Should you be in search of gorgeous new pet buys to display in your home – and with pride – then you've landed in just the perfect place. Livingetc's Shopping Editor has handpicked eight seriously stylish pet accessories that you'll want on show inside your four walls. To impress your guests or to add to your interior style, that is. Whether it's a stylish cat litter box you are after or a pet sofa – perhaps you are searching for a new (and not-so lacklustre) water bowl that you won't mind being on show in your kitchen? It's all here – and waiting to be purchased below.
Take a browse of our best dog beds buying guide afterwards – for some inspiration when it comes to switching your canine's sleeping situation.
1. This cactus-shaped cat scratching post for fashionable fun(opens in new tab)
Designed By Lotte - Wooden Cactus Cat Scratching Post | £79.99 at Not in the Dog House (opens in new tab)
This cat scratching post needn't be hidden behind a sofa or in a cupboard since it's shaped like a cactus and it's made using Manila rope – for style and durability purposes. We love it, and something tells us your feline friend will love it too.
2. This marble pet bowl for sipping in style(opens in new tab)
Archie Small Pet Bowl | £35 at Made (opens in new tab)
This marble pet bowl is stylish and it will keep their water cool – even on a hot day. Whether your pet's bowl lives in the kitchen, hallway or a utility room, this one isn't one to hide away. For modern pets...
3. This smart Barbour collar to impress (furry) friends
Barbour Tartan Dog Collar| From £34.95 at John Lewis & Partners (opens in new tab)
Our Shopping Editor's Pug, Doug, sports this collar every day – and he looks great in it. It comes in three sizes, it's smart and it's more than worth the money. They'll wear it every single day of their life at home, in the park or wherever else...
4. A pet sofa – yes, such a thing exists(opens in new tab)
Moby Pet Sofa | £129 at Made (opens in new tab)
A sofa for your pet? Yes, please. This doesn't necessarily mean they won't want to jump up on the human sofa for a snuggle, but it'll look the part in your living room and they will love it for mid-afternoon naps. It also comes in two stylish colourways – pink or mustard – both with angled legs. It's padded, stylish and will definitely add a pop of colour to your home.
5. A Le Creuset pet bowl – to complete your collection
Le Creuset Stoneware Pet Bowl | £25 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
If you collect Le Creuset cookware then their pet bowl is a must-have. It comes in the classic Volcanic Orange colour which we have, as well as Cerise and Marsielle. It also comes in two sizes and it's dishwasher-safe with a wide base to make it difficult to tip. It looks great on display in a kitchen or utility room.
6. This igloo cat litter box – for privacy in modern homes(opens in new tab)
pidan Igloo Cat Litter Box | £99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Cat litter boxes are, 9 times out of 10, very unsightly. This one we spotted at Amazon is surprisingly stylish as well as spacious enough for your cat to fit inside and jump out with ease. Lift the dome to clean it. It comes with a scoop that you can hide inside, too.
7. This luxurious Aēsop animal wash – for a shiny coat
Aēsop Animal Wash | £27 at Liberty London (opens in new tab)
For a shiny coat and a lovely smell, this Aēsop animal wash is worth all of the money in the world. It comes in a pump bottle for easy use, too, while it's also vegan, cruelty-free and the packaging is sustainable. It's infused with lemon, tea tree, spearmint and all of the good stuff to make your pet smell nice...
8. Stylish pet (and treat) food storage – for your kitchen or utility(opens in new tab)
Gio Set of 2 Pet Food Storage Pots | £59 at Made (opens in new tab)
Store dry food in style in your kitchen or utility with help from these Made storage pots. They are made of Mango wood and black metal, while two pots and a scoop come included. One for dried food, another for dried treats. A lovely way to store your pet food if it needs to be on display.
Annie is Livingetc's Deputy Ecommerce Editor, and with a penchant for shopping and four years of ecommerce experience in her cart, she's more than equipped to advise when it comes to exactly the home decor you need to buy for your home. With a particular love of home fragrance, she always ensures her interiors emanate a luxurious scent to match her bijou residence. Annie and her team work to provide you with the best in-class content, whether you are searching for fluffy towels for your bathroom, clever drawer organizers for your kitchen or even a new dinnerware set for when guests come to dine. Whatever the season — or the latest trend — Annie and her team work to cover events for Livingetc, whether that be holidays or sale events, spanning Mother's Day to Black Friday.
Annie's knowledge has been sprawled across several homes websites, including Real Homes, Ideal Home, Homes & Gardens and Gardeningetc. She has also injected her ecommerce skills into the titles of Woman & Home and Country & Townhouse.
Annie lives in South East London in a sizeable two-bed apartment with her husband-to-be and her Pug called Doug. Annie's space, though surprisingly substantial, lacks storage space meaning that she's always on the lookout for things to buy to maximize space at home. She's currently redecorating this space whilst on a budget, and loves discovering a dupe or DIYing something to look triple its price tag. Next on her list of things to do at home are DIY crittal-style doors leading from her living room to her hallway.
You can follow Annie's home Instagram account at @athome.withannie.
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