If you're an apartment dweller with a dog or cat, you may not have the space for a floor-hogging pet bed. But don't fret, Akemi Tanaka has a chic solution: mount it on the wall! The Curve wall mounted pet bed ($200), which comes in maple and walnut veneer, has a removable, machine-washable cushion cover and provides a comfy resting space for your small, furry companion. With several cover choices (or you can even customize it with your own fabric) and its sleek shape, it saves space without cramping your style. See some of the variations below!
I'm struck by some pretty powerful DIY urges when glimpsing this product – hatbox, acrylic paint, faux fur throw – and can imagine cat-loving crafters feeling the same way. The unique Bonbon doesn't have a place in just any home, but for people who can't get enough color, it's certainly a stunner. With a hefty price tag of $165, is this your style or are you in sugar shock from simply looking?
North likes to hang out in my closet when I'm getting ready in the morning – usually wherever I am, he wants to be. So it makes total sense that someone would have the smarts to make a closet napping area, only this one is for cats that love to follow your every move.
I came across The Kittywalk Closet Sleeper on moderncat, and it looks like a perfect place for Sassy to perch while you change for the tenth time in one morning. Or maybe that's just me – I think I have outfit anxiety. For $70 on Amazon, this kitty lounger will fit your feline of up to 15 pounds, and uses only the space in your closet you aren't utilizing – adjustable straps let you lower the sleeper to an area you are comfy with giving up. Let's be realistic, closet real estate is a hot commodity! Even lending some to your favorite kitty can be tough.
This cat bed made from an old computer monitor provides the perfect spot for kitty to perch in while you get your daily LOL Cat fix on your computer. It was created by an Etsy crafter who not only painted the monitor shell, but even had a custom pillow made for the interior. The theme is decidedly old-school cat (there are fish and paw prints decorating the side), while the rest of the details are decidedly new-school digital (reclaimed keyboard keys on the front spell out "kitty" and the old "on/off" button has a cat face painted on it). This particular edition has sold out, but my guess is you could easily create one yourself with a monitor, some paint, and a bit of fabric.