Pet Aesthetics

From spill-prone partners to muddy paws, numerous factors compel us to approach design with both durability and beauty in mind. Specifically, as pet people, we make our four-legged friends feel as welcome in our interiors as our bipedal clients. Whether sourcing from our Signature 22 custom furniture collection or placing vessels for treat storage, we help you live effortlessly with your fur-mily.


Slipcovers make sofas and armchairs as friendly for pets as they are for eyes. As part of our Signature 22 collection, several pieces have become beloved by dogs. When sheathed in textured, washable weaves, the Elisa Chair and Moran Swivel serve as perfect pet thrones. If sourcing outside our line, we encourage upholstery with tonal and/or textural variation; such fabrics hide the inevitable paw print. Washable throws can act as slipcovers for furniture pieces favored by pets; the brown stripe linen throw, made from a blend of Belgian linen and wool, can be washed on the delicate cycle if dirtied.


Drawing inspiration from our ranching surrounds, cowhides are our go-to floor covering in high-trafficked areas like mudrooms. In service of ski boots and dirty paws alike, cowhides shed dirt with a simple shake outside or stroke of a vacuum. At Twenty Two Home, we stock a selection of sizes in a contemporary palette ranging from moody gris gray and subtle champagne to the classic graphic of brown-on-white markings. Similarly indestructible, Chilewich runners and mats hold up in hallways and laundry rooms, under entry benches, even outside. Quick drying and mold/mildew resistant, they can be hosed off when marked by muddy paws.


We believe in storing treats and pet accessories in style. Bones live beautifully in vintage Indonesian bowls as well as Astier de Villatte vases. To stash dog toys, turn to a classic basket, like these square silhouettes in natural or black. And loop leashes on antler racks or decorative driftwood as hook. Pets can also inspire wall décor as well, including art curation; this mixed-media collage provided playful contrast for a stately commode.