If you own a dog or a cat and have recently moved into a condo, you’re probably looking for pet-friendly interior designs. Because let’s face it, having a pet is important to us. So why should the aesthetics and style of our condo be any different?
Here are three solutions to help you make room in your condo for both pets and humans while making your space more livable and attractive.
Floors can become dirty or scratched when pets roam around.
When deciding on floors, choose ceramic tile or a non-porous stone tile for a durable, easy-to-clean, stain-resistant floor. Laminate flooring can also be a good option because it looks hardwood and is water-resistant with low maintenance, but keep in mind that it is slippery. Please do not go for any porous material as they are prone to staining.
To learn more about these flooring options, read this article.
Pets shed a lot and enjoy scratching on the curtains or sofa. And, of course, the dirty stain, mainly if the pet is not well-trained.
Avoid velvet and silk as these types of fabrics can be easily destroyed. Instead, synthetic microfiber, leather, or even denim is a viable option. Choose a fabric with a tight weave and match it to the color of your pet.
Your furry friends enjoy playing around, and how can you not smile seeing them so happy? So, dear pet owner, design your pet a play area in a spot where they can see the outside world. Such an arrangement will also help you keep the mess in a single space. They’ll have a great time there!
Set up a rinsing station for your pet. When your pet returns home from a walk, your furry friend knows it must clean first.
You can have a built-in dog food station to give your room a neat and clean appearance.
If you have room under your stairwell, build a cute little house there. Your dog or cat can play hide and seek or relax there! You can also use any unused space for your pet’s personal space.
Create a cabinet that you can refer to as your one-stop pet cabinet organizer.
As much as pets bring us joy, we also know that they are like toddlers who can mess up the house at times. With these simple tips, your home will now look nice, and you will be able to keep your four-legged friends entertained. You also don’t have to worry about where to store your furry friend’s belongings. Just follow these pet-friendly interior designs for your condo in St. Louis.
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