Pet furniture: These stylish dog beds, sofas, houses and bowls will up the ante in your home
Terrazzo exploded all over the interiors scene as a major trend in 2018. Made of stone or resin chips set in concrete, English brand Four Legs Four Walls have utilised this speckled hard-wearing material for their individually handcrafted food and water bowls. Each piece is one-of-a-kind and comes in a slew of desirable hues including pink, teal and lilac to add a touch of whimsy to any home decor palette. Available in two sizes, these precious vessels must be hand-washed and will need to be replaced if they are chipped.
The Kyali dog sofa is a minimalist Hygge-worthy comfy spot for your small to medium fur baby. A perfect fit for Border Collies and Springer Spaniels, the luxe pet bed contrasts a natural plywood ash frame with an understated charcoal-grey cushion for a modern and refined look. Its tiny legs and washable covers mean cleaning would be just as effortless too.
California-based interior label BackupDesign's one-of-a-kind pet beds are handmade from a variety of vintage and imported fabrics. Their patterned indigo shibori textiles from Japan, in particular, stand out alongside their textured mud cloth beds. The removable and washable covers feature a heavy-duty brass YKK zipper closure with a lip to tuck the zipper head out of sight from your bite-hungry pooch. Furthermore, unlike other conventional pet beds, these handcrafted cushions won't get flat or lumpy over time even with the roughest of handling.
Created by a team of South Korean product designers, the Deauville House's architectural ambitions are reflected in the angular roof and side vents with peek-a-boo views. The elongated windows on both sides allow natural light and air to ventilate the house, giving your pooch a pleasant resting area. Made from powder-coated steel and plywood, the house comes with a cushion and is suitable for dogs under 5kg.