Celebrities and their pets go together like chips and salsa. Here are a few HGTV celebs with their beloved canine companions — and a few doggie glamour shots thrown in for good measure. Check out Antonio Ballatore's bulldog Chewie, and more.
For a family with three Italian greyhounds (with three different eating styles), the designer of this contemporary kitchen incorporated three distinct pet-feeding stations throughout the space. A glass and mahogany door, which perfectly complements the kitchen’s sleek style, slides out to separate the pups.
Not only is this bright family room a retreat for the homeowners, but it's a hangout for their furry friend, as well. Graphic patterns and vibrant colors give the space a fun, carefree feel.
No need for a trip to the kennel. Constructed by Washington, D.C.-based Four Brothers Carpentry, this built-in dog kennel and spa is located in a spacious mudroom that includes the family’s laundry facilities. Two comfy cages hold large dogs. A bottom drawer reveals a hide-a-way bed for a tiny pooch.
The owners of this tin roof chicken coop wanted to create a home for their chickens and guest houses for visiting bluebirds: "We read that bluebirds like to have 15 to 20 feet of open space in front of their nesting houses. When we built the coop, we left the posts tall on the back side. My parents brought me the 'See Rock City' house, which I was thrilled to have because it's a great nod to my happy Southern childhood spent hiking and camping with my family. The Rock City birdhouse lets guests know we want them to be relaxed and happy in our garden." The owners said landscaping was a key factor in the positioning of the coop. "We thought about the placement for several weeks. It made sense to be on the far side of the garden because it's tall and creates a separation between our yard and the street that runs behind our next-door neighbors' yard. It works as a privacy screen and looks like a charming shed or rustic playhouse. The screens across the front of the structure came from my grandparents' house when it was torn down. The major drawback to our design is the lack of a human door, which makes spring cleaning the coop no easy task."
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