It’s the classic dog-owner’s dilemma: You love your pup, but you also have a clear vision for the style and decor in your home, and the current dog bed does not fit the design brief. What’s a wannabe decorator to do? Go shopping, of course! Here are six cute dog beds that will coordinate beautifully with various interiors, and you won’t mind seeing on a daily basis.
If your style skews minimalist and neutral, look for a dog bed that’s a sleek envelope in a textured fabric. Or you could opt for something a little more architectural, with natural wood or rattan accents that will blend right in with the rest of your room. The Linden Day Bed from Bad Marlon reads like a Scandinavian chaise lounge for dogs, with its blonde wood base, and brown or oatmeal cushion and bolsters. The Tweed Rectangle Dog Bed from Harry Barker is deceptively simple, but the woven linen-like fabric and welted seams amp up the elegance, while the beige and pale grey color options are perfect for any home’s interior.
Mad for Mid-Century
If your hip pad is rocking a mid-century vibe, that slobber-covered red plaid dog bed just will not do! Instead, splurge on this elegant beauty – The Ann from The Resting Hound on Etsy. The clean lines of the wooden box, angled notches at the entry, and curved steel legs, will be a perfect match for your mod look. Another good mid-century option for small dogs is the Darren Wood Dog Sofa by Archie & Oscar, thanks to the streamlined design in dark-stained acacia wood and angled legs.
An Industrial Edge
Mixing an angular wood and metal frame with a comfy cushion, the Noble Walnut Serrato Dog Sofa from Tucker Murphy Pet looks stylish and cozy enough for the humans in your household to sit on. Or if money is no object, the Covo dog lounge from MiaCara, boasts a truncated tubular shape that’s elevated in the rear to create a striking profile that resembles a smoke stack or loft ductwork. It’s a cool hangout for any small dog and the option of a faux-fur cushion makes it super-luxe.
Have fun spoiling your pooch, and don’t forget to visit the Tacara at Westover Hills blog for more great design and lifestyle ideas.