Deauville Dog House from Bad Marlon
Because Your Dog is Worth it
You love contemporary design. Your living space is defined by clean lines, simple forms and a neutral colour palette. However, for too long your four-legged furry friend has been slumping on a chewed-up fleecy cushion printed with bright pink paws, which doesn't really chime with the slick, minimal vibe you're trying to create. Thanks to Korean pet products design house Bad Marlon, Fido can at last recline in style.
The Deauville is a modernist dog house based on the classic house shape but with one of the slanted roofs reaching all the way to the ground. The panels which make up the house are attached to each other with strong magnets which makes it easy to disassemble the house for transport or cleaning. We love the Deauville's sleek design and clever construction, let's hope the dog does too. We just have to teach him to wipe his paws before entering.
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