Laylo Pets Launch New Modern Dog Beds Inspired by Italian Terrazzo
It seems like everyone (myself included) has been adopting pets from shelters during the current pandemic. After all, having a furry friend to cuddle with while you’re stuck at home definitely makes that time more enjoyable. Laylo Pets’ Terrazzo Collection (a new addition to their modern dog beds selection) celebrates this adoption uptick.
Black Terrazzo Dog Bed or Dog Bed Cover
Pink Terrazzo Dog Bed or Dog Bed Cover
The new Terrazzo Collection, handcrafted in Brooklyn, New York, is one of Laylo Pets’ limited-edition dog bed series. This new design takes inspiration from the classic material it’s named after, Italian Terrazzo. And, it comes in four different color themes: black, white, pink, and teal.
Laylo’s modern dog beds are designed to complement your home’s decor, adding creative, sleek patterns instead of the bulky, bland options often available at pet stores. Plus, these dog beds give your pup the relaxing orthopedic comfort it needs for a comfy sleep.
Teal Terrazzo Dog Bed or Dog Bed Cover
The brand has made sure not to sacrifice convenience, either. Each bed has a machine-washable cover, a non-slip bottom, a portable handle and a water-resistant insert to protect against a possible accident.
White Terrazzo Dog Bed or Dog Bed Cover
In an effort to encourage even more dog adoptions, Laylo Pets decided to feature five adorable pets from a local animal shelter (The Palm Springs Animal Shelter) in the lookbook for their new collection. The design-forward brand is also donating part of the proceeds from this new collection to that shelter to support more pups getting adopted.
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Photos by Stephen Paul Photography.
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