If you haven’t already put out your national Doughnut Day flag and ordered your dozen Krispy Kream’s then you must be living in a cave. Yes folks, today is National Doughnut Day and dogs are taking to social media in full support.
Dogs are taking selfies and posting their cute pics to social media and photo sharing sites like flickr. They are a force to be reckon with demanding their fair share of doughnuts! Happy #DoughnutDay pupstylers.
If you are a long-time PupStyle reader, you know by now we have a soft spot for those cool works of art featuring a dogs head on a human body called anthropomorphic art.
A start-up called Bark Meow is creating amazing photorealistic paintings of dogs and cats. However, they don’t just put your pets head men’s suite or the Mona Lisa, but even the wise Yoda from Star Wars! They launched crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo to jump- start the biz. Show them some love by sharing and funding if you are feeling the vibe!
PupStyle parents know spring is ideal for starting the dream “pet home-improvement” project you’ve thinking about all winter long. Whether it’s building space-saving, custom kitchen drawers with pet feeders built in or a dream dog house, HomeAdvisor.com can match you up with the right contractor to make your “pet project” a reality.
HomeAdvisor.com knows all about dog houses, especially being #inthedoghouse! Their recent TV commercial is responsible for making dogs bark when they hear a doorbell and owners wishing for ear plugs.
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If you’ve red my book, PupStyle Red Carpet Pups you know I LOVE styling dogs to look like celebs. Photographer Mackenzie Berle snapped this awesome shot of a dog moonlighting as Howard Stern. You can find more of her work at www.theroadphotography.com I only wonder where Beth is? Maybe that will be here next project…Dog moonlighting as Beth Stern?
PupStyle readers know a dog bed is meant to be a home furnishings accessory, not just a eye sore in the corner of a room.
Vintage White Elephant is a new New Jersey based business making one of a kind handcrafted dog beds out of mostly vintage fabrics found from from elegant and exotic locations from Paris to Nepal.
These are investment pieces meant to be an elegant conversation piece to accent your home interior. Think about one design for your bedroom and another for your family and dining rooms.
The unique fringe used in these designs really caught my eye. I also appreciate the shabby-chic meets international vibe. The use of various prints and colors keeps the eye moving and the design interesting.
The bed covers have already been pre-washed so no worries about any shrinking next time you toss it in the wash and it also has a protective vinyl inside cover to protect the down or alternative insert from and liquid messes. sweet!
Given these are one-of-a-kind pieces, and each is made by hand (no factory line for these beauties) and the time it takes to select the fabrics, these are really special designed to be admired. Great Job Vintage White Elephant! The “Cherry’s On Top” design above is $275. Not bad for so much TLC put into a dog bed.
Living the PupStylish life means that every aspect of your pets world has a style element incorporated. If you are an interior design junkie or just appreciate a tidy organized home, check out Harry Barker’s line of Sweet Grass dog toys, hemp toy storage bins, food bins and modern leash hooks.
Organize your dogs toys in a durable hemp storage bin with an earth friendly coating on the inside for easy cleaning. The hight is ideal for small and big dogs to reach into to grab a toy and the basket is so pretty it acts as a home furnishing accessory. $36
It’s a breeze to keep your dog toys stylist too. One of my pet peeves are ugly dog toys laying around my house. If a toy is going to be out on the floor, I want it to be interesting or attractive for me to look at as well as fun and safe for my pet.
Harry Barker’s Sweet Grass bone toys are so pretty that you won’t mind seeing them all over the house $12.
Dog food bags are not only space hogs, but down right ugly if you don’t have storage to hid the. If you appreciate a softer, natural look as opposed to the usual metal storage cans, these are ideal for you. The canister is sturdy, recycled steel and the outside is covered in Sweet Grass.
Charity ALERT….Harry Barker will donate a portion of their Sweet Grass Baskets to the International African American Museum in Charleston, South Carolina. Always a love a “giving” brand!! $52
If you are a PupStyler, you own more than one dog leash and have a nice collection of collars to match. Hang your dog leashes on stylish leash hook to display your collection and keep them organized. $22
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!