Saturday, June 6, 2009
OK, the reader question that sparked this series did not ask about toy boxes. But if we're discussing pet-related storage, I just had to do an update from my last post on this subject.
I mean, how could I not pass along something like the cat toy box above, from Merlin's Bark Products over on Etsy? There's a dog version, too.
Staying on Etsy, here's another pet toy box, from Woodin' You. It comes in three sizes.
And if your tastes run to the flamboyant, it's hard to beat the hand-painted pet toy boxes from Jakey BB. (And Jakey BB also makes leash hooks!)
Moving on from Etsy, here's a cedar pet toy box from Dynamic Accents (available here, among other places).
This dog toy box comes in a range of colors, and you can choose to have it personalized with your dog's name. Update on June 19, 2011: The site selling this product has disappeared.
And this dog toy chest comes in two colors, and can also be personalized. Update on June 19, 2011: Orvis, which sold this toy chest, no longer does so.
Petstages makes a range of pet toys, so it's not surprising the company also makes a dog toy box. (There's no cat toy box, though!)
And finally, there's this dog toy box from Relay's Diner, available in two sizes.
The rest of this series:
Part 1: Pet Armoires
Part 2: Hooks for Leashes
Part 3: The Practical Stuff
Part 5: Odds and Ends