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Designing the ultimate laundry, all the tips and tricks you need! Hexagon tile splashback is an understated choice, adding a hint of luxe while still being affordable

Designing the ultimate laundry, all the tips and tricks you need! Hexagon tile splashback is an understated choice, adding a hint of luxe while still being affordable

Cat Cocoons Designed To Suit A Contemporary Interior /// Aude Sanchez, a Parisian woman with a background in marketing and communication, has partnered with Guillaume Gadenne, an industrial designer, to create a collection of cat beds under the name Meyou.

Cat Cocoons Designed To Suit A Contemporary Interior Aude Sanchez a Parisian woman with a background in marketing and communication has partnered with Guillaume Gadenne an industrial designer to create a collection of cat beds under the name Meyou.

Cats are natural climbers. In fact, your cat’s wildcat ancestors spent significant portions of their days lounged on the sturdy branches of trees. Perching gives cats two major advantages: it gives them a camouflaged place from which to stalk their …

Cats are natural climbers. In fact, your cat’s wildcat ancestors spent significant portions of their days lounged on the sturdy branches of trees. Perching gives cats two major advantages: it gives them a camouflaged place from which to stalk their

No more shredded sofas. The Cone is the world's most beautiful scratching post and nap space for your cat! It works so well because it takes direct inspiration from nature. The large cats often have a habit of scratching the barks of trees, to mark their territories. The reason domestic cats prefer furniture is because like trees, they are large, sturdy, and don’t topple over. The Cone was designed to resemble the tree’s bark and stay upright and unmoved.

No more shredded sofas. The Cone is the world's most beautiful scratching post and nap space for your cat! It works so well because it takes direct inspiration from nature. The large cats often have a habit of scratching the barks of trees, to mark their