The family's golden retriever relaxes in the living room as morning sunlight pours through the windows. The wooden ornate child's chair and traditional sofa and wingback chair reinforce the room's classic style.
This adorable golden retriever is at home in this cool contemporary white master bathroom with marble tile floors, mosaic, and counters, modern bowl sinks and vanity, and gold sconce, accents, and hardware throughout.
The nursery is straight from a storybook with pretty curtains. Antique toys, including a rocking horse, are enjoyed by a new generation. The family's golden retriever enjoys a peaceful interlude while the children are away.
The courtyard of this Point Lorna, California, villa home features a lush split-level garden courtyard perfect for frolicking pets, like this golden retriever which can traverse a a minimalist water feature by crossing a footbridge accented with inlaid stone.
If you can't keep the pets off the furniture, opt for durable and neutral upholstery that hides pet hair. Here, a golden retriever enjoys a nap on the London sofa from R. Jones. An orange and green quilt adds a touch of country charm to the farmhouse living room.
Large expanses of glass are one key tool architects use to create a strong connection between a house and its surroundings. In this new house set on a vineyard, the team at Mihaly Slocombe strove to design a house that would “feel cozy when occupied only by our clients and their golden retriever, yet spacious during frequent visits from family and friends. The house also needed to establish a strong connection between indoor spaces and the natural environment.” To achieve these goals, the architects surrounded the living space with sliding and bifolding doors framed with western red cedar.