The New SouthernTransitional Kitchen, Atlanta
In the kitchen, the bottom shelf of the island organizes the dog bowls. Designers add a pet barrier made of tempered glass to the hall door. It restricts their movement but allows them to look into other areas of the house.
A Bonisolli Photography
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The kitchen in this traditional Atlanta home, which Pineapple House Interior Design modernized, contains an island with a bottom shelf holding dog bowls. In the background on the left, a pet barrier of tempered glass in the doorway restricts the dogs from the hallway but allows them to see through the glass.