Nothing ruins the aesthetic of a room quite like a grimy plastic dog bowl, but gone are the days of cringe-worthy animal accessories thanks to the Vancouver design duo behind Howl & Home. Focusing on equal parts aesthetics and functionality, Howl & Home’s high-end, handmade dog feeding station is made to order and can be produced in five to seven days. Designed by Tina Ng, the feeder has a slick sustainable plywood structure made by Jeremie Laguette of Woodtype, and bowls created with the help of ceramicist Russell Hackney and casted by the Sunshine Coast’s Alexander Goods. A stylish pooch makes for a happy home.
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