The thought of constructing a man cave in our home makes us roll our eyes….but a pup cave? Or pup bunk beds?! Count us in. We found some of the coolest at-home doggo hangout spots that we’d totally build in our house (and probably attempt to hang out in too).
This space-efficient sleeping area eliminates the need for clunky crates by hiding a wire kennel underneath the island.
This platform bed with a hidden kennel underneath guarantees the only monster hiding under your bed is your pup.
These personal pup cubbies ensure a comfy resting spot—plus extra overhead storage.
This end table and dog bed combo is pretty easy to DIY (and pretty comfy too.)
Pup owners are on a months-long waiting list to score one of these customizable kennels, which serve as functional dressers too.
This built-in cozy dog cave makes perfect use of that wasted space under the stairs.
These easy-to-build bunk beds are a great way for pet parents with multiple pups to save some space.
This sleek design combines a built-in cabinet with a cozy dog lounge.
This fold-out bed tucks away into a dresser, so you don’t have to sacrifice a clean interior for a cozy resting spot.
This under-the-counter perch is the perfect spot for any pup who loves to watch (or smell!) you cook in the kitchen.
This wooden cut-out nook is a space-saving doggie hangout that’ll fit right into any rustic home.
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