Do you share the belief that all the dogs and their owners resemble one another? In fact, the essence of this statement can also be referred to the hypothesis that dogs resemble their houses. Is there any correlation between our house decorations and furniture arrangement and our dogs’ appearance? Of course, there are several things that we always do when we have a pet. For example, once we have a dog, we start thinking about the hair that drops off their fur and we arrange the floor in a appropriate way.
A recent research made by Bath Spa University in the UK found a relation between the way a person looks and the dog it has. It was interesting that the accuracy of prediction when looking a person’s photo and trying to guest what breed we owns was twice higher than it was thought to be before. An indirect relation reveals some physical explanation about the phenomenon. For example, it turned out to be very important what clothes they wore for the decision they make about a dog breed. And now, let’s stop talking and see the following examples of dogs, their master’s home and the interior design trends for autumn/winter 2013 that are suitable for all the members of the family.
Do you find any hilarious relation between the legs of the dog and this classic bench?
When you have a giant breed, you need every furniture in extra large scale. Like this oversized ottoman which actually functions as a dog furniture, not to be used by humans.
Another staggering resemblance between wall decoration and what sleeps under the bench.
This cute little dog looks very much like the brown feather-covered balls in the lamp. Excuse us, it is the balls that look like the dog 🙂
And this little fellow looks definitely like a part of the interior. See how its color matches brilliantly the upholstery of the arm chair pillows.
What is a home without a Labrador? And in case you have one chocolate pet have in mind to arrange the interior in earthy colors that will make the dog feel comfortable in the pleasant atmosphere.
And now, let’s have a look at this gorgeous white Labrador that fits very well in the all-white kitchen. Great composition!
Needless to say, this contemporary staircase is a great interior design object. And so is the dog. All the hues here are in neutral colors that makes the environment pleasant for everyday living.
Another Lab, now in mellow yellow color sitting in the kitchen and waiting for someone to join his master culinary skills. We believe that Labs are always in the kitchen. In fact, the manager of Founterior has such kind of Labrador and we make jokes of him that his dog is an assistant chief, because once the manager starts cooking, the Lab is always in his feet like a shadow. He makes a step or two and the dog follows him. It is very funny!
This amazing barn-inspired room is a great match for the dog lying on the floor.
Mancave + man’s best friend. Does this little guy match the color of the woodwork, or is it just my eyes?
This is the dream of a man. The rustic room appearance and the color of the dog fur blend perfectly.
This shaggy pooch perfectly matches the texture and color of the rug. What a shaggy pooch! And see how well it matches with the rug on the floor.
Nothing like a retriever in the great outdoors. Rustic and dependable. Nothing looks better than a Retriever in the spectacular outdoors. Simply great! So, what do you think? Does the dogs and their owners’ home resemble one another? We will be glad to hear your opinion in the comments section below.