Our Favorite Doggone Modern Dog Houses

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Landing in the dog house isn't half bad if you own one of these dwellings. Yes, dog houses have in fact come a long way. There are options out there that are doggone modern, to be exact. Check out eight of our favorites below.


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1. Michael Ong & Pen Dog House, $479.99

This sleek doghouse was designed with minimalism in mind. It's not only beyond stylish, but also super comfy, as it has a memory foam mattress inside. Your pooch will be sittin' pretty, that much is for sure.

2. Acme Furniture Rylee Pet Dog House, $223.26

Your dog will be the coolest pup on the block in this architectural abode. It has a slanted roof to prevent water accumulation and a raised floor to keep Fido dry, too.

3. Joss & Main Florine Pet Crate, $179.99

This house-shaped crate has a tropical feel with its palm-stem construction. And the fun part is you can store toys and leashes in its "attic."

4. Bad Marlon Design Studio Deauville House, $328

This minimalistic dog house even has windows for Fido to look out of! Luxurious.


5. Kohl's Sauder Indoor Dog House, $149.99

This dog house has so many adorable features that it's unreal: There is an elevated food and water shelf with stainless steel bowls, a tree rack for holding leashes, and a comfy cushion inside.

6. Modernistcat Midcentury Modern Dog House, $599

What a suave pooch in his very own midcentury cabinet/bed! This gem from Etsy will fit right into your modern home.

7. Thewoodybeckers Modern Pet House, starting at $129

This modern take on the dog house from Etsy is for dapper dogs only. It's meant for the indoors and is accented perfectly with a fur cushion inside.

8. Little Dove Pet Teepee, $39.99

Dog teepees are another great indoor option. This one is made of washable cotton canvas and is begging to be placed in a boho-chic space.


Carolin Lehmann is an Associate Editor at Hunker. She's a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism and has previously written for HuffPost, Seventeen magazine, and a variety of local news outlets. As a studio apartment dweller, she's always on the lookout for new ways to decorate a rental on a budget.