From our previous posts about pet furniture, we know that pet furniture can be quite luxurious and unusual. But what will happen if let company like IKEA designed their furniture? Recently, IKEA just launched a new range called Lurvig (hairy in Swedish word), which is a collection of furniture specifically designed for pets. With some reusing, improving and downsizing work, you might find all the sudden the furniture you are using have the same models for your pets.
At the same time, Japan’s Okawa Kagu (a home to 150 furniture-manufacturing factories) also launched a new campaign entitled “craftsman MADE”, which is intended to reinvigorate the once-prosperous craft industry of Japan’s Fukuoka prefecture region. By merging the internet’s love for cats with the skills of local artisans, the new production took existing full-scale designs and down-sized them to produce high-quality miniature versions that satisfy even the fussiest of felines. Currently, this collection comprises of a pine wood sofa designed and produced by Hiromatsu Furniture, and a dark wood cat bed designed and produced by Tateno Mokuzai.
What you prefer? The modern western design from IKEA or traditional eastern design from Okawa Kagu? For me, I really love the other small furnitures like coffee table, end table and cabinet, although none of them will be used by our felines.