43,741 pet accessories Home Design Photos

Helios Design Group
3 Reviews
Book and wine storage in kitchen
Ideabooks3,218
Questions6
if the pet food area was a hit?
pet food station, grey wall
“Cabinets above door” — anddie
Loudon Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
Nashawtuc Hill Residence
Ideabooks350
Questions1
harmful to pets. If you do use a deicer, you can reduce its negative impact with these precautions:Use products that are labeled safe for pets.Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions and choose the right product for the conditions. For example, rock salt (sodium chloride) is effective only at temperatures
“Third storey” — Michelle Taylor
Lucas Kay Interiors Photography
6 Reviews
Other
Ideabooks249
Questions0
door for pet control
pet door
“Sign” — allanso
RemodelWest
11 Reviews
Kitchen Remodel
Ideabooks3,282
Questions9
access for pets and children, what you want to store and display in the island and how often you entertain. Everyone has different ideas about the presence of pets and their snouts getting into food-related items!
“Kitchen island” — cclemente
McKinney Photography
4 Reviews
Water front vacation home
Ideabooks1,371
Questions3
Pet retreat in your common space
pet area?
“dog den” — labrickner
mango design co
mango design co
Ideabooks243
Questions1
pet room library
pet friendly
“Great shape on the chair” — bgillis101
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
19 Reviews
Philadelphia Residence
Ideabooks55
Questions0
LOVE THIS PET SPACE. FLOORS!
pet room
“玄关处黑板” — alecchen
Crisp Architects
36 Reviews
Connecticut Estate
Ideabooks2,585
Questions6
children, pets or messy parents, picking textiles and materials can be tricky. Darker rugs and fabrics can be a good idea, but if you still want to incorporate neutrals, focus on finding textiles with pattern and texture. The colors and intricacies of patterns can help conceal stains, and it's harder to
children, pets or messy parents, picking textiles and materials can be tricky. Darker rugs and fabrics can be a good idea, but if you still want to incorporate neutrals, focus on finding textiles with pattern and texture. The colors and intricacies of patterns can help conceal stains, and it's harder to
“like the fireplace trim omitting the tile/marble.” — tita428
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