10 Cats Who Remarkably Match Their Interiors
Love your cat as much as you love interiors? Why not combine the two and seamlessly tone your feline with your décor?
This black and white kitty looks minimally stylish in its geometric habitat. Black and white combines with a cool red-and-white patterned wall to provide the perfect backdrop for the home’s chic resident.
Natural tones look lovely when teamed with dark woods and black highlights. This kitchen nook is elegantly cosy, and the whole thing is set off by the sleek black cat who has taken centre stage.
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A cute white and tortoiseshell puss is right at home here. The whites, creams and browns of the room provide camouflage for the furry feline – perfect for some undisturbed napping.
The honey tones of the wooden furniture here perfectly match the orange fur of the household’s pet. In fact, the cat fits so nicely with the wood, you could forget it’s even there!
This beautiful puss would look stylish anywhere, but particularly so on this grey sofa. The upholstery’s white highlights are the perfect complement to the cat’s silvery fur.
These gorgeous charcoal kitchen cabinets are beautifully combined with a contrasting worktop and exposed brick walls. The striking design looks so good with a matching cat that you might even forgive it for climbing on the work surface!
With a fluffy beige cat and a cream pooch, it’s obvious why these pet owners chose neutral tones for their décor. The space feels calm and restful and is added to by a cosy fireplace. It’s hard to imagine a better spot for these furry friends to chill out.
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A stone kitchen with a white brick wall provides a sophisticated backdrop for this tabby cat. Its textured fur contains a perfect combination of tones to warm up the space.
How do you design a room around a ginger cat? With more ginger tones, of course! A pale wood kitchen complements a wooden floor and veneer-clad wall. The mix of orange hues is the perfect home for this sleepy ginger pet.
Yes, even your washing machine can get in on the act. The black-and-white shapes formed by these cleverly stored appliances are ideally positioned next to the matching cat’s cubbyhole.
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