How To Match Pet Accessories With Your Home Decor
Many pet owners have struggled to curate a Pinterest-worthy home while still creating a comfortable environment for their dogs. But what happens when your dog's belongings begin to look like clutter and clashes with your style?
Whether you have one dog or several, their beds, toys, food bowls, and leashes can start to take over your home. It can be challenging to find items that our pets love, but that also mesh well with our home's interior design aesthetic.
Fortunately, today's marketplace offers a wide variety of stylish dog supplies and accessories to match nearly every design style. Here are some recommendations for finding items for your dog that will complement your home decor.
This retro style from the 1950s to mid-1960s has made a big comeback and it's here to stay. Look for items that feature wood tones, a mixture of materials and organic shapes, and bright, bold pops of color.
These food bowls could easily be confused for plant stands worthy of a snake plant, but they’re the perfect height for your pup to eat and drink from.
These punchy terrazzo-printed beds are handcrafted in Brooklyn, NY. The cover is machine-washable and the orthopedic insert is accident-resistant, making it great for dogs of all ages.
Storage baskets are a great way to keep toys, blankets, collars, or leashes organized and off the floor without sacrificing valuable cabinet space.
Bohemian design has been dominating Instagram feeds lately, and for good reason. This eclectic style encapsulates a wide range of colors, layered textures, and fun patterns. Design tip: choose pieces that incorporate a soft color palette to create a cozy, relaxed aesthetic.
The Rifle Paper Co. prints on these toys are so chic that you won’t be scrambling to hide them in a cabinet before you have guests over.
These two-tone clay stoneware bowls are dishwasher and microwave safe, making feeding time a cinch.
Protecting your floors from dog food and water doesn’t mean sacrificing style with this waterproof tropical mat.
The European influence and ornate details offered by this timeless category are not to be overlooked. Incorporate warm, dark tones, classic prints (think herringbone or plaid), and luxurious materials for a refined and sumptuous environment.
This luxurious faux leather lounger has the look of a vintage sofa, but has a durable and easy-to-clean cover with 100% recycled hypoallergenic filling.
Say goodbye to bulky plastic containers and opt for this Parisian-inspired food storage canister, which comes in three different sizes.
This elegant pet feeder has the craftsmanship of an antique, and would complement any traditionally decorated kitchen or dining room.
When it comes to minimalist decor, less is more. This style focuses on neutral colors, clean lines, and a strong sense of functionality over ornamentation. Aim for simple or monochromatic accessories to emphasize a clean and uncluttered space.
Toys from Wild One may look like modern art, but are made from 100% natural rubber and 100% organic cotton, making them durable enough for lots of playtime
This simple bed makes a big statement, and because it is made to order, the metal frame and fabric color can be customized to match your furniture.
This two-textured ceramic bowl is peak minimalist design, with four colors and two sizes to choose from.