Dogs at home
Do you believe in the claim that dogs and their owners are similar in appearance? Actually this could refer to the hypothesis, that the dogs appear similar to their homes. Is there a connection between our Interior, our environment and our pet? Of course, there are several things, what we get when we have a pet with us. For example, we start to think about the hair loss of our child and adequately to make the flooring.
This sweet little dog rear looks similar tothe Brown balls of the table lamp. Excuse us, the balls are those that are similar to the dog.
A study from Bath Spa University, in the UK, compares the appearance of the master with this dog. According to the results of this study, you can say a person photo for example only when looking at which dog breed prefers the corresponding person. The accuracy of this forecast is interesting. It should be actually twice as high as expected. An indirect relationship makes it clear a physical explanation for this phenomenon. For example, it is very important what clothes carries the person, so it is believed the breed of dog.And now we take a look at the following photos of dogs, from the houses which they inhabit and the trends of Interior design in the autumn / winter 2013.
Rustic and reliable. Nothing looks better than the Retriever in a stunning outdoor area. Simply great! So, what do you mean? The dogs and their houses appear similar? We would be happy, if you express your opinion below as a comment!
French Bulldog on the classic couch
Serene, warm atmosphere in the kitchen and the obedient dog in the middle of the room
Enjoy the pleasant rays of sunshine on the veranda
Fits this dog at the bar work, or are we doing wrong us?
Amazing space in the industrial style
rustic interior design
Sit on the Chair
To find the dropped connection between the dog and the classic seat cushion?
Other stunning similarity between the wall decoration and the one who sleeps under the seat
Down the curved stairs
Pooch fits perfectly to textures and carpet color
white Labrador in traditional cuisine