Love these clean, modern contour bowls available at Uma. They come in small, large, and double.
Magenta Inc. has some great dog stuff, if you’re into this type of look. It’s not a very contemporary look, but I still think it could work in a modern space. San Francisco-based designer Rae Dunn does a great job of creating pieces simple enough to blend into any decor.
The ergonomically-designed Zen collection from Wetnoz comes in 2- and 3-cup sizes, with a little side cubby for a treat. Actually, it’s really supposed to be a thumb hole for easy gripping. What do you think your dog would go to first? The food or the treat?
I was reading DESIGNwatcher and spotted these simple, but classic dog bowls from Bauer Pottery. They come in small, medium, and large and a huge range of colors.
Vurv has introduced a new line of bowls called Series 1. They’re very simple, and modern, following in Vurv’s sleek signature style and available in four bowl sizes and six veneer options. You can mix and match and keep your dog’s water separate from the food to avoid contamination.
All of Vurv’s products are handmade in Canada in a small furniture design studio.
I love this horn pet feeder by Arca — it’s so luxurious. And expensive, but I could have guessed that because just LOOKS expensive too. Each feeder is hand-crafted from high-quality Italian bull’s horn, so that no two are alike.
Talk about spoiling your pet!
I spotted these squishy pet bowls today via Daily Kibble, and just think they’re so cute! You can scrunch them up and throw them in a suitcase or backpack and they don’t lose their shape. They come in human versions too.