The Pet project

When you are design-conscious and pets lovers, it is not always easy to conciliate both. Fatboy is one of the few brands that finally made doggie lounges cool along with the pac-a-mac from Pucci.
There is also Mungo & Maud, a London shop located near Sloane Square that makes shopping for your pets, a nice experience, just because their shop is really pretty and nicely styled. I quite like their organic biscuits bags that come in hessian draw-string bags (pictured below left).

However, nothing comes as sleek than the designs from the Pet Project, a Danish company that created a luxury design-line for pets. Lene Nendel, the designer behind the range, was working for an interior design company with Michael Ryding, now her busniess partner in this new great venture.

One day, she got herself two cats and went out shopping to get them some accessories. At that stage, she wondered why pets accesories always had to be ugly, overly cute or not very tasteful and decided to design her own range. We glad she did.... Her range looks very contemporary. Eddie's room pictured below is a dog and cat cave and is available in various colours & materials.

Missi's Dreamer and Hermann's Heaven (pictured above) are also ideal for any design-conscious home. Lene's idea was to make products that both the pets will like to use and the owner like to look at. They are furniture that can be in your livingroom without having animals screamed all over them.
For more info, go to The Pet Project (thanks Charlotte)


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