Etsy.com is one of my go-to treasure troves of new talent in all things design and dog. CollageOrama store on Easy.com offers
a really cool selection of dog illustration art printed on upcycled dictionary pages. All things art on old book pages are a hot interior home design trend, but I almost had a cute-attack when I saw this Admiral Wheels the Steampunk Corgi dog print.
Special needs dogs are beginning to get the attention they deserve and this is just another example of who the awareness trend continues to grow. YAY!!
If you want the ULTIMATE conversation piece, pick this print up for your punk rock loving rat friends. These prints will only set you back $6.99!! The price is a bargain!
KickStarter is quickly becoming a treasure trove of pet product innovation. You can find passionate entrepreneurs looking to fund everything from high-tech pet fitness gadgets to modern dog houses. The Kool Dog House is one of the most artistic and functional dog dens I’ve seen in a while. It actually sooooo COOOOL that it was chosen as a Kickstarter Staff Pick.
This baby is built to last from sleek design to it’s metal construction and the super fabric by Crypton they use on their washable slip covers. The designer Ki Park has really given through thought to every design feature of this den. It’s simply beautiful and is home furnishing accessory for both YOU and your PET.
I look forward to watching this awesome design come to market! Keep your eye on this brand gang!
Luxury Pet Accessories Dog & Dolls is the all-Italian brand that is simply put Belissima!
From these adorable sweatshirts made in stretch cotton featuring prints dedicated to singular dog breeds or groups of dogs and embellished with pearls and Swarovski crystals, to this stunning Eco-leather jewel harness made with pearls, crystals and floral applications in resin, finished with Swarovski,this collection made in Italy by specialized workshops are really special!
Personally I am dying to wrap up my little ones in this snuggie and say Buona Notte!
Hawaii-based Unleash Studio brings a unique perspective to the Dog House design space. Lead designer Melissa Rivera imbues all of their designs with a pinch of the “Aloha” spirit as well as a good dash of industrial design influence.
The Container Dog House 21 was inspired by the Shipping Container Home designs that have been the darling of the forward thinking architectural world. With it’s simple and rugged exterior the “21” Dog House would fit perfectly into a loft or other industrial space. Handy detachable wheels make the house easy to move. The interior encloses a comfy sleep/hiding area while also allowing for a end cabinet to store food dishes, toys and fashion. Made from PVC, Aluminum and Acrylic this Dog House is built to last. The house is 20” h x 33.5” l x 15“w for inquiries contact Unleash Studio directly.
Italian style meets ecological design intelligence with this stylish indoor/outdoor dog house from Casetta. Offered in 4 sizes ranging from S – XL the Casetta Dog Box/Cuccia comes in a range of 5 exterior colors and 3 roof colors. The construction of the Dog Box is refined with sustainability in mind – to minimize wood scrap during the manufacturing process a pantographic pattern is used to optimize material use. The indoor version is made of sustainably farmed prime grade fir wood while the outdoor model uses wood for the interior with colored metal exterior facings.
This is a very interesting looking piece of furniture – What is it? The Happily Ever After Chair was designed by Kim Hyun Joo as a way to blend a dog house and a chair into one piece that let’s both coexist in a small space. Made of cast resin with a fabric seat cushion this looks like a great way to pal around with your pooch during lazy weekends. The design was awarded the prestigious Red Dot Award in 2008. For more information see the designer’s site – Kim Hyun Joo.
In Xanadu did Kublah Khan
A stately pleasure dome decree….
It took Samuel Coolridge multiple tokes of opium to envision an otherworldly sultanate worthy of being called a “pleasure dome”. But you can pack up the pipe and head over to the bountiful bazaar of Etsy Continue reading →