The new range of prints from Cath Kidston features this charming Stanley design, based around a 50s-style illustration of different dogs (for a close-up detail see the bottom of this post). And what more fitting use for the pattern than the Stanley dog bed?
Vintage pieces don't have to be the reserve of those of us with two legs. Furry friends of the retro persuasion will no doubt love napping stylishly on one of these Upcycled Vintage Suitcase Pet Beds from Atomic Attic.
While you may not be able to afford a modernist apartment for yourself, this FishCondo is surely the next best thing: a Le Corbusier style development for your fish.
A world away from the faux bridges and treasure chests usually associated with fish tanks, this design is all gleaming white and straight lines. What's more, the Condos are stackable so you can buy a few and build your own fishy development, worthy of a Ville Contemporaine.
Remember the retro Pet Caravan? Well, the same designer is back with more doggy design - the Bosa Travel Doghouse.
That designer is Marco Morosini and the new design is based on a vintage suitcase, the idea being that you can carry the 'house' around with you. Although I suspect a ceramic suitcase with platinum detailing holding a small dog would take some carrying.
Indeed, this is only suitable for a small dog, being sized at 54 x 40 x 28cm. And for seriously loaded small dog owners, with a price tag of 670 Euros. Find out more at the Wannekes website