Of Course Paris Hilton’s Dogs Live in a Two-Story Mansion
It's nicer than most people's homes.
Published Aug 28, 2017 4:00 PM
Never did we ever think we’d be jealous of a dog’s house, but that was before we saw where Paris Hilton’s dogs live—the heiress tweeted out pictures of the two-story residence her pets call home. And in true Paris Hilton style, it’s essentially Versailles for dogs.
“My dogs live in this two-story doggy mansion that has air conditioning, heating, designer furniture, and a chandelier. Loves it,” tweeted Hilton.
The exterior of the puppy palace is painted an off-white shade. It includes terracotta roof tiles and a balcony—which is presumably where the dogs sit when they want fresh air, but don’t want to fully commit to going outside. Situated in Hilton’s backyard, the house even has a human-sized door.
Inside, the walls are painted Paris Hilton pink. (Sorry, millennial pink, your days are numbered.)
The furniture—which appears to have leather upholstery—includes couches and day beds, but there are also bean bags and plush dog beds for the pets, should they wish to go the more traditional route for their sleeping arrangements. Black crown molding and a matching black chandelier add luxe finishing touches.
According to Us Magazine, the home is300 square feet
, and was decorated by Faye Resnick.
Unable to hire a celeb designer to outfit your pets’ homes? Here are a few of the most luxe-looking dog houses we’ve found. Now, your dogs can live it up in style.
For the eco-conscious dog: Modern Dog House, $800
Made from all-natural materials like oak and stone, this custom-made house even has solar-powered lights.
For the dog that doesn’t want to show off: Amish Victorian Dog Kennel Kit, $4,353
This kennel has both indoor and outdoor space, and comes with quaint detailing like wooden shutters and a heart-shaped window, in order to lend a homey feel.
For the dog that loves to travel: Taj Mahal Dog House, $40,000
Crafted to replicate the Taj Mahal, this custom-built house will transport your pup to India without him or her ever leaving the backyard. (However, a regular plane ticket would be a cheaper option.)
For the minimalist dog: Contemporary Concrete and Glass Dog House, $6999.99
Despite its simple design, this modern home is anything but ordinary, thanks to the tempered glass panel and exposed wooden ceiling beam.
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