These Cozy Dog Beds Feature Fabrics Found in Iconic Museums
If it’s good enough for the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and The Guggenheim, it’s good enough for your furry pups. For their first ever pet line, Finland-based studio Kanto collaborated with Kvadrat, known for their fabrics found in the world’s most iconic institutions, to create dog beds that support canine well-being without infringing on the surrounding interior design.
The Kanto x Kvadrat Collection features two styles: Luoto, a supportive circular bed, and Oksa, a more traditional design. Both beds are wrapped in Kvadrat’s deadstock fabrics, a nod to the design studio’s commitment to sustainability and high standards for design. The fabrics are made of natural fibers to reduce adverse allergic reactions and prove to be extra durable after scoring 45,000 or more with the Martindale test (30,000 or more indicates commercial grade).
Luoto, which means small island in Finnish, is available in three upholstery options: Coda, Tonica, and Hot. Oksa is tree branch in Finnish and is available in Coda and Hot.