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With our pet-friendly ideas, you can be sure your kitchen looks its best and keeps your pet safe from everyday hazards. Choosing the right materials is key to ensuring your kitchen stands up to daily wear and tear and will be easy to clean. From decor tips and tricks to ingenious storage solutions, see how you can create the ideal kitchen for you and your pet.
Utilising space under a worktop or within an island or unit to create a multi-use pet area is a fantastic way to keep floors tidy and prevent trip hazards such as beds, dishes and toys from getting underfoot or in the way. These clever nooks not only save space, they’re a stylish way to keep pet accessories organised while transforming a traditional sleeping area into a design feature, especially with a built-in food and water station.
Muddy paws and claws can be tough on floors but choosing the right flooring will ensure you get the look you want and keep it that way for as long as possible. These options have unique benefits and all are durable, scratch-resistant, easy to clean and water-resistant but to keep them looking their best for longer, mop up any spills as soon as possible.
Choosing the right materials is essential for a pet-friendly decor. Even the most pristine pooch can wipe mud, drool and shake dirty water onto your walls so it’s important to opt for wipe-clean and stain-resistant surfaces
Pets can be very curious and love to explore but a few simple steps will keep them safe from daily hazards.
Keep bins covered and inside a cabinet to prevent pets from coming into contact with dangerous waste and foods that can be hazardous or even lethal, such as chocolate and chicken bones. This will free up floor space and look neat and tidy too, but you may need a cupboard catch for a determined pet.Shop all Bins
Keep any chemicals such as cleaning products on high shelves or inside cupboards and always check your laundry, washing machine and dryer for snoozing pets before operating. Integrated appliances with cabinet doors are an easy—and stylish—way to help keep pets out. It’s also important to securely store any unsafe items that might appeal to a playful pet, such as haberdashery or children’s toys, in out-of-reach places or inside storage containers.