It’s time for the millions of people who own pets throughout the world to quit being so self-absorbed when it comes to their furnishings. Not just the people that live in your home but also animals and other non-humans should be considered while designing your furnishings. This is the idea behind the Cat Tunnel Sofa, which is a piece of furniture that can accommodate both you and your cat. This couch was hand-built from the ground up by designer Seungji Mun, who used a substantial section of pipe for the sofa’s tunnel and foam for the cushions.
Why not create a chair that is big enough for both you and your pet to sit in because they generally wind up doing it anyhow, either beneath your chair or on a nearby table? The “Rocking-2-gether Chair” was designed by Paul Kweton and is a cross between a traditional rocking chair and a home for a dog or cat. Have fun when letting your Cockapoo or Cocker Spaniel out! The seat and back of the chair are both constructed of birch plywood, and below it is a little shelf that provides space for your dog, cat, or other creature to sit beside you. It is not advised for use with animals that have long tails.
This multipurpose object may be used as a coffee table or night stand in addition to offering a concealed sleeping place for your pet dog or cat.
Starla, the Chihuahua who belongs to celebrity Chad Rogers, has access to an incredible sofa that comes equipped with pet steps.
To help keep the kitchen neat and organised, Artisan Kitchens is producing kitchen furniture with built-in feeding stations. Everyone is welcome to join us at the table.
I believe that this is the perfect piece of furniture for cats; it must be a cat’s dream. Why is it that human beings constantly assume that objects must be placed on furniture? Why don’t they realise that we cats need a vantage point from which we can see everything that goes on in a room? These wonderful locations are always stocked with a variety of items, including books, clothing, and other items. They must also have furnishings suitable for cats.
Emily Wettstein, an American designer, came up with the idea for this table. The body of the table is made of walnut and steel, and there is a detachable planter in the table’s middle that may be stuffed with cat-friendly foliage.
Marco, Toru Hirose’s basset hound, has access to a secret snack bar, bathroom, and sleeping area in the living room of the home he shares with his owner Toru Hirose in Kobe, Japan.
Jardin Chic is demonstrating that “chic” furniture that is also pet-friendly is quite possible. Take a peek at these planters that serve more than one purpose. They provide green places as well as beds for animals, such as cats, dogs, or birds.
Bob Walker and Frances Mooney have given their house over to their cats to the point that there are catwalks, cat tunnels, and more cat décor than you could ever conceive.