When a Quarterly box arrives, you may be in such a rush to tear it open that you don’t spot how it’s packed. This is as it should be. But perhaps you’ve noticed that your mailing is sealed with some fascinating tape. No, that’s not an oxymoron…
Do some sleuthing, and you’ll find your tape is…
Talk about a dog bowl that doesn’t look like a dog bowl…
Roxiedoggie birch and maple-finished bowl sets are simple, sturdy and sleek. Designed by a furniture designer, they come across as a piece of furniture rather than just a dog accessory.
This bowl fits in well with midcentury modern décor and is the perfect complement to hardwood floors. Get one for your home today!
Where do you keep your dog’s bowl? Kitchen? Bathroom? Outside?
Okay, let’s back up.
What’s your decorating style? Traditional? Country French? Mid-century modern?
All right, now let’s bring it all together. Why settle for a dog bowl that doesn’t match your home? When someone walks into your house, wouldn’t it be cool if your dog’s bowl looked like a unique piece of furniture that perfectly fits your style?
The dog bowls we’re going to feature here are all about design. Because let’s face it, otherwise they all work pretty much the same. We’re planning on having a great selection, from ceramic to stainless steel to super high-end fancy schmancy-pants bowls. We’ll even have bowls you can fold up and take with you on the road.
The fun part about finding all these bowls is working with the designers who create them, since many of these artisans have a background in architecture or furniture design. See that? These people care about how your house looks, too. Kumbaya.