Hey there, fellow pet lovers! If you’re like me, your furry friends are not just pets, they’re cherished family members. And just like any family member, they deserve a cozy and stylish living space to call their own. That’s why I’m excited to share with you some valuable tips and recommendations on how to create a pet-friendly home that doesn’t compromise on style, straight from the heart of Marbella’s design scene at Pueblo Rico Interior Design.

Finding the Perfect Balance

Creating a pet-friendly home that’s also a design haven might sound challenging, but trust me, it’s absolutely achievable. Pueblo Rico Interior Design understands that harmony between functionality and aesthetics is key. When you’re selecting furniture and materials, think durability and easy maintenance. Opt for fabrics that resist stains and materials that can stand up to daily pet activities – after all, we know our fur babies can be a little messy sometimes!

Flooring that Works for Everyone

Accidents happen, right? To make sure your floors survive any mishaps, consider pet-friendly options like hardwood, luxury vinyl, or tile. And don’t forget those cozy area rugs to add warmth and protect your flooring. Just make sure they’re easy to clean – trust me, this will save you so much stress in the long run.

Furniture that’s Fur-tastic

Have you ever seen furniture that’s not just stylish but also has built-in pet beds? It’s a game-changer! Pueblo Rico suggests furniture that caters to both you and your pets – I mean, why should they miss out on the comfort? And here’s the best part: it doesn’t mean compromising on style.

Little Touches that Count

Adding those little pet-centric touches to your décor can be so much fun. Think artwork that celebrates your furry companions, decorative bowls that fit right into your design scheme, and clever storage for all those toys and pet supplies. These small details add a personal touch and blend seamlessly into your overall design.

Creating Designated Pet Zones

Setting up specific areas just for your pets is a great way to keep both your home and your pets organized. A cozy nook with their bed and nearby storage for their essentials is a brilliant idea. This way, their stuff doesn’t end up scattered all over the place – been there, dealt with that!

Bringing the Outdoors In

For those lucky enough to have an outdoor space, why not turn it into a pet paradise? Pueblo Rico suggests pet-friendly turf or pathways that won’t destroy your landscaping. And don’t forget shaded spots and water features to keep your pets cool and entertained outdoors.

My Favorite Pet-Friendly Products

From one pet lover to another, here are some amazing products recommended by Pueblo Rico Interior Design:

  • Easy Clean Fabrics: Say goodbye to stains and messes with fabrics that include an anti stain treatment.
  • Stylish Rugs: Look for rugs that resist stains and odors – trust me, they’ll be a lifesaver.
  • Smart Furniture: Get furniture that hides away pet supplies, so you stay clutter-free.
  • Pet-Safe Paint: Go for paints with low VOCs to keep both your pets and yourself safe.
  • Interactive Toys: Keep your pets engaged with toys that also match your design vibe.
  • Trendy Accesories: Elevate your pet’s space with accessories from the Zara Home pet collection. From trendy pet beds to elegant food and water bowls this shop offers stylish options that seamlessly integrate into your home’s design.

So, my fellow pet lovers, creating a pet-friendly haven that’s also a design masterpiece is totally doable. Thanks to the expertise of Pueblo Rico Interior Design, Marbella, you can have the best of both worlds. These tips and product recommendations will help you craft a beautiful home where you and your furry companions can live in harmony. Let’s make our homes a place where love, style, and wagging tails collide!

Until next time,


Estefani Batista - Pueblo Rico - Architecture & Interior Design



Partner – Interior Designer

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(+34) 952 130 841


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29670, Guadalmina Alta, Marbella.

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