Mono’s Pet-Friendly, Modular Furniture

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A modular collection designed for homes with pets.

According to recent studies, around 68% of US households have a pet. This percentage is similar in Chile, going down to 64%, leading Santiago-based brand Mono to develop an ingenious collection of furniture and home accessories. Perfect for any home where humans share their living spaces with pets, the Mono range blends function with contemporary design. Whether they’re furniture or accessories, the brand’s products aim to improve the quality of life of both people and their pets. On a deeper level, the designs also aim to remind us that we are all animals, sharing the same spaces.

Practical and versatile, the collection has a modular design, allowing the user to mix-and-match pieces as needed. For example, the line includes a shelf unit that doubles as a scratching post. A different module comes with integrated food bowls on one side and a storage space for books or magazines on the other. Another module features a display and storage area as well as a sheltered space for cats or small dogs. A comfortable bed with a plush but easily removable cushion completes the range.

These modules work well on their own or with any unit from the Mono modular collection, offering many customization options. It’s line of thoughtful designs that promotes a closer interaction between animals and humans, day after day. Mono builds every product locally, using simple and durable materials like plywood, white powder-coated steel, and glass. Photographs© Mono.

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