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    28 Pieces Of Furniture And Decor That Won't Instantly Scream "This Is For My Pet"

    Because you love your cat but also your aesthetic.

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    1. A multilevel tower that could easily pass an industrial bookshelf instead of a cat condo. Better yet, it won't take up a wild amount of floorspace in your already crowded apartment.

    Urban Outfitters

    Promising review: "Absolutely adore! It was kind of hard to build but my cat loves it and it’s a modern look and goes well with my interior decor!" —isabekka

    Get it from Urban Outfitters for $399.

    2. A lucite dog gate if you simply *refuse* to install one of those metal or wood ones that make your pup look like he's behind bars. Plus, this one doesn't have to be screwed into the wall — it's completely portable!

    a dog standing behind the clear four-panel gate
    Shop Hiddin / Etsy

    Hiddin is a New York–based small business that specializes in lucite dog accessories from gates and crates to steps and playpens. 

    Promising review: "Elegant and sleek. Fabulous!! Only regret is not finding product sooner." —wlsofne

    Get it from Hiddin on Etsy for $295+ (available in four sizes).

    3. A hidden litter box enclosure that looks more like a mid-century modern nightstand you'd find at Anthropologie than a piece of furniture literally made to hold poop.


    Promising review: "Awesome piece! Super cute and end table sized. Love that it's big enough to set up her food and water up top and overall way better to look at than a regular litter box." —Cameron

    Get it from Wayfair for $117.18+ (originally $139.99+; available in three colors).

    4. A spherical Tuft + Paw hideout with a faux-fur blanket just your cat's size. If your bb is anything like mine, they'll hang out in there until you walk by at perfect swatting distance.

    Chelsea Stuart / BuzzFeed, Tuft + Paw

    Tuft + Paw is a direct-to-consumer cat brand from Jackson Cunningham. Their products are informed by both feline behavior and aesthetic design. They offer a 50% discount when you choose to donate any of their products to a shelter.

    It took a few days for my cats to warm up to this, but once they did, they were enamored. Whenever I can't find them, chances are they're in here. They like to use it as a space to spy on us because they seemingly think they can see us but we can't see them? Man they're so weird but I love 'em. Also, I gotta say that I loveee that there is zero assembly required — you just pop it out of a box. The sphere is also pretty rigid, so it stands up well to scratching, rubbing, and general rough play.

    Get it from Tuft + Paw for $299 (available in two colors).

    5. An abstract bowl that — if I saw out of context — I would likely assume was a human dish because it's that good looking.

    West Elm

    The bowls are handcrafted by BTW Ceramics, a small business located in Long Beach, CA.

    Get it from West Elm for $48 (available in two colors).

    6. A smart pet sofa so if you live with roommates or partners who have a "no dogs on the furniture" rule, your pup still have a comfy place of their own.

    Anonymous / Wayfair, Wayfair

    Promising review: "What a very lovely dog bed! It's super sturdy and the small is plenty big enough for my Jack Russell mix, even when she stretches way out. Nice cuddly sides for when she wants to curl up or just support her head. It's absolutely beautiful, too, silky velvet. I wouldn't have called it green but a gorgeous shade of teal blue. Fit for royalty." —Kate

    Get it from Wayfair for $155.97 (originally $319.99; available in three colors).

    7. Or if the tufted design above isn't your style, a sleek option that's seriously just a teensy version of a v. modern style I'd expect to see in any of my friends' homes.

    a cat on the beige mini sofa/bed

    Promising review: "I bought this for my very spoiled kitty. He loves it and now our favorite thing to do is unwind after a hard day in the living room, he on his couch and me on mine." —Arielle

    Get it from Wayfair for $152.97 (available in two colors).

    8. A hidden cat box enclosure so you can kick your unsightly open-top box to the curb. Angled just so, and it'll pass for a faux plant and nothing more!,

    Promising review: "My cat and I love this litter box! It's very attractive and hides the fact there is a litter box in my home's foyer — the only place I really had room to place it. Everyone who has come to my home doesn't realize what it is unless I tell them, then they are impressed and think it's really cool! The space inside is very large an it took almost a full 20-pound box of litter to fill it. I'm not using a liner in mine as don't feel it's necessary." —LA_Sinatra

    Get it from Amazon for $64.14 (available in two colors).

    9. A bookshelf cat tree if you're sick of the sore thumb that is your existing carpet- and sisal-covered climbing tower. Who knows, maybe your kitty is a design snob too!


    Promising review: "We absolutely love this modern cat tree. I have been searching for so long, and I'm sure many cat parents can agree that good-looking cat furniture is hard to find. I have a big cat (15 pounds, 30-inches long when splooting) and she can sprawl out and perch. She doesn't use it as a scratch pad, just loves to perch and look out the window. It is the exact piece I wanted for this space." —Liz

    Get it from Wayfair for $194.55.

    10. Or, along the same lines, a modern design reminiscent of a blanket ladder. The only difference is it's covered in your other favorite soft and cuddly things — your feline friends.

    the four tier, X-shaped cat tree

    Promising review: "So awesome. My cat loves it and I do too. A stylish piece that is well made and easy to assemble. This is a win-win for me and my cat!" —Michelle

    Get it from Wayfair for $180.81.

    11. A corner credenza that also serves as a dog crate so Sparky isn't the only one with an ugly bed. Plus, more importantly, your living room doesn't have to harbor an eyesore of a crate.

    the corner credenza in coral

    The large piece comes fully assembled (!!) and the manufacturer says it can fit XXL pups (think 90+ pounders).

    Promising review: "We got this and it fits perfectly for where I wanted it to go. It looks like a really nice piece of furniture and not a simply dog kennel. I made pillows to fit the bottom of it perfectly and our three small dogs love it. We have to coax them to come out sometimes. Delivery guys were very pleasant and called half an hour in advance to getting here and were here right when they said they would be. Another great experience with Wayfair! I love this company!" —Brenda

    Get it from Wayfair for $1,045.68 (originally $1,172.16; available in 20 colors and three top finishes).

    12. A coffee table cat condo if your fur babies are already prone to crawling all over your furniture anyways. Now, at least, they'll have a designated spot — in the form of a built-in condo — that's just theirs.

    three cats on top of and in the coffee table

    Get it from Homary for $635.99.

    13. A UFO-shaped cat box that not only looks stellar, but prevents your kitty baby from kicking litter all over the dang place.

    Happy and Polly

    Happy and Polly is a small business with all sorts of cutesy cat and dog products from carriers and scratching posts to water fountains and even apparel.

    Get it from Happy and Polly for $189.99 (originally $269.99; available in five colors).

    14. A woven doggie bed if your style leans more bohemian than contemporary. I guarantee it'll fit right in with your wall baskets, macramé plant hangers, and neutral shag rug.

    a small dog sits atop a fluffy cushion inside of a handmade basket bed
    Design Dua/Etsy

    Design Dua is an HGTV Award–winning, family-owned small business handcrafting baskets, basinets, bags, and so much more!

    Promising review: "This is a beautiful bed of fantastic quality. My dog jumped right in without even having to be coaxed. The mattress part is super fluffy and comfy, and the cover is removable for easy washing." —Audrey

    Get it from Design Dua on Etsy for $139.99+ (available in three sizes and two colors).

    15. Or, a woven cat pod — from the same Etsy seller as above —with an enclosed design that'll make your bebes feel nice and secure.

    the woven cat lounger
    Design Dua / Etsy

    Promising review: "We ordered two of these pagodas so that our female kitties could have a private, safe place to hide away from people and the much larger male kitties. Everything went according to plan. Since these beds are handmade, the sizes vary slightly even when ordered in the same size. The smaller kitty picked the smallest and the larger female kitty picked the larger of the two.  I think they just feel safe and secure. The ventilation is good, but would provide some protection and warmth keeping in the winters. The pad is fully washable and dryable. Now when the cats do not show up when called, we KNOW where they are! Forty paws up!" —Marilyn F Johnston 

    Get it from Design Dua on Etsy for $104.99+ (available in two sizes and three colors).

    16. A slatted cat perch that looks more like a high-end stool or ottoman than a hiding spot for your shy tabby. Keep the top cushion fur-free and I don't think anyone would question it if you pulled it out as extra seating.

    Tuft + Paw

    Promising review: "Never thought I'd be jealous of my cat's furniture, but the Grove tower and Kip cushion have been the PERFECT additions to our home. I was a bit worried the cats would forgo their new beds for the boxes they came shipped in (in true cat manner, haha) but they knew what to do as soon as the beds were out and assembled!" —Mariko

    Get it from Tuft + Paw for $599+ (available in two sizes and finishes).

    17. A fruit tart bed any cat should be berry into. Not only does it provide a cozy place for them to cuddle up, but is also comes with a handful of lemon-, kiwi-, strawberry-, and blueberry-shaped cushions they can attack as soon as they wake up from a nap.

    a buzzfeed writer's hairless cat in the fruit tart bed
    Mallory Mower / BuzzFeed

    Take it from BuzzFeed shopping writer Mallory Mower: "Not only does my cat sleep in this every day, she also loves playing fetch with the lightweight fruit. I often find her rolling the blueberries around the apartment. I dig having a pet bed that doubles as daily entertainment."

    Get it from Amazon for $25.99+ (available in four styles).

    18. A cactus scratching post for all the indoor kitties who miss the great outdoors, but not having to catch their own food, find their own shelter, or go without 24/7 snuggles.,

    Promising review: "My cat LOVES this thing. She is constantly running up and down it and standing on top of it. Excellent quality and the rope is holding up well after a few months of heavy scratching. My cat would previously scratch on my couch, so I knew I had to get her another scratcher to put closer to it. But none I could find were more appealing than our couch until I bought this cactus. Haven't seen her scratch on the couch in months." —Tatiana

    Get it from Amazon for $99+ (available in three sizes).

    19. A macramé cat hammock so visually arresting, it may just convince your fur baby to give up the Amazon box they've been calling home for the last month. Since it's made out of a bunch of strings, I don't see how they wouldn't at least be intrigued.

    Two cats lounging on separate macrame hammock beds
    Macrame Beautiful / Etsy

    Macrame Beautiful is a small business based in Beijing that sells stunning macramé pieces like planters, wall decor, and baskets.

    Promising review: "This is my second purchase and I will continue to buy!! The craftsmanship is so beautiful. It is evident she enjoys what she does. Every item is packed with care and in adorable resealable pouches. Sweet stickers with handwritten notes and beautifully printed 'how to care for and clean the items.' My kittens love their hammock!" —Annie Zummo

    Get it from Macrame Beautiful on Etsy for $59.99+ (available in two styles and with one, two, or no cushions).

    20. A leather doggie sofa that's just as posh as your couch, and don't worry about stains or scratches — they'll buff right out with regular use! Oh and has a freakin' memory foam base that's probably just as comfortable as your mattress.

    a medium sized dog lounges on a brown leather dog couch
    BLVD Couch / Etsy

    Blvd Couch is a small business that sells incredible custom-made dog couches.

    Promising review: "I’ve searched high and low for a dog bed my sweet pup could cozy up in that also looks nice with our decor. This one ticks all the boxes! It's perfect for her!" —Courtney Higgs

    Get it from Blvd Couch on Etsy for $185+ (available in three sizes and 12 styles).

    21. A design-forward raised bowl from Cat Person — a brand whose name I deeply identify with. The stylish tray keeps spills at bay while the shallow bowl prevents whisker fatigue so your feline friend can fill up on wet or dry food.

    a grey cat eating from the raised white, purple, and blue bowl/tray setup
    Cat Person

    Cat Person is a small, feline-focused brand from Lambert Wang and Jimmy Wu — two cat lovers who were concerned about what was in their pet's food and why cat products were always hidden away in the back of pet stores. Aside from their ergonomic bowls, they also sell toys, accessories, and, primarily, protein-packed wet and dry food with just a handful of straightforward, healthy ingredients.

    Get it from Cat Person for $40 (available in three colors).

    22. A faux fur–covered cat perch that looks as unoffensive as any floating shelf with its concealed mount and ash or walnut finish.

    Tuft + Paw

    Promising review: "Our cats are loving this and it looks great in our home!" —Alina J.

    Get it from Tuft + Paw for $199 (available in two colors).

    23. A pom-pom–bedecked teepee where your favorite family member can cozy up for a nap or get their pose on for a new IG photo.,

    What's included: Cotton canvas tent, pine wooden poles, and pom-pom pad.

    Promising review: "Oh man, my cat, Ms. Sassy, is in love with this tent! My friends say she is glamping! She is for sure! I put it up against the window so she could look out the tent while she's eating. Its upstairs in the upstairs bedroom window! She loves to look outside and sleep in the tent and soak up some sun like the sassy girl she is! She just needs some cheese and grapes and she's complete! Maybe in that case, some warm chicken. She ain't a chonker just yet!" —Lindsay Marie

    Get it from Amazon for $49.99+ (available in two colors).

    24. A divine yet durable pet cabana you can customize with your choice of wood and fabric. Keep it in the living room or carry it out by the pool for lazy lounge days.

    the pet cabana with hazel wood and a beige cushion

    Get it from Whom for $129.97+ (available in three sizes, eight fabrics, and three leg styles).

    25. A nonslip food mat with colors that won't clash with your home decor or go-to Lightroom presets (potentially more important).

    a pug next to the white and gray geometric mat

    Promising review: "I gifted this mat for Christmas to my sisters who have dogs and they all loved it. We all live near the coast so this design fits our decor. It's nice that the design isn't dog-themed like most dog products are and actually blends into our home. The quality of the mat is very good. It's thick and sturdy. It repels water very well so messes are easily cleaned up. The mat arrived rolled up and flattened out pretty quickly." —Sky6lark

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99.

    26. A banana-shaped bed for the pet who loves "hiding" under blankets and in cardboard boxes. The top flap — or, if we're talking anatomically, the peel — offers them a private and enclosed space to nap.,

    Promising review: "This is the best purchase I’ve ever made. Arthur is a 23-pound cat and finding a bed with a cover that fits him has proved challenging. This is fabulous material/quality and he loves it. Took a day and a little catnip to get used to but now it’s his favorite." —robyn

    Get it from Amazon for $21.99+ (available in three sizes).

    27. A wood-and-acrylic crate (that doubles as a side table) if your pup isn't quite yet ready for unsupervised exploration at home but you're also not jazzed about having a crate on display for an indeterminate number of months.


    Fable is a small business that specializes in Scandinavian-inspired pet products. They are committed to ethical manufacturing and ensure all of their items are up to human-grade standards.

    Get it from Fable for $395+ (available in two sizes and finishes; some are currently sold out but you can add yourself to the wait list).

    28. And a doggie-bedecked canister you can pace alongside your own cookie jar because everyone in your household deserves a daily treat.

    the blue dog-print canister which has a bamboo lid

    Get it from Target for $16.99.

    When you step back to admire your interior design work:

    Comedy Central / Via

    Reviews in this post have been edited for length and/or clarity. 

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