Pets are important members of the family but if you’re constantly tripping over their bed or their food and water bowls then they can become somewhat of a nuisance. In order to help you we found this article with creative ways to include their items in your home. We hope they help!
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From the article:
Dogs and cats enrich our lives in so many ways, bringing companionship, joy, and humor along with their wagging tails and content purrs. But sometimes our pets’ accessory items leave little to be desired when it comes to size, space, and style. Here are some creative ideas for incorporating dog and cat bowls, beds, and more into your home décor.
Not everyone has the luxury, budget, or space to include a special area for the family pet during a remodel or new construction, but if you do, you might consider one of these ideas.
A nook at the end of an island is the perfect place to house your dog’s food and water bowls out of busy kitchen traffic. (Note elevated bowls aren’t appropriate for all dogs, so set yours on the floor if your vet so advises.)
Speaking of pet food, we love this smart built-in bin for storing pet food.
Repurposing or reworking an existing area or piece of furniture is likely a more doable option for most families. Here are some interesting ways to create dedicated spaces for your dog or cat in your home.
This kennel transforms an everyday dog crate into a pretty piece of furniture.
A pleated fabric skirt attached to the underside of this bedside table with hook-and-loop tape hides a dog crate beautifully.
Looking for garage organization ideas? Checkout this article about garage organization ideas that could be of interest to you.
Read the entire article here: http://www.thecreativityexchange.com/2016/09/creative-ways-to-incorporate-pet-items-into-your-home-decor.html