A Built-In Dog Bed Was Created In This Living Room Wall
When Studio North were designing this modern laneway house in Calgary, Canada, they included a built-in dog bed nook.
A small circular, lined cut-out was created in the wall in the living room that allows the family dog to feel safe, and it removes the need for a dog bed on the floor.
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