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Not So Shabby Pets, an upscale online pet boutique introduces the "Jewel Pet Bed"
Melissa Pearcy, owner and creator of Not So Shabby Pets has created a pet bed that is like no other. Where shabby meets chic, and fashion meets feline, The Jewel Pet Bed is the ultimate in chic pet furnishings.
" We think the hand painted, slightly distressed, pieces are divine. Now we'll just have to hire Pearcy to make the rest up our homes look this good." Angie McKaig, CEO, PamperedPuppy.com.
"The charming wood pieces feature whimsical flower motifs, adding an element of high class to standard pet products (no wonder Britney Spears loves them!)." PEOPLE Pets
"There is nothing that compares to this bed in the marketplace."
Not So Shabby Pets, takes a stand for your pets comfort and luxury sparing no expense when creating a pet bed that is like no other. Each Jewel Pet Bed is individually handcrafted in the U.S.A. from solid wood, hand painted and slightly distressed. There are 3 different handmade vintage inspired applique choices to choose from, and three color options. The bed is offered in small and large sizes, and customization is available. You will not find a more luxurious shabby style pet bed than Not So Shabby Pets' to compliment the finest home! In addition to the Jewel Pet bed, Not So Shabby Pets offer matching raised pet feeders, kitty litterbox cabinets, pet wardrobe armoires, pet houses, and accessories all in chic cottage styling.
About Not So Shabby Pets:
Not So Shabby Pets was created by model turned designer Melissa Pearcy. Her love of animals and involvement with pet rescue groups is what inspired her to create this company, designing most of the products herself. Being a designer with 9 years experience specializing in Shabby Chic/ Vintage style furnishings allowed for Pearcy to come up with what she feels is a beautiful design for pets and owners alike. Not only are Not So Shabby Pets products in the homes of many celebrities, but Pearcy has personally donated numerous beds, and feeders to pet rescue groups, and continues in her efforts to help neglected, and homeless animals by donating a portion of proceeds to The Humane Society of the United States. "I love what I do and take great pride in all of my work. All of my products are hand crafted in the U.S.A. from solid wood, and hand painted with the utmost attention to detail. I do not offer anything that I do not have inside (and outside) my own home." For more information about Not So Shabby Pets and their products, please visit http://www.notsoshabbypets.com