IKEA Launches Their First Furniture Collection Specifically for Pets

Most everyone knows that IKEA is a Swedish-style household furniture store, and a popular one at that. For years, people have been flooding the store to purchase their beautiful household goods and filling their homes with them. The only thing missing, is a line of pet goods. At least that was the case, because now, IKEA has recently launched a line of products that are geared towards your furry friends, your dog and cat.

The pet line of furniture is super stylish and collection is known as the ‘Lurving collection,” which means, “hairy” in Swedish. This line includes everything from scratching posts to dog beds, pet carrying totes and more. One of the products in the collection is a top-end, very stylish dog bed for those pampered pooches. Another very cool item is the scratching post for cats that ties around the leg of a table, known as a cat hack. Cat hack means that it is so stylish, it just becomes a part of your furniture and you hardly notice it’s there.

Other clever ideas they have come up with are cat beds that are actually a part of your shelving unit, dog blankets that keep your couch hair-free, festive dog beds that are reindeer and polar bear shaped, a stylish cat toting bag, and a unicorn dog bed, perfect for the more adventurous pup that you have.

We all know someone who could use some of these items from IKEA, because when it comes to their pet, they want the absolute best and most stylish. Now your pet can be living as cool and clever as you do when you furnish them with pet care items from one of the most stylish home goods store in the world.

You can take a look at more their pet line collection will offer, but the products won’t be available until March of 2018 in Great Britain, however, the products will be launched in France, Canada, Japan and the U.S. later this year. So keep a look out, because when they hit, it promises to be a big hit.

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