Led by the creative talents of recognized furniture designer Corey Drew, Pet Lounge Studiostakes a unique approach towards the humanization of pets. The company’s mission is to create totally unique designs that solve a variety of problems, but most importantly how to seamlessly and comfortably integrate your pets into your homes without sacrificing the finely planned decor. Pet Lounge Studios has an impressive collection of furniture specifically designed for the pampered pup, but their newest design, The Bambú Hammock II has taken center stage in the luxury pet market.
This design is created with a sustainable and solid bamboo frame, a very unique mattress support system and the highest quality removable and washable cushion. Inspiration was drawn directly from the same philosophy used by some of the most recognized Scandinavian furniture designers, which was to showcase the natural beautiful of the materials used with simplicity. To balance their collection in order to fit a variety of tastes and styles, Pet Lounge Studios also offers a little more transitional piece which is their beautiful Bambú Daybed. This luxurious Daybed has an orthopedic memory foam cushion that is enough to make you a little jealous. If it were a little larger I’m sure most of us would dive right into this bed and never want to get out! [Photos and information provided by Pet Lounge Studio; also check out their Facebook page]
It’s no surprise that our friends Down Under know how to get low when it comes to their living rooms. Designed by Georgia Ezra of G. A.B. B. E. Studio, the cool and contemporary Brighton Escape home is made a bit more comfy thanks to a dropped seating area lined with the same wood that accents the ceiling, walls and stairs. Located in Merida, Mexico, Casa Sisal‘s vast great room boasts a recessed sitting area that emphasizes its modern splendor by creating a symmetry with the home’s 3-sided infinity edge swimming pool.The best part? This opulent 2-bedroom home is available for rent for a mere $299 a night so that you can snuggle up there yourself.
Sunken living rooms were all the rage in the 60s and 70s, but they can still be just as comfy and stylish in the aughts. With so many of us opting for open plan spaces these days, creating a casual but defined “conversation pit” is a fun way to break up your living room into manageable zones. Read on for some of our favorite inspiration rooms featuring cozy sunken living areas that we’d love to nestle up in.