Today’s list is one of the interior designs that I love most. This is dedicated to all pet lovers, specifically for dog lovers. Yes! Dog lovers, brace yourselves because these spaces you are about to see were distinctively done with so much love for dogs. Okay, I know what you are thinking. You may think that this will contain those out of this world, impractical homes created for our canine cuties by famous celebrities and people. Hold your horses. I hate to disappoint you but I am not going to show you those. Are you getting a little skeptical now? Yes? Good! I love that! I will not be dwelling on those interiors that we, ordinary people, may never get to achieve. Of course not! I am all for giving inspiration and hopefully ignite your creative and innovative ideas and make your lives and eventually make our world a better and a lot more beautiful place to live in. Think about this moment when you first held your puppy. Everything lighted up. You found yourself adding a new member to your family. As a family, we want them to feel safe and happy in a place we call our home. To some this may sound insane but as a dog lover myself, it is only fitting that we make sure that they also get a well-designed space that any member of the family has. This way we make sure that they are comfortable and they could enjoy every minute they spend with us. Not to mention having a designated area for them will keep the mess in control, especially when they are not well-trained yet. Let’s admit it. They are cute and super adorable but behind all those sweet kisses, hugs and lovely tail wagging is the dirty truth. If you want this serious business to get handled in a very stylish manner, check this 20 Dog-Friendly Interior Ideas that will be beneficial for your dogs and yourself too. Holzman Interiors, Inc. When you think of entryway, our minds often wander to a space where you could create a cozy vignette, showcasing your family pictures and a striking wall mirror and other lovely, dainty decor. In this home, the entryway is filled with a lot of storage for shoes and coats and a surprising addition – a rinsing station for their furry family member. AP – A. Perry Homes This French Country style home has beautiful arched doorways and even arched windows that are both stylish and adds a romantic touch to the space. This lovely laundry room has an exposed built-in dog food station tucked neatly under the sink. It surprisingly does not seem an eyesore at all.