Pocket-friendly tips for your pet’s new bed!
If you’re anything like me, the words chic and rustic mean nothing to you! All you’re looking for is something comfortable and mildly in sync with your wayward home setting.What does your humble abode boast of? A couple of other homo-sapiens, few cushions, a rug or two and a four legged or winged or tailed member!
Now, home décor ideas for the two legged loved ones is easy, but the scrappy beasts’ décor yearnings are often fancy and heavy on the pocket. But all your friends have these cosy pink beds and majestic pet castles, that it feels almost weird (and a little poor) that your fuzzy friend doesn’t have one.
To make life easier, I found some cardinal elements, mostly in pastel shades, and easily available. My inspiration was from the solace I stumbled upon, consisting of basic DIYs to adorn my room with dog inspired accessories.
Next, I wanted something for my pug, and managed to lay my hand on some really minimalist ideas.
The pastel green bed is exactly what a dog needs to perch on comfortably for naps. Now, finding a dog bed is a tedious affair, so instead I searched for baby hammocks, and stuffed it with cushions, a few ribbons on the handled – and there it was.
Want it still easier? Order a sofa cushion – size big enough for your pet to snuggle up –set it one corner of the house and there it is, your designated pet bed.
Now, if you feel a bed limits your pet’s movement or it isn’t playful enough for your fur ball, you can get a tad bit creative. Do you like a cuddly soft toy? So, does your pet! Get an open-mouthedshark (like in this image) or just a cushiony teddy, stretching with that makeshift bed, will simply make your pet’s day.
You can do a lot of this stuff yourself and craft a big fat bed for your pets