A Modern Take on a Barkitecture Classic

August 20, 2013


The dog house is the quintessential form of barkitecture.  The most familiar and classic style being a simple wooden frame with a gable roof, which dates back to the 1800’s.  Dog houses have come a long way since then, both functionally and architecturally, but there’s something wonderfully inspiring about a classic. Thanks to Stephanie over at the House of Harvey blog, I’m able to share this beautiful ensemble of wooden dog houses, all of which feature modern twists to the classic form.  Isn’t it amazing how creative some of the designs are?  Be sure to check out more about these dog houses and Stephanie over at House of Harvey.

Wooden Dog Houses Image | House of Harvey


House of Harvey August 20, 2013 at 8:39 AM

Thanks so much for sharing our round up today, Becky 🙂

admin August 20, 2013 at 9:25 AM

You are very welcome, Stephanie! It’s a beautiful representation of canine architecture. Thank you for allowing me to share it 🙂

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