Double dog coffee table crate | Do It Yourself Home Projects from Ana White
An old dresser I converted into a dog crate with some pallet wood and the wood from the disassembled drawers. The top drawers are for doggy jackets, towels and leashes. Just need to paint the bars and knobs white and it's done.
DIY dog crate from Ana White! Large size, will accommodate Border Collie nicely. Do you think we could figure out how to make comfortable for a Great Dane?
Dog Crate Mat, Pad, Cushion, XXL 30"x48", Pink & White Dog Print
White : Dog Crates, Kennels & Carriers : Target
Incorporate accommodations for your dog into the decor of your living room, bedroom, or den with this dog-crate end table. The white wood surface is ideal for holding a lamp and framed photo, while thIf your dog needs a place of its own, you can always find him a nice compartment and fence it in with a durable dog crate, like this one. It's made of a painted in white, tubular metal frame with lattice wire design.Gotta fight for every inch of free space in your house? Just look at this clever solutions! A dog crate that's also to be used as a bedside table, who would have thought? Wooden construction and white paint make it subtle and elegant.Give your pet the gift of comfort and privacy without sacrificing your home's decor with the Luxury White Pet Residence Dog Crate; a stylish piece you and your pet alike will love.Provide your furry friend with a comfortable place to sleep without sacrificing your home's décor with the Luxury White Pet Residence Dog Crate that expertly crafted from solid hardwood and boasting rolling shades for added privacy. We wanted a bench at the foot of the bed to help our squatty dog Kirby get up and down from our elevated bed. When we saw the plans for the dog crate we decided that we could make a crate for our Boston Terrier Petey who needs to be confined overnight AND put a reinforced top on it to provide seating space. We knew it could not be taller than 18" (the same as our living room couches) so Kirby could jump on and off comfortably, and that we didn't need to make it as big as Ana's plan since Petey is half the size of Ana's lab. Our crate/bench is narrower. Every bit of this piece was made with wood either repurposed from an old playhouse or scraps from the cedar pergola we built in May. We had the hinges and the screws on hand already. We drilled holes in the lid to tie a cushion on top eventually. The lid comes off completely for ease of changing out dog bedding. Petey loves sleeping inside and will go in for naps even during the day when he has the run of the house. Kirby and our other dog also like to nap in there. You can just see the white of Petey's blaze in the pic where Kirby is peeking in.