There's an awesome amount of information at Hoechstetter Interiors on selecting a pet friendly interior design. Everything from selecting fabric and paint colors to hiding the unsightly litterbox.
I even contributed a little tidbit to DogChannel.com in this article on Designer Dog Decor. Sometimes, all you need is a simple, clean, and organized way to store all that dog "stuff." Mindi Morrow, owner of Red Dog Barkery, helps people create space through intelligent use of space. For example, she suggests sticking bowls under tables (no more wet feet!) and placing dog toys in stylish baskets that match your décor.
How about some dog wallpaper for that dog room? Swedish designer Lisa Bengtsson makes lots of awesome dog themed stuff.
My friend Ollie has his own spot, actually his spot was handed down from his predecessor, Sam. His cozy corner includes framed photos of his cousins and former friends at eye level.
I love creating dog beds and other goods that fit in with your everyday lifestyle.
Where does your dog spend his or her time?
This post was written by Mindi at Red Dog Barkery. Visit her Etsy shop for durable, yet fashionable goods, or her blog for bits that are sure to whet your appetite.