Multifunctional Pet-Friendly Furniture
Through your pet(s) might consider all furniture in the house as pet-friendly, there are pieces that might even be friendlier. Small-spaced homes can especially benefit from multifunctional pet-friendly as these can be used for your personal needs as well as for your pets.
This first table was created by American designer Emily Wettstein. The walnut and steel body has a removable planter in the center of the table that can be sewn with special greenery for kitties.
Another table is by Koichi Futatsumata called The Hammock and made of stainless steel and glass featuring a hammock that can be used as a sleeping place for your pets or for storing some stuff.
Cat Litter Boxes
Cat litter boxes have come much far from their original appearance. Now you can find specifically designed cat litter boxes in the shape of furniture such as cabinet with an opening for cat to enter. The inside is equipped with a bowl with litter so when the cat enters the cabinet she is entitled to her privacy while you are protected from odors and you can also store your books, plants or other things on the cabinet surface. The litter boxes can also be built into the faux plant vase that will both function as a cat toilet and aesthetic.
Pet hideaways can also include bed as well as function as a night table where you can put framed pictures, candles and clocks. These can be made of wood, steel and plastic. The designs and sizes vary but hideaways usually feature openings for air flow and the doors.
Some dog beds are not only multifunctional but also space-conscious. Pet Murphy Bed by Midnight Pass is a folding bed for dogs that features a mattress and folds when not in use. You can also use it as for putting photos or accessories on display.
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