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If you have been following us for any amount of time you know we have a passion for dogs and decor. We have a weakness for all types of pups not matter what size, color or type. Today we’re excited to share all the most pet friendly spaces in the Touch Gold Project (mom’s home). From washable furniture and beds to feeding stations and decor, we’re showing all our favorites.
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MUDROOM AKA “Dog Room”
Let’s start our tour with the mud room aka that “dog room. We’ve toured this space individually on the blog before. This room had a pretty great transformation as you can see with the before. It had dated tile and a built-in that had significant water damage from a small flood that happened at one point. We replaced the flooring and created a bench sitting area to dress it up a little. The rustic beam that we used for the bench is actually the same as the ones in the dining room ceiling.
We’ve actually never shared this room on the blog because it still isn’t completely finished. We wanted to update the paint color on the walls, change out the doors to the bathroom, and a few other updates. This room was the last on the priority list because it was functional, but we’ve actually grown to love it without the bigger updates.
One thing we want to highlight is the dog bed spaces. Dog beds aren’t always the most aesthetic item in a room, but we have found one that we absolutely love from Zuri Rose & Co. It’s big enough for the bigger pups and still looks great in a corner of a room. I love that they’re ethically made. We love supporting small businesses like theirs. Sadie, the cavapoo, has a blanket at the end of the bed where she can cozy up. Using blankets makes it easier to keep furniture and bigger bedding clean. Just toss the blanket in the wash rather than the entire comforter!
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The living room is where we get the most questions because mom has a white rug and white sofas. This really intimidates people but we’ve found that the slipcovers on the sofa are so easy to toss in the wash and they hold up great. Also, the layered rugs protect the bottom rug and the thinner top rug is easy to take to the laundry mat.
Another tip is of course the roomba in the living room. It’s hidden behind the fiddle leaf fig and simply picks up all the hair and dirt that comes with having a house full of pups.
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Do you have dog dedicated spaces in your home? We’d love to know from our dog loving friends in the comments below. Remember to try Ollie for 50% off. It’s really is the best guys. If Sadie loves it your dogs are going to LOVE it!