Everyone loves their pet. Pet owners pamper their dogs and cats like they’re their own children, buying them everything from fancy food and expensive toys, to pet-specific clothing and . A pet bed is one of those things that you need to have a bit of room in your home for — even if it’s just in a corner or along a wall. They don’t often go perfectly with your decor, but at least your pet will be happy, right?! Well, I’m here to tell you that you don’t have to sacrifice your decor for your pet. Here are 15 adorable and decoratively functional pet beds that serve as tables too!
Upcycle nightstand into dog bed/side table
Do you love projects where you get to turn an old thrift store find into something incredible? I do, too, and I am so excited to get to share this cool idea with you, as I think it may be my favorite upcycling project ever! Granted, I do have a soft spot for my dogs, and love pampering them, but still… If you are a pet lover or want to make something awesome for someone who is, then this DIY pet bed will blow your mind. Made from an upcycled end table (which is practically free if you look in the right places) this homemade dog bed is super creative and simply lovely. Craft away with your favorites designs and colors to make a custom bed that makes your pet’s personality and/or your home decor.
DIY End Table Dog Beds (before and after)
Next up, the dog bed cushion. It’s a fairly simple sewing project (click for instructions). If you’re not used to working with piping, skip that step or buy pre-made piping at the craft store. There is one thing I would do differently, though–make the cushion bigger. I measured the diameter of the inside of the table and made my cushion the same diameter. I should have made it about 4″ bigger for a nice, snug fit. So keep that in mind if you try this project.
Dog bed made from an old coffee table.:)
I turned this $8 thrift store end table into a combination dog bed/end table. I removed the doors and filled in the screw holes with wood filler. I then lightly sanded the piece and primed with Zinsser 1-2-3 primer. The paint is Martha Stewart matte chalk finish paint in "smoke". I made the no-sew bed with fleece and cluster filling from the fabric store. The total project cost me $55! #diy #dogbed #thriftstore #dogcrate #dog #petOversized dog bed made from coffee table. I used bed pillows for cushion. I covered with upholstery fabric and trimmed it. Used cream paint with a chocolate glaze finish.#TreatThePups this Valentine's Day with a D.I.Y Dog Cabinet. Turn a second-hand dresser into a pet bed and treat station with a few coats of paint and some Milk-Bone jars. A side table turned upside down or an oversize drawer with a large floor pillow will also double as a shabby chic dog bed when paintedDo you let your pet sleep in your bedroom with you? If you do, you’ll want to have a look at some of these adorable bedside tables that have spaces for your small dog or cat too. These two examples are from DIY Network and .