Archive for the ‘Beautiful cat homes’ Category


January 17, 2010

We don’t know what to say about this photo. It’s simple and commonplace, yet breathtakingly flawless at the same time. Everything fits.

S is also obsessed over the window blinds.

Credits to Jennie for the photo and Kim for posting it on her website.

Martha Stewart

August 18, 2009

They should really sell this at IKEA.

Mark Wilkinson

May 23, 2009

Mark Wilkinson

We don’t think a commentary is necessary for this nursery room. Pure genius! Totally a little girl’s (and a Persian cat’s) dream room.


May 6, 2009


Between Ngoc Minh Ngo (Vietnam) and Julian Wass (England).


April 25, 2009

I was spayed on Wednesday and although I’m all spritely and greedy again, there shall be no pictures of me until my Patch grows back (or unless I am photographed at a good angle). You see, the vet decided to open me up on my left side instead of from my belly, so I have this rather large bald Patch now. J had a rude shock when he collected me from the vet. S is especially upset because I am now assymetrical and that offends her obsessive compulsiveness.

So while I am off my modelling duties for now, I thought I should share some pictures of Stewie and Oscar! They belong here: . Jenny keeps a lovely home with lovely pets. She also creates the cutest craftsy things.

The theme of this post is…interesting wall colours! Look how they are different in every picture. S is really conservative when it comes to colours to use on her walls. Once, an unusual adventurous streak took over and she did one wall in blue…only it didn’t quite turn out like how she wanted it to be. Now it is a safe shade of cream, which I think she might get bored of soon.

Melissa and Sophie will really dig that shade of purple I think. And is that Tiffany blue I spy?



I think I’ve mentioned in a previous post that I love windows that open bottom up! And will you just check out the kitty pillow. I’m officially jealous.


Since I’m on the topic of what I want, THIS cushy looking chair is right on top of my list. It’s time to make eyes at J so that he’ll find one for Arthur and me to share. We think the colour, texture and volume makes it look so very luxe. Also, check out the colour of the lower walls!


S would like me to draw your attention to the row of bottles in the background. She has this crazy obession when it comes to glass bottles, especially old vintage looking ones. Last year, J and S chanced upon a dusty dingy little corner shop that sold bottles. In all shapes and sizes. S was sad because she liked so many of them but they were impractical to pack and would only add to the stress of travelling.


I think Stewie is a might handsome Cat, don’t you? Shhh, don’t tell Arthur.


April 19, 2009

On flickr.


A shelf has more uses that you think. Luna loves the two flower print cushions. Personally, I’m more concerned about whether the cubby holes are big enough for me.

Ashley G

April 12, 2009


The windows are charming! We especially don’t see these around in our parts of the world, especially Arthur’s. The choice of lighting is also pretty. Fairy lights are so dreamy (and the standing lamp looks fun to swing from…fun for Arthur only though…I am not a fan of heights)! We also like the row of cabinets under the window. They have little feet. This room definitely has the benefit of a female touch.

We wonder if that pretty grey meow goes out a lot..the windows sure look convenient. Arthur and I are not allowed outdoors because our Female Human suffers from chronic paranoia.

Amy McKay

April 6, 2009


A neutral palette again, this time made to pop by the orange door frame. J would love the texture of the sofa and ottoman. It’s incredible how this space is made up of things that you don’t usually think will match, but when they are put together, they look so right. Different sofa/ottoman cover textures and colors, the single rock wall and the round glass table, vintage fireplace grille and modern orange door frame, soft flowers that look like hydrangeas in a bamboo vase. Everything, including the bucket by the fireplace and the conservatively sized/framed picture on the wall, is exquisite. Mitchy-matchy is safe and easy, but you need something like that to scream individualism.

“Kim’s Komfy Kouch”

March 28, 2009


The backdrop! The cushions! The throws! The vases! The rug! The lamp! Kim obviously has an incredible eye for details.



We just had to include this because we think this is a good example of how our food should be served to us.



March 22, 2009

Pictures are from Flickr. There is actually a group named Cats Love Eames.

Cat owners, we are sure all of you recall incidents where your Cat developed this uncanny ability to plonk herself on the best piece of furniture in your house. And you thought it was coincidence? Truth is, we have good taste and will only sit in 500 euro chairs. We like how comfortable it is (which is why you bought it in the first place), and we know how aesthetically pleasing we look lounging away (which is also why you bought it, except you pictured yourself on it).

S is seriously lusting over these, and we sure hope someday she’ll get two…One for each of us! …One for J and one for herself of course. Meow.


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Credits: Kimhas6cats