A furry friend is something else, Dog pets are always there when we need him, and loves us no matter what. Every pet parent would do just about anything to keep their fur-friends happy and comfortable, but when it comes down to choosing their furniture, it is sometimes challenging.
So instead of heading to the pet shop when your little dog outgrows his pup mattress, try DIY for your dog, and flip an old antique pallet crate, suitcase, or basket into a comfy and cozy repurposed bed. There are various methods for every skill level, from no-sew cushions to advanced carpentry projects. Aside from being cheap, these beds are also much better quality than many that you’ll find on store shelves.
They are also made with love, which your doggies deserve. Most of them require only minimal work, and even the ones that are a bit more complicated are still relatively easy. You love your pets. Don’t you want to give them a place of their own? From nightstand beds to no-sew cushions, I’ve found so many different ways for you to show your little doggies so much, love.
The feelings are mutual; in them, we find a comfortable peace and balance relationship, dog-love is epic. Go ahead and cast a glance at the following gallery, we have curated a selection of DIY dog bed ideas meant to encourage one to pamper his furry ally in life.
Here are super cute and incredibly inexpensive DIY dog beds that you will love.
DIY Repurposed Suitcase Dog Bed
I have seen so many items crafted from vintage suitcases, but I have to mention, I have in no way seen one turned into a dog bed. I do love the idea, although. If you have an old suitcase, transform it into a cozy spot for your pup by adding a foam cushion covered in a decorative fun fabric, as seen in this simple DIY project. This is a bed that you can have made in under an hour.
Scrap Wood Crate Dog Bed
Considering your dog’s size, you may be able to use an old wood crate as a dog bed. Take some leftover 2*4 and construct a faux vintage crate bed on casters.
Mid Century Style Dog Bed
You will love this little pet bed that’s raised on legs. Puppies will adore this, and a widespread dog cushion suits in flawlessly. You’ll build the bed from planks and then add the legs, which you may upcycle from an antique table or chair.
Pallet Dog Bed
This cute canine bed is crafted from pallet wood. Use a sander to smooth out the wood and pick out an exciting paint coloration if you want the bed to stand out.
Shabby Chic Crate Dog Bed
Here a shabby chic finish has been applied over the crate. You can modify a wooden crate and paint it to fit your design needs. By day, this might look ordinary, but it is a comfy bed that your little dog will love.
Use pillows to shape a puff-pouf dog bed
The process is rather straightforward, yet the rewards are spectacular. So, you’re going to need a pillow for that bed, or the cushion could be the bed; however, you prefer. This is a straightforward, no-sew project that you will finish in no time.