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Human/House/Harvey: Dog Design

by Stephanie

Human/House/Harvey: Dog Prints I think I’ve made it pretty clear by now that I am a verified crazy dog lady. And I am totally OK with admitting that. The beauty of coming to terms with your obsessions is that you can freely emblazon your love on everything. (Or maybe that’s just my theory.) So with my proclaimed love of dogs, I’ve rounded up some of my favorite dog patterns and printed designs that I would like for myself, my home and my pup, Mr. Harvey. I hope you’ll join me in showcasing and embracing your own obsessions! — Stephanie

HUMAN — I am DYING to own this amazing Burberry cashmere dog sweater, but since it is well over my budget, I think this adorable Frenchie J. Crew sweater will do the trick!

HOUSE — How fun would it be to have an office or bathroom covered in pups?! Well, I think it would be mighty fun, and this pattern is the perfect mix of quirky and artistic.

HARVEY — I appreciate good dog-bowl design, and these retro “dog” dog bowls are too cute. I think my pup would be excited to finish any meal and see the great design at the bottom.

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