Keep treats and dog food handy so feeding the fur babies easier for everyone. There are some great looking feed stations to choose from now with enclosed storage underneath. Also, older pets will find eating from elevated bowls more comfortable.
Furry family members need their own space, too. This cleverly designed end table can accommodate a table lamp or décor and down below there’s a cozy hideaway for your pooch to curl up when they need a break from the pack.
Keeping in mind their love of kayaking and entertaining winery guests, Kim Lewis Designs fulfilled the clients' desire for an indoor/outdoor space. The porch features a place for the pooches! Built-in benches offer lounge seating, but space underneath is super valuable, so built-in dog beds were added.
Store pet food and treats within easy reach with a pet feeder. Older dogs appreciate the elevated bowls that minimize neck strain. And they’re easy for kids to use so you can add “feed the dog” to that chore list!
After a makeover by designer Peter Feinmann, this new kitchen is bigger with the old laundry room incorporated. Maple cabinets keep the look clean and contemporary, and a trio of red pendants add essential punch. Photography by Eric Roth
Made from pine with a dark stain, designer Brian Patrick Flynn’s team created and installed this low user-friendly Dutch-style door that closes off the pet nook from surrounding spaces in the home. Outside the pet nook door sits an industrial-style iron pet feeder with raised ceramic dog food bowls that gives pets a posh way to enjoy mealtime.
Beautifully vivid vintage photographs serve as the focal point in this sitting area. The neutral walls allow the colors in the photography to pop. A dark wood coffee table is padded by a white rug, which complements the white picture frames. Velvet chairs complete the look.
A long dining table with copper insets is surrounded by sleek contemporary chairs, creating family-style seating in this Houston, Tex., wine bar. Black leather sofas are used for comfy lounge areas, while a stained concrete bar makes for a cool, industrial spot for grabbing a drink.
An oversized geometric chandelier hangs above the the circular extension on the quartzite bar, creating an intimate dining spot in Houston's Beckrew Wine House. The facade of the bar is a mosaic of hexagon tiles, while the backdrop to the space contrasts against the contemporary with a rustic brick accent wall.
White brick walls create a rustic backdrop to this contemporary wine bar in Houston’s Upper Kirby District. Floating shelves house wine glasses, while white leather barstools pull up to a quartzite bar with a wood and hexagon tile facade.
Rustic brick walls are paired with an earthy color palette for this modern industrial wine bar in Houston, Tex. A concrete ledge sits opposite contemporary black chairs and low tables for conversation, and a long dining table is surrounded by sleek wooden chairs.
A neon sky line light adds a pop of color to decorate this hip, contemporary dining room. Painted brick creates an accent wall behind the tables. Matching tables surrounded with bar chair seating are positioned within the nook space lit by individual lights above.