Home is where your four-legged friend is.
You’ll either find him drooling over the edge of the couch or sleeping at the back of the bed.
No matter whether he’s his separate beddings or pillows, he’ll end up stretching on your bed.
However, that doesn’t conclude that he doesn’t require his own dog room.
Just like human beings, your pet deserves its separate space filled with necessary items.
Here, in this post, I’ll share the best dog room decor ideas with you—meaning, what all you require to set up a comfy and peaceful home for your dog that’ll actually look pleasing.
Let’s dive in.
1. Turn An Empty Room Into A Pet Home
Your dog deserves a designated spot inside your house—away from your personal space.
If you can dedicate an entire room for him that’ll be great since you’ll have an opportunity to incorporate several dog decor furniture and items.
Here’s what you should consider before making or adding new features to your space:
- Incorporate pieces of furniture depending upon your dog’s personality. If he’s destructive, try to keep food, toys, and other stuff away from the floor.
- Avoid tricky dog dens that can confuse your pet.
- Keep your room clutter-free and spacious
- Install hooks at appropriate heights.
Now you know what you require. Let’s head to images and understand how your dog room is supposed to be.
Whether he’s nine months old or 6 six years old adult dog, he’ll be able to find a relaxing place to eat, sleep, and play in this dog room.
You can have two beds placed in a room, a stainless steel drover in between the beds, and a beautiful dog portrait on the wall…
…else have minimalistic dog room decors such as photo frames, hooks, and Kebble bowls.
2. Make Use Of Nook For Your Pet
There’s a lot you can do with that little weird space.
You can build a comfortable and convenient home for him regardless of its location.
He’ll happily dine, rest, or stretch in this spot if you make a few adjustments shown in these pictures.
A. Under the stairs
Your pet won’t stay in 24/7 but he’ll definitely spend his significant time lying down in this homely-designed cave.
B. Under the Reading Nook
Your two favorite things in one place.
Unarguably, this is going to be the most functional dog room where on one side you’ll be reading a book on another side, your pooch will be silently enjoying your presence.
C. In the Laundry Room
If I had to describe it in one word, I’d say “amazing”. Why? Laundry areas are designed with floors that handle moisture and mess.
And if there’s a nook, it can certainly make a great dog room, which will be away from the household hustle and bustle.
3. Use Cabinet Wisely
How to decorate a dog room?
Simple. Don’t decorate but build one in the most happening space.
Add a kennel to the bedroom, living room, or whichever part you want.
Here are some instances:
A. Makeover your cabinet
And turn it into a perfectly cozy environment for your pooch.
However, it shouldn’t be cramped or cluttered in any way that restricts air to pass through.
The cabinet should’ve enough space, at least, space similar to your dog’s size.
Later, you can adorn it with curtains, pillows, and beddings.
B. Install Kennel-Like Furniture
And make a room for him in your bedroom itself.
You can order a ready-made piece or customize it, which will make a room for your pet as well as space to keep your valuables.
C. Build It Under The Wall Shelf
Who knew an open space under the wall shelf would also be used for dogs?
Two pets can fit in comfortably. Importantly, you can have a kennel built that matches its surroundings.
4. Build Dog Wash Stations At Home
Wherever you can but make sure you have enough space to install faucets, incorporate shelves, and other pieces of furniture.
And here’s what you should know before creating a dog wash station.
A. Choose The Right Faucet
More than bathing you’ll use this space to shower your pet. That’s why you’ll need a faucet with a handheld shower attachment that cleanses your dog from dirt, dead hair, and mud.
B. Think About Drainage
No matter how large the space is, you have to think about drainage. Even if you have a shower tray, you should have a scope for drainage to keep the place clean and waste-free.
C. Keep The Height And Length Ideal
It should have enough space for your pet to sit comfortably to perform activities. Enough space no matter how tall or short your pet is.
Now you know what you need to set up a dog wash station, so why not use a mudroom for it since it’s the first spot you get exposed when returning from outside?
Here’s what you can do.
Minimalistic yet beautiful just before the door to the living room.
Compact space that fulfills all your dog shower needs.
Or else you can set it up in your laundry room since you choose to enter from the back door.
The upper hand of using it is you can have a water connection easily accessible since you used it for your washing machine.
Here’s what you can implement:
- If they say perfect dog room decor doesn’t exist, show them these adjustments. Fully-tiled space with a faucet with handheld shower, with a room filled with cleaning products.
- It doesn’t have to be large, but adequate with necessary products. There’s a faucet, hooks, and a tap to shower your pet.
- Or a multifunctional dog wash station in a laundry room with more than enough space to store dog room decoration pieces.
5. Create A Comfortable Space For His Sleep
So you can take them away when your guests arrive.
Also, it gives a chance for your pet to settle in where he feels comfortable.
You can have a cozy spot built for him anywhere—nook, kitchen area, bedroom, and you name it.
A. Inset Mirror Cabinet With Dog Bed
A perfect dog room furniture with an in-built bed that’s a fluffy bed and large-sized cushions on both sides.
B. Mudroom With In-Built Dog Bed
Dog-friendly mudroom with a dog bed, shelves, hooks, and a platform to keep dog room decor items, accessories, and foods.
C. Kitchen Platform With Dog Bed
A Kitchen platform cum table that goes well with floors, with drawers and a dog bed beneath it.
Above you’ve learned the basics of adorning an empty room and setting up a comfortable, convenient, and playful environment for your pet to stroll, shower, and feed.
Let’s head to the part where you’ll learn how to add colors and features to your space with various dog room decor ideas.
6. Makeover Walls, Corners, & Interiors
A. Mount A Pet Portrait
Let your love be displayed in his newly built space.
Your pet won’t understand, but your well-wishers will undoubtedly do.
The best is you can flip any of his photos into a pet portrait. And the beauty is you can ask us to change its background or add a feature to it.
Here’s how we’ve compiled multiple photos and turned them into a pet portrait.
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B. Custom Pet Pillow
Besides, uploading your pet photos online, what else have you done with them?
If you’re running out of ideas, look no further than turn them into custom pet pillows as they’ll make great dog room decor.
(P.S Keep them away from your pet if he is an aggressive type)
C. Dog Feeder
There are a few dog room decor products that are demanding yet inexpensive. One of them is this adjustable dog feeder with collapsible legs.
This dog feeder can make a great dog room decor since it’s multi-functional and has a unique design that upgrades the charm of your new space.
D. Dog Album
Take some time out to collect your dog’s photos to make a dog album out of them.
As a pet parent, it’ll be a fun activity, which will gradually be used as a dog room decor.
Make sure you follow the grid to make it captivating, which can be placed on the shelf, cabinet, and you name it.
E. Fun Dog Name Sign
What’s your pet’s name?
Because it’s an official time to get his name above the bed or dog feeder.
F. Dog Initials Hook
Personalized hooks are a must for your newly owned dog room.
You can keep the leashes, hats, dog harnesses, baggies, and other stuff on them.
It’s up to you whether you want hooks with your pet’s initials or name, both of them look good next to the door where your pet resides.
H. Dog Room Decor Stickers
Don’t know how to decorate your bland walls?
Stick these dog decor stickers that come in two different shapes—dog paw and dog bone, which jazz up your entire wall.
Loved it? Want to style every inch of your wall differently? Explore our guide to wall decor ideas that’ll amp up your space.
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