the fury friends.

Little tip, no 1.

So you have an interest in Interior design. You love beautiful homes, stylish decor and nice pictures. Sometimes that is not simply enough to make your home YOURS and make all those things you like LIVE together. Sometimes we all need a little tip. From now on I will share little short tips with you every week.

So No 1:

Open floor creates the illusion of more space. What do I mean by that? Forget heavy furniture (like chunky sofas or large coffee tables with no legs). Think lighter. Longer legs that shows more floor space. Bedside tables that comes of the wall or from the bed and does not cover the floor. Go up – choose wardrobes that goes straight up to the ceilings. Oh, and the most important – clear out unnecessary stuff. That gives you space not only in your home, but in your head too!

Here are some inspiration from Pinterest (click on the pictures to find some more information). See you next week!