Hello, all! I’m so excited to be here with you at Candy Colored Buddha with a guest post from Arcadian Home blog. It’s a wonderful place to find lots of decorating inspiration including beautiful home decor ideas from round mirrors to fabulous pendant lighting of all sorts and so much more.
Today, we’re going to take a fun look at dogs and interior design. Earlier this year, Ursula blogged about Padding for Paws. She wrote, “Knowing so many Designers and dog lovers and having a daughter that is absolutely dog crazy is more than enough reason for me to get involved. So, I have decided to adopt Padding for Paws as my company’s philanthropy.”
I am always intrigued by how many interior designers and design bloggers have canine companions who “assist” them in their creative endeavors. This collaboration begs the question:do dogs love great interior style?
Please enjoy our little visual essay on the subject and see what you think!
Can we agree that these beautiful fellows seem to think this stylish space is as comfortable as it is beautiful? The Starving Artist Patchwork square ottomans are stunning. Decorative trays like this metal one are perfect for protecting soft surfaces.
This beautiful animal is as elegant as the living room in which she poses. I would say without reservation that this lovely space meets her high design standards.
This charming country hallway was decorated with the family dog in mind. From doggie wallpaper to comfy bed with toy dog, this space awaits its canine inhabitant who surely approves of his personalized home.
Here, a loyal companion awaits his favorite person’s return. Doesn’t he look handsome as he sits at this gentleman’s vintage desk?
This patient guy seems quite content in a pale turquoise dining room with sisal rug. Modern pendant lights hang above the large round table.
Just relaxing and enjoying the view from the Cappellini sofa in the glow of a vintage chandelier, these sweet guys appear to love their well-designed home in Paris.
It’s a dog’s life at the beach in this charming coastal living space. It’s a stylish, yet comfortable home in which to enjoy long summer days.
We leave you with a peek into a Miami Beach high-rise, home to this fine fellow. When it comes to design, he’s one discerning canineóhere he poses in front of a Berner Venet steel sculpture in the home’s living room. Images 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
What do you think of these spaces for pups? Leave us your comments below and be sure to stop by Arcadian Home for more home decor and lighting inspirations!