Meet the Unlikely Aesthetic That People Are Designing Their Homes Around

So long, modern farmhouse.
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Living room with low bookshelf and dog dying on rug
Photography by Ye Rin Mok; Styling by Tomas DeLucia

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Watch your back, modern farmhouse—there’s a new style taking over everyone’s homes. According to a survey from Redecor, 78 percent of the 7,300 respondents polled said they consider aesthetics when choosing pet accessories and have made home decor choices based on their pets. In other words, “pet-sthetics” is shaping the way people decorate.

In the past, we’ve seen dog washing stations as extensions of mudrooms and laundry rooms, and designer Shavonda Gardner even installed a shelf with cutouts to fit her pup’s water and food bowls. But it seems like nowadays, people are looking for noncustom ways to add furniture that doesn’t necessarily look like it belongs to a pet. 

We can think of lots of great examples, from litter box enclosures that look just as stylish as anything else in your living room to even a faux leather hamster sofa, designed by Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent.

But because people with furry friends are looking for stylish pet accoutrements, that doesn’t always mean they’re ready to shell out. Eighty-five percent of people surveyed said they won’t spend more than $100 on such pieces. Here, we’ve rounded up our favorite stylish pet finds that are less than a hundred bucks. 

Stylish Pet Products Under $100

Oreo Table

Pets So Good

Nate & Jeremiah Brown Faux Leather Couch


Slow Feeder

Wild One

Bed Cover

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Julie Vadnal

Deputy Editor

Julie Vadnal is the deputy editor of Domino. She edits and writes stories about shopping for new and vintage furniture, covers new products (and the tastemakers who love them), and tours the homes of cool creatives. She lives in Brooklyn.