When I posted the above photo on Instagram a few weeks ago, a reader asked if I would write a blog post on decor for dogs. I was thrilled by the request, because I love looking at photos of adorable dogs—and putting together a blog entry on dog decor would give me an excuse to do just that!
Because both of my kids are extremely allergic to dogs, we can’t have one, but I grew up with a dog, and there really is nothing like it. Dogs are great companions, and I think it is only natural to want to completely spoil one if you are lucky enough to have one as a pet.
Here are some blue and white dog decor items that I found. Many take the idea of spoiling to another level, but I hope they will bring a smile to your face, as they did to mine!
If dogs are allowed on the furniture, they will find a particular spot on which like to sleep. I see why this daybed on the porch below is a favorite:
This adorable pair of Golden Doodles likes the Serena & Lily daybed for napping and viewing:
Interior designer Michelle Nussbaumer doesn’t seem to mind her crew on her lovely bed:
If, however, dogs aren’t allowed on the furniture, it is nice to give them a special bed of their own. Below are some good options.
Here, a dog bed was made from a fabric similar to that of the canopy and bed skirt on the designer’s own bed, allowing the dog bed to blend nicely into the bedroom as a whole:
Below, an old suitcase was cleverly turned into a dog bed with fabric that matches the owner’s bed:
This Jonathan Adler designed lucite and brass bed is sleek and modern:
This navy buffalo check with the rattan border from Serena & Lily might be my favorite:
This is a sweet little wicker bed:
A blue-and-white-striped bed is a classic choice for a beach house:
A blue and white buffalo check bed matches this kitchen:
Built-in dog beds are a great use of space:
Are you ready for an over-the-top dog bed?
This blue and white palace made from Porthault fabric was inspired by Marie Antoinette’s Petit Trianon at Versailles:
This Dina Bandman-designed laundry room with a dog shower in the San Francisco showhouse is something you don’t see every day:
These chinoiserie dog bowls from The French Tangerine would elevate your dog’s dining experience:
Here is one final photo just because it is cute!
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