Steal Hilary Farr’s Stunning Idea To Hide The Eyesore Of Pet Bowls In Your Home

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For her clients, Michael and Becky, HGTV’s Hilary Farr used her design skills to transform their lackluster 1970s home into a modern masterpiece. Known for her ability to seamlessly merge beauty and function, it’s not a surprise that Farr remembered to consider her clients’ two four-legged friends in the kitchen remodel. To maintain the sleek look of the open-concept kitchen dining room while also designating a spot for the two pups to eat, she incorporated a pull-out feeding station in the built-in custom cabinetry. When closed, it looks like a simple, thin cabinet drawer near the bottom of the kitchen cabinet, but when opened, it reveals two food dishes that can easily be accessed and then closed to hide the bowls.

 “That’s a great idea,” Beck said (via Youtube). “They’re going to love that,” Michael responded. However, this design tip isn’t just aesthetically pleasing. It’s a win-win because it makes both you and your pet happier and more comfortable. You get to hide your furry friends’ feeding station as needed, and, elevated bowls are better for dogs’ posture and digestion, and are known to reduce the risk of choking. Because these cabinets are custom-built, you’ll be able to customize the height based on your pet’s size to ensure they get the healthiest dining experience.

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