Living Spaces That Are Perfect For National Dog Day

As it's National Dog Day, we thought we showcase our favourite interior design spaces as modelled or featuring some adorable furry friends! The designers behind them are pretty awesome too, we might add Why not share with us your canine-friendly interiors with us using our hashtag #myspaceshack and #nationaldogday on Instagram.

The Japanese Minimalist

This adorable Shiba Inu knows hows to embrace the minimalism approach to Japanese interiors with these clean whites and cool greys with geometric patterns.

SOURCE: Interior Rim

SOURCE: Interior Rim

The Fanatic

If you insist of being one of 'those people' then try and curb your enthusiasm for all things canine to one room like the bathroom or study, and do it with a touch of humour and style please. No one wants to see a dozen cushions all with your dog's face laser printed on them. 

SOURCE: House to Home

SOURCE: House to Home

The City Dweller

Perhaps you're a successful New York couple who own a brownstone apartment in Clinton Hill or live deep in the suburban streets of central Paris? Perhaps you don't have even have time to walk your dog? So you decide to get a large print of him in the living room to remind yourself how handsome and regal he looks when in fact he runs riot whilst you're out at work.

SOURCE: Jessica Vedel

SOURCE: Jessica Vedel

The One With Good Taste

Couldn't do this post without mentioning Jonathan Adler and his great interiors, these chair hammocks are so inviting especially if they come with Jonathan's own adorable pooch Liberace too. 

The Conversion Lovers

This sheepdog knows potential with this amazing converted warehouse space which is now a contemporary kitchen complete stainless steels countertops and high ceiling light fixtures to make all your friends envious.

SOURCE: Bloglovin'

SOURCE: Bloglovin'

The Getaway

This cabin in the woods has all the soft furnishings and textures you need - sheepskin rugs and french linens make the most harsh interiors warm and inviting enough. The happy bulldog passed out on the bed seems to agree with these design choices.

SOURCE: Residence Magazine

SOURCE: Residence Magazine

The Therapist

I like to imagine this might be Dr Frasier Crane's home today. Immaculate, clean lines, lots of light and that classic Eames Chair to relax in whilst your little white West Highland Terrier plays in the garden. 

SOURCE: Architecture Art Design

SOURCE: Architecture Art Design