Monday, August 3, 2015

Personalized Pet Food Area Part 2!

     You guys probably remember Hudson's dog food area over at the apartment, right? If not, here's a quick pic.

      Not too much has changed, other than we have more space now, YAY! This post was my second most viewed post of all time and people constantly email me about it. It makes me really happy. I love creating spaces my family and I can feel comfortable in and I love it even more when you guys think those spaces are awesome, too.

     When I created this space at the apartment, I had big plans for it, but like I said-teenie tiny space. So I waited patiently and when we finally got back into homeownership I knew I would finally have a chance to go crazy with Hudson's little "hole in the wall". It's really funny at how much of a crazy dog lady I have become. Don't get me wrong, I'm super proud of that fact. I love my dog so much when people ask me if I have kids I have to stop myself from blurting out, "Yes I have an almost 4 year old son!" #truestory

     I loved recreating this space and I think I might even love it more than the little space at the apartment. Just in case you didn't have a chance to read the last post I will post my sources at the bottom. Its nice to have all of his treats and things in one spot and not cluttered up on the counter. Here is Hudson's new hole in the wall, I hope you love it as much as I do!

     What do you guys think? Pretty adorable, right? I think Hudson is pretty pleased. Poor Justin. He keeps asking me when our bedroom is going to hit the blog. Let's just say he's tired of having a room that looks like Barney threw up in! It is kind of sad, Hudson has this cute little space and we are still sleeping in the purple monster. Hmmm. What's wrong with that picture? :p 

Source List:

Ikea Trash Can for dog food-$25. (Already had)
Target rug-$4.28 (Thank you clearance end cap!)
Canvas prints of Hudson-$20 a piece from
Pet Food Crate-$20 for wood & husbands time
Shelving-DIY old scrap wood with hardware from Lowes
Shelving Accessories-Homegoods
Adorable Dog-not available for purchase

     What are you guys up to this week? Any fun projects for your furry friends? If you decide to recreate this space, don't forget to email me so I can see! I love to get your emails! And Don't forget to follow along with Hudson and Co. on facebook and instagram!



  1. OMG THIS IS ADORABLE!!! If I ever have a house, or live in an apartment long enough to actually try to make look cute, I will do this. We got a puppy in April, and we are sooo obsessed. He literally gets more packages in the mail than I do anymore because we buy him so much stuff. But we keep it all in our pantry, which is like over flowing, so when I go to grab something a tennis ball usually falls out too haha.

    x. Morgan / MorningApple

    1. Thank you so much, Morgan! I actually did this in our teenie apartment, too. Just without the shelving. No room! Ha! It's crazy how much life changes when you bring your first puppy home!


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