If you’ve been searching for a stylish pet feeder devoid of cheesy dog bone patterns or “woof, woof more kibble” verbage look no further. Style mavens Holden Designs have done it again with the Holden Designs Pet Feeder! This beauty is sculpted from bent plywood and layered with a Walnut or Cherry veneer coupled with two shiny chrome bowls making it more a piece of fine design furniture rather than a lowly dog bowl. Aesthetically it works oh-so-well in a contemporary Dwell-style home, you won’t be tempted to hide it when guests come over. Kinesthetically it does wonders for your pup’s back as it raises the bowl thus limiting their need to bend over and eat or drink. We love it so much that we ordered one for Pupstyle HQ and the dogs dig it! Available in small, medium and large and priced right at $98-145 considering it’s aesthetic appeal and quality construction.
A bed worthy of a God! If there were ever a design god in the dog furniture world, Jon Wesley Rahman, founder of Holden Designs, Inc. would be that deity. An architect and furniture designer by trade, he feels the same way we do about designing dog products that are pleasing for both pooch’s and people’s perspectives. This slice of tastiness is a work of art disguised as a dog bed. Made from bent plywood with a Walnut veneer it is ideal for small to medium size dogs. The only down side is that it does not come with a cushion. Their web site states that they offer a Cornflower Blue cushion, but we can’t seem to find it. Don’t sweat it, because it works oh so well with an IKEA sheep skin happy pad (not included but available at IKEA stores for around $20). Thanks to Holden Designs, we can all finally burn our dingy old dog beds and blankets and renew our dog’s sleeping quarters! The bed measures 27.25″ x 22″ W x 11″ H. Available from designpublic.com for $250