Your space is your sanctuary, and just because you own a cat or two, doesn't mean you want it to be any less aesthetically pleasing. Traditional pet furniture, whether cat trees or dog crates, can stick out among your home decor and detract from the overall design of your place. That's why we've compiled some of our favorite stylish pet furniture brands that will take your interior to the next level, while still providing enrichment and comfort for your furry companions.
1. Tuft and Paw
Tuft and Paw's mission is to create modern, thoughtfully designed cat furniture that meets the needs of both humans and their pets. Each piece seamlessly blends in with the space it's placed and offers a beautifully minimalist look within a practical package. Our favorites are the Haven Litter Box Enclosure (pictured above), and the Grove Cat Tree, but each product is truly stunning in its own way.
Fable yearns to help pets lead healthier, happier lives through better design. Their signature dog crate is the perfect example of this mantra. Designed with a minimalist, Scandinavian look, it provides pets with a calming den that looks beautiful in any environment.
If you're shopping for affordable furniture that your pets will adore, look no further than Ikea! Considered the destination for dorm-room decor and wildly confusing building instructions, pet owners may be surprised to find that they actually have a beautiful line of cat trees, dog beds, and more! Give their LURVIG range a try next time you're hunting for a new feline-friendly piece.
4. Wild One
Millennial pet parent go-to, Wild One, has plenty of aesthetically pleasing options for the discerning dog or cat owner. We're particularly big fans of their matching minimalist dog bedsand food dishes - both of which are easy to wash and come in a variety of stunning color combinations.
5. Mia Cara
European brand Mia Cara ("my dear" in Italian) develops design-forward pieces with comfort and interior harmony in mind. Founder Sebastian Zweig noticed that his labrador Cara was hesitant to sleep on uncomfortable dog beds filled with stylophone balls, and from that moment forward, vowed to produce better pet products. We love that Mia Cara has such an extensive line of optionsfor both dogs and cats, each one more beautiful than the last.
6. Cat Person
Right off the bat, we were drawn to the quirky charm of Cat Person. "You don't just live with your cats. You also live with their stuff." couldn't be more true when it comes to decorating and cohabitating with our furry friends. Their canopy cat bedsare ergonomically designed and are a great conversation starter - plus, kitties love them!
If light, bright and airy is your vibe, look no further than Laylo beds! Their dog cushions are large, comfortable, and designed to fit within any interior. They have dozens of patterns to choose from, and the covers are interchangeable, so you can mix and match depending on your mood.
8. Pets So Good
Simply put, Pets So Good makes dog houses that look nicer than my own apartment. Whether your pooch is on the hunt for an A-Frame dog house or just a day bed to relax on, you're guaranteed to find a piece that elevates your space.
Lifestyle shop Made has a plethora of eye-catching dog beds and food bowls for purchase. We love their cat shelves, XL dog sofas, and rattan beds in particular, but no matter your design taste, you're sure to find something to fit your fancy. And if you need even more reasons to love them, their mission to support independent designers and commitment to sustainable practices is the cherry on top!
10. Nice Digs
If your pup rocks that big city living vibe, look no further than Nice Digs. We could totally picture our dogs chilling in one of these milk crate-esque beds, filled with cushioning all the way from Australia. They come in a variety of colors and are easy to pick up for on-the-go snoozing. If larger dog beds are more your thing, Nice Digs has a full line of those as well! Your dog will be sleeping in style in no time.
Lizz Caputo is a Content Strategist at Figo, animal enthusiast, and owner of a rescued senior American Bully. Her hobbies include checking out new restaurants in her area, boxing, and petting dogs of all shapes and sizes.