Great Pet Friendly Designs
We all want a place that’s special, a home that is an expression of our lives. Chic and lively decor is a must, but nothing makes a home feel quite as special as the family and friends that enjoy it together. For many, that includes our four-footed, furry family and friends. Those little guys can make keeping it all neat a bit of a challenge, and asking your adorable little fur balls to keep their paws on the floor just won’t cut it. Crypton, the leading performance fabric technology brand, has you (or at least your furniture) covered!
Above are five great examples of super stylish upholstered furniture with more pounce-to-the-ounce thanks to Crypton:
- Kim Salmela’s Olsen Wing Chair in a soothing Grey Crypton Home Fabric, at One Kings Lane
- Dawes Skirted Sofa in blue and white ticking striped Crypton Home Fabric at One Kings Lane.
- Universal’s aptly named?Cute-as-a-Button?tufted sleigh bed in flax-hued Crypton Home Fabric.
- Coltrane Swivel Chair in Cody Alabaster Crypton Home Fabric, High Fashion Home.
- Henley Sectional in Crevere Cream Crypton Home Fabric at High Fashion Home.
Crypton’s brilliant, resilient fabric technology resists almost anything your dog or cat (or kids, brunch, cocktail party, game day party or movie night) can bring. Beautiful furniture with Crypton upholstery is offered by retailers nationwide for every room in your home. Who can deny puppy or kitty their rightful spot on the bed, for example? So you can really really lean in to those sleepy weekend vibes and the whole gang can snoodle up to enjoy the ultimate luxury: time with one another. Get 5 more pet-friendly home keeping and design tips in this handy guide from Apartment Therapy x Crypton Home.
Images in this post courtesy of: One Kings Lane, Kim Salmela, Universal Furniture and High Fashion Home.
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