Dogs are a part of your family. They have their own personalities, thoughts, and feelings and become an important part of your life when you adopt them. Just like we adorn our homes with photographs of our human family members, decorating with photographs of your dog is just as fulfilling.
Even if you don’t have a dog, decorating with dog art brings a sense of whimsy and cheer to a space. I don’t know about you, but I can’t help but smile when I see a happy dog face looking back at me. Whether it’s a black and white gallery wall or a bright, colorful piece of art, the installation will add life and charm to your decor.
Here are 10 great examples of decorating with dog art to inspire you.
Decorating with Dog Art
A black and white gallery wall featuring photographs of their furry friends hang above the bed for a darling focal point.
Source: Style At Home
At first glance, it looks like real dogs are sitting on this chair, but they’re actually pillows! This DIY project turns your dog’s photo into an adorable accent pillow.
This gallery wall is so colorful and charming, especially with the largest anchor piece featuring a sweet labrador.
Source: I Suwannee
The silhouette of a dog has a great modern appeal. It would be easy to recreate this of your own dog using one of their photos.
Source: Shelter Interior Design
Why not personalize your dog’s dining area with pictures of them? Such a cute idea!
Source: A Shade of Teal
These illustrations look so adorable in a children’s bedroom and are probably quite comforting, too.
Source: Country Living
Don’t be afraid to mix different kinds of dog art. In this living room, for example, a black and white photo hangs above the fireplace while a colorful illustration is part of a charming vignette in the corner.
Source: Apartment Therapy
How could you feel anything other than happy looking at that face every day?
Source: Haute Look
A black and white wallpaper of various dog silhouettes looks super chic and charming in this powder bath, especially when paired with gold accents.
Source: Rue Magazine
You’ll always feel a bit of cheer walking up and down this staircase.
Source: Annie Selke