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Top Furniture Choices to Create a Comfortable Space for Your Pets

Top Furniture Choices to Create a Comfortable Space for Your Pets
Your pets are a big part of your family! Chances are they snuggle up next to you on movie nights, hang out under your desk in your home office, and find the perfect spot for sleeping in your bed. Your furniture needs to work with them, not make your life harder with constant clean-up and wear and tear.

Luckily there are more than a few furniture options out there to help create comfortable spaces for your pets!

Living Room

This may be the area of your house where your pet spends most of their time. If you are in the market for new furniture, there are lots of options that will make life with a pet easier. However, if you are looking for a simple solution for already existing furniture, consider throws. A few strategically placed and easy-to-wash throw blankets will help preserve your furniture. However, not all pets follow the rules and will sometimes wander away from designated spots. In that case, it’s important to choose fabrics that hide stains and won’t attract fur.

  • Leather is durable and stain resistant making wiping away fur a breeze! The O’Kean Loveseat is perfect for pets. It’s easy to maintain and looks great! One word of caution: if your cats still have their claws, be careful they do not use the leather to sharpen them. Even leather can’t stand up to kitty claws. Also, keep your dog’s nails trimmed; puppy claws can also leave a lasting mark on leather.

  • Microfiber is a synthetic fiber with very thin strands that can be made to look like suede or leather. The Shiloh Reclining Sofa is actually microfiber! It doesn't rip or scratch easily, and cleaning up pet hair is not time-consuming. All you need is a lint brush, or sometimes even your hands will do the trick! Most stains come out of microfiber with soap and water. Stubborn stains can be outed with a mild cleaner.

  • Patterns and texture help hide everyday issues like dirt and pet hair. They also help camouflage small stains until they can be properly cleaned by a steamer. The texture on the Reed Loveseat makes pet hair impossible to spot.

Office Space

If you work from home, your pet is likely your most interesting co-worker. Try to make your home office a welcoming place for your furry friend. Invest in a rug where they can keep you company comfortably under your desk. Also, you may want to have a plush accent chair for older pets who don’t like the hard floor. Just try to spot the fur on the cool Blume Swivel chair!


Maybe when you brought home your pet, you swore they’d never take over the bed, but somehow they always find a way in! If you have a large pet, or multiple pets, it may be time to get a bigger mattress so everyone can get a good night’s sleep. Also, a mattress protector is never a bad idea.

If you have space, you can add a loveseat or chair to your bedroom that can serve as a reading space and a place to entice your pet to sleep other than the bed. If you are OK with your dog or cat on the bed, consider some pet stairs or a low-profile bedframe to make it easier on their backs and hips when climbing.

You’ll also want to choose some bedding that won’t show off the hair your cutest family members leave behind.