Are you planning a home remodel? Perhaps these photos of recent home renovations will convince you to work your dog's needs into your design plans too. (You already sacrifice your time, money, freedom, and the occasional pair of shoes for him, why not go all in?)
(Image Credit: Collins Interiors via Instagram)
Dallas-based design firm Collins Interiors used clean white and brass finishings to create this built in dog crate with a modern farmhouse vibe.
(Image Credit: House of Jade Interiors via DecorPad)
If you have a dog who loves to get muddy, this custom doggy shower (!) could be the perfect addition to your mudroom.
(Image Credit: Brynn Olson Design Group)
This custom dog crate by Brynn Olson is 😍😍😍. If it pulls at your heartstrings, but a custom installation isn't in your budget right now, consider installing wire front cabinets that slide open. (IKEA hack, anyone?)
(Image Credit: Dina Bandman)
This blue and white laundry room makes use of all available space by adding in something you don't see very often - a dog bath! This separate space to wash your dog allows you to keep rogue hair, dirt, and doggy shampoo away from your own bathroom.
(Image Credit: Peter A. Sellar via Live Simply)
One more inspiration pic in favor of creating a dog wash station in your own house. If you're a dog person, it's safe to assume that you'll get plenty of use out of one!
This white lattice safety gate rolls in and out, allowing you to block off dog-free zones, separate dogs from toddlers, and keep your dog in one room when you have guests over. When it's not in use, you just wheel it back into the wall.
If you're tired of tripping over dog bowls, Chris and Julia over at ChrisLovesJulia.com show us how to make
this DIY elevated feeding station that is both chic and practical.
We're huge fans of this modern dog bed that would blend in seamlessly with your mid century modern or minimalist house design.
Speaking of dog beds, here's a stylish option when you don't want your dog to sleep in bed with you, but you do want her to be as close as possible.
A dog who gets his own special nook under the stairs (complete with artwork??) is a lucky dog indeed.
Would you consider any of these for your home?