Fabulous Finds for The Fancy Feline. Modern Beds and Bowls to Meow for.
If you've got both a cat and a sense of style, H.J. Mews has the feline furniture and feeding bowl for you.
Carrying some of the most modern and stylish cat pods and beds (some of which I've blogged about in the past) and an array of well-designed feeding bowls, H.J. Mews was initially launched in 1920 in New York.
The H.J. Mews Bespoke Kitten Boutique quickly gained a reputation for selling the highest quality in cat furniture, accessories, and toys on the market. H.J’s discerning tastes and dedication to his clientele made the store a hit and has provided a livelihood for six generations to come.
Cat Beds, Pods, Loungers and Cool places for kitties to hang out.
The Canopy Lounge:
This mid century modern cat lounge by CanopyStudio is constructed of a bent walnut plywood shell with a removable upholstered cushion and solid walnut legs.
Rare earth magnets are embedded in the bent plywood shell, which secure the upholstered cushion to the piece while still allowing it to be removed or swapped out easily. The durable and claw resistant upholstery fabric is imported from Denmark.
Below are 3 multi-functional loungers crafted of maple ply and industrial strength cardboard by Elizabeth Paige Smith.
Below are 2 more multi-functional pods crafted of industrial strength cardboard by Elizabeth Paige Smith.
Curve, a wall mountable curved wood cat bed in walnut or maple by Akemi Tanaka:
Floor Feeders, Wall-Mountable Feeders and Bowls
Big Bend Bowls by Maya Khaira in birch and maple:
Smorgasbord faux bois white resin bowl holders and bowl by Luke Wong:
Series 3 Cherry and Walnut wall-mountable cat feeders by Vurv Designs:
There are many more wonderful items for kittens and cats at H.J. Mews, be sure to check them out.
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