In celebration of National Hairball Awareness Day tomorrow, I decided to show you all some spectacular cats and their boho-tastic digs. So curl up on the couch, grab a brush to entice your own rockin’ feline to join you, and perhaps you can collaborate on a redo of the space the two of you share.
Sticky rollers at the ready? GO!
|Bart Kiggen photo / Design Sponge|
An IKEA daybed never looked so good as in this townhouse in Belgium. I’m betting that kitty spends some long hours curled up either against that gold velvet pillow or on the sheepskin throw.
|Emily Billings photo / Apartment Therapy|
Every boho home needs lots of plants. Looks like Snowboots and these cacti have learned to live and let live in this 655-square-foot rental in Boston’s south end.
|Carley Summers photo / Domino|
I love the mix of printed ethnic textiles in the home of interiors photographer Carley Summers. You can see more photos of Summers’ home, as well as her sleek black kitty-cat, on her Instagram feed.
|Benjamin Holtrop photo / Design Sponge|
Ellie the cat shares 500 square feet in the upstairs of a 1920s-era farmhouse in the Sellwood neighborhood of Portland, OR, with her florist owner. I’m ogling that macramé wall-hanging and wondering if Ellie uses it for climbing practice.
|Sharlene Kayne / Via Home & Garden|
This is home sweet home to maker, artist and designer Sharlene Kayne. See more of her work and her own abode when you follow her on Instagram.
|Heather Keeling photo / Apartment Therapy|
These cool, midcentury-modern antique chairs are the favorite perch of Bootleg the cat. Follow the link for a full tour of this 1,500-square-foot home in the Kilbourn Park area of Chicago
|Melissa Nichols and Jake Durrett photo / Apartment Therapy|
What is it about kitties sleeping just at the base of the pillows their owners use? If it were ME curling up for a snooze, I’d be burrowing under that colorful kantha coverlet. Follow the link to see more of this 400-square-foot studio apartment in the lower Pacific Heights area of San Francisco, CA.
|Cesar Segarra / AD Espana|
This beautiful brown tabby—so much like my own Maisie-Cat!—shares this stylish and eclectic space in Barcelona, Spain, with designer Paloma Lanna of Paloma Wool. Take the full tour and don’t forget to [alt mouse click + translate to English], unless, of course, you read Spanish.
|Almost Makes Perfect|
I love how this beautiful fur-baby complements the colors in the pillow and the wall-hanging. Be sure to check out the DIY tutorial for that pompon quilt conversion.
|David Merewether photo / Wealden Times|
Do British cats speak with British accents? Maybe the answer lies in the full tour of this delightfully eclectic home in Tunbridge Wells, UK.
|Via Casinha Colorida|
This baby is pretty in pink (the room, not the cat). Follow the link for a complete tour of these cherchez-la-femme boho digs, but [alt-click + translate to English] unless you speak Portuguese.
|Hannah Puechmarin photo|
What a sweet face this Aussie snowball has! Don’t miss the full tour of her equally-Aussie boho home in Ipswich, Queensland.
|Emily Billings photo / Apartment Therapy|
Siddharta lives with an interior designer and a builder in a 2,400-square-foot carriage house in the Harrison Hill area of Dorchester, in Boston, MA. Cats, as we all know, love to take cover in bookshelves. What a neat idea to have an empty basket there, ready to protect her from the big, bad person at the door!
|Steph (owner) photo / Apartment Therapy|
Now THIS feline puts the attitude in cattitude. Am I right? Follow the link to see the rest of the Silver Lake, CA, studio apartment he (she?) reigns over.
If it seems there’s a preponderance of brown tabbies in this post, I admit to a bias
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- See more funky felines on their own interior turf on my House Cat Pinterest board. Or go HERE to follow ALL 92 of my mostly home interiors boards.