Amenity, eco-friendly textiles and home furnishing pioneers, have launched their first pet collection for our poochy pals!
Muir elevated feeder
Matching the fairly new Amenity Muir furniture collection, this raised dog feeder is made of reclaimed Douglas Fir sourced locally in California. Each is finished with low-VOC finishes and non-toxic stains. The rubber-ringed stainless steel bowls are include, and sizes are small, medium and large.
Editor’s note: Please welcome Christine E. Martinez of LAMA designs to Dog Milk! Christine (and her modern dog Miles) — an interior designer, blogger and dog-lover — will be a regular contributor to the site. You can learn more about Christine and Miles on our About page.
Hipsters. They’re so hot right now. Unhappy Hipsters, Hipster is the New Homeless, Stuff Hipsters Hate, etc. The long list of blogs celebrating hipster culture through humor seems to be growing at an exponential rate. In the sea of emerging hipster blogs, my personal favorite is the always hilarious Hipster Puppies. What’s cuter than a Ray-Ban wearing, Pabst Blue Ribbon sipping, Mad Men watching hipster pup? The answer? Not much. It’s no wonder that Hipster Puppies is in the process of becoming a soon to be released book! Inspired by one of my favorite daily reads, I put together a roundup of some great products to help your dog achieve this of-the-moment look. Check it out if you want to, I don’t really care. (Wow, that was so hipster of me).
From top left, clockwise: Black Skull Dog Bed by Snuggle Puppies; Green Plaid Feeder by Skate Dog Studios; Lucky Tattoo Tank by Michi Pet; Beefy Ale Bowser Non-Alcoholic Beerby Bowser Beer; Tattoo Dog Pet Costume from Buy Costumes; Leather Dog Collar-Millionaire from Calling All Dogs; Striped Skull Dog Hoodie by The Punky Pup.
BÄSTIS is a cute stand for food bowls designed by Monika Mulder for IKEA. The four paws raise the bowl so that bigger dogs don’t need to bend down too far to munch.
The fun, colorful Popware for Pets collection of pet dining accessories includes collapsible bowls and travel cups, can lids, mats, and collapsible and adjustable raised feeders.
[via Grassroots Modern]
Little Wolf, created by Parker Kuncl, offers customizable wooden dog beds, feeders and toy boxes made from wine crates.
Little Wolf came about after Parker adopted Jenna, an adorable 5 year-old Husky/Samoyed mix in need of a forever home. Parker, Jenna’s new guardian and home, was running around trying to get his home ready for this little wolf. First thing’s first, she needed some bowls and food. Parker didn’t want to get just any old plastic bowl. He’s wanted to do something creatively wine-themed for a while and a spare wine crate laying around was perfect.
Thus the first Little Wolf Buffet elevated dog feeder was born. Of course Jenna needed a personalized feeder so other dogs would know it was hers, so she made Parker engrave her name and birthday on the front.
Little Wolf offers pets and their owners fun and aesthetically pleasing pet products for home owner?s and pet?s enjoyment, health and play. All products are sourced locally, hand built by Parker in Seattle, and employ reclaimed unused items 98% of the time (aside from the brand new pet bowls and beds).
I would like to call this style of dog accessories “modern cottage.” The Chatham Collection from Up Country makes use of colorful, country colors with more modern style and easy interlocking fabrication. The finishes are also non-toxic.
For the ultramodern design lover, these Farina dog bowls will fit in swell with your European-style kitchen.