These Locally Made Dog Beds Let Your Pup Sleep in Style

Fido’s sleeping arrangement just got a major upgrade
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  • Maison Woof owner's dog Chloe

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The style and elegance long associated with Maison Luxe is now available for the canine consumer. Kelie Grosso, owner of the chic Madison Valley interior design business, channeled her love for dogs and expertise in decor into Maison Woof, a line of dog beds that she launched last fall; the beds are available online or at her shop (Madison Valley, 2806 E Madison St.; 206.405.2828). The brightly colored and patterned dog beds, all handmade by the store’s in-house seamstress, are composed of durable, washable materials and stuffed with quilted inserts made from recycled materials. Each bed is named for a different dog in the owner’s life—try out the “Chloe” medium round bed ($550), shown here with Chloe the dog—and perfect for the special pup in your life.

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