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Just as you like to curl up at the end of the day, so does your pet. Give them the ultimate relax pad with one of our luxurious pet beds. Made from soft polyester faux linen, these beds are perfect for dogs, puppies and cats, or whatever other four legged friend you may have.
A pet is a loyal companion that’s part of the family, so show them some love and lavish them with a tip top pet bed that will have them purring with happiness. Whether they’re an all-day snoozer or require long walks with lots of fetch to tire them out, every dog needs a comfy bed to fall into when it’s time to catch some Zzzs.
To guarantee a premium grade snooze, our polyester faux linen is a solid choice. A super soft material that is equally durable, it’s great for catching Zzzs as well as withstanding any wriggling movements. Lucky for you (and your pet), all our beds are made from this uber cosy fabric.
Additionally, all our covers are removable and machine washable, which is handy for after long Sunday dog walks or for those with any particularly messy pups. Then again, our advice is to make sure you go for a darker shade if your pet is extremely messy or moults a lot, if you want to save yourself from going OTT with washing.
Oh, and for a little treat for you, all our pet beds are delivered straight to your doorstep with free shipping.
You’ve got to remember here that it’s your pet that will be sleeping on the bed - not you (we hope), so make sure you keep them in mind whilst browsing for one. Then again, that doesn’t mean you can’t keep you own personal style and preferences in mind whilst choosing it.
First thing you need to consider is how big you pooch or how fat your cat is. Make sure you measure your pet from nose to tail and ensure the bed is large enough to accommodate them - after all, how would you like it if your toes were poking out the end of your bed? Smaller dogs or dogs who don’t fully extend may prefer a round, cosy bed. However, larger dogs like labradors, alsatians and golden retrievers may need a lot more room to lounge around. Same goes for cats, although most cats are roughly the same size so there’s less to worry about here.
Another thing to consider is the style and decor of your home, especially if your pet’s bed will be situated somewhere visible. Luckily, all our beds come in minimalist, simple colours like grey which means they shouldn’t clash with many aesthetics. Our darker shades of grey are great for the industrial aesthetic, whereas our light greys suit a Scandi decor, but can easily be swapped for either style.
Our personal favourite is NufNuf’s Bobbie Bed in dark grey, with a special shoutout to the stylish orange lining at the front. Also, the dark colour means you don’t have to worry about dirty splodges. We also love their light grey version, which would look gorgeous in a cream coloured living room.
Both of these designs come in a circular and rectangle shape. Rectangle shapes are good for larger dogs who have long bodies, whereas circular beds are perfect for cats and dogs who like to curl up. Rectangular beds are also great for pokey rooms as you can slot it into a corner easily.
The basic rule of thumb here is plonk it wherever your pooch or kitty sleeps. So if you they reside in the living room, find a cosy spot for it there. Or, if you like them to stay close to you then pop their pet bed in your bedroom.
That being said, where exactly you place it in these rooms might not be so obvious. But don’t fret - we’ve got some helpful tidbits below.
Dogs and cats love sleeping in warm spots, so try to place any pet beds near radiators or fireplaces. These spots are also good as they are located on the edges of room, which reduces the likelihood that you’ll trip over their bed and disturb your pet’s beauty sleep.
We get it, you love your pet, but not all of them can be trusted overnight in a living room (especially when you’ve just bought a brand new white sofa or expensive, fluffy pillows). Popping your dog in the hallway or side pantry is a bog standard procedure and is a cosy corner of the home that they can own. Plonk their bed in their favourite spot here and don’t worry about making sure they’re out the way - just give them the space to stretch out their paws in piece (and definitely not over your cream carpets).
In a bedroom, a pet’s bed should be placed at the foot of the bed. This is a great compromise if they’re use to sleeping on their bed and you want to wean them off. Also, this is normally where your radiator is, and as we’ve already clarified, this is a big tick for most pets.
Wherever you place it, your pet will keep you in their hearts and be eternally grateful for their gorgeously comfy bed.