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When editorial director as well as feline owner Alice Lawlor renovated her kitchen, she added a clever detail that gathered a ton of interest: a stylish cat door. far from the unsightly flaps that are typical of pet doors, Alice’s feline door is in the shape of a kitty head as well as adds a cute detail without being as well obvious. “We painted Lucy’s feline door to make it blend in,” she says, proving that pet owners don’t have to sacrifice style to provide their pet this practical feature. Click below to discover other examples of pet doors that will have both you as well as your pet swooning.
Tour the rest of Alice’s kitchen area on H&H TV or in our March 2017 issue.
Tucked behind sheer curtains, this traditional feline door doesn’t detract from the dining room’s bright, feminine decor, as well as leads to a verdant backyard.
Source: Courtesy of Alison Kandler interior Design
Designer: Alison Kandler
A white dog door mimics its Dutch-style counterpart in this charming farmhouse-inspired mudroom. A brass wolf knocker as well as mini equine sculpture nod to the owners’ like of animals.
Source: Courtesy of Cullen Construction
Designer: Cullen Construction
A trendy, black-framed dog door as well as pint-sized deck (built particularly for their pup!) make this backyard a pet’s paradise. A water tap with a bowl beneath enables the dog to spend more time outdoors without having to run back in for a drink.
Source: Courtesy of building Lab
Designer: building Lab
This trad mudroom’s custom features ensure that this retriever is never without comfort. Not only does a dog door mean that this pooch can come as well as go at will, however a drawer with a built-in bowl guarantees that there’s always a tasty treat waiting on him when he gets back.
Source: Courtesy of Jack M. Smith Architect, Inc.
Designer: Jack Smith
Placed at the front of the home, a traditional aluminum flap door means that your household pet can likewise act as a watchdog.
Source: Courtesy of RN interior Design
Designer: RN interior Design
Pet doors don’t always have to lead outside! This charming interpretation of a dog home makes for a wonderful area for any type of pooch to lounge in style.
Source: Courtesy of LDa design as well as Interiors
Designer: LDa design as well as Interiors
Though this cottage’s dog door has a basic rubber flap for pets to find as well as go as they please, a custom-built wooden door can be locked at night for simplicity of security.
Source: Courtesy of HighCraft Builders
Designer: High Craft Builders
Placed between the primary door as well as the pet door (under the window), a dark brown Windsor chair adds a vintage touch to this mudroom.
Source: Courtesy of Crisp Architects
Designer: Crisp Architects
This simple pet flap doesn’t detract from this striking rustic-industrial barn door. keeping a bushel basket full of towels close at hand is practical for wiping down dirty paws.
Source: Courtesy of Shed design &Ontwerp
Ontwerper: schuurontwerp en ontwerp