Dog food containers aren’t exactly synonymous with style or home design—but that doesn’t mean that your dog food containers have to stick out like ugly sore thumbs in your home. If you’re looking to make your dog food storage a little more design-friendly, check out the following 5 decorative ideas for dog food containers.
#1: Try out a stylish container set
You don’t have to stick with Tupperware or large bags for your dog food anymore! LTC offers some sleek, stylish and simple designs for all your dog food storage needs. Their most popular set contains 2 canisters–a smaller canister for treats and a large canister that can hold up to a whopping 40 pounds of food! The set also contains an aluminum food scoop. These sets are made with quality galvanized steel can come in multiple colors, including a classic black, cool blue, scream, white, and brown.
#2: Choose a cute paw print container
If you’re looking for something cute that screams “pet food!” why not try out an adorable food container from Tightpac America? Their pawprint dog food containers feature a solid color with large paw prints going around the diameter of the container. They come in black and white, clear and black/blue, and white and black. They can hold up to 3.8 liters of pet food and are vacuum sealed for maximum freshness.
#3: Hide your dog food in a cabinet
You don’t necessarily need a completely separate storage container for your dog food. Instead of trying to find a container that fits in with your home décor, hide your dog food in your existing design scheme! You can easily convert a drawer in one of your cabinets to hold dog food—just make sure to use the right tools to ensure the drawer will be airtight to avoid your dog food spoiling.
#4: Hide your dog food in a table
If you’re looking for something a little more natural and rustic looking, you should definitely try out a wooden storage food bin from BuffaloWood Shop; these bins are designed to look like wooden end tables, but they are actually hollow inside and you can lift up the top to reveal hidden storage. This is a great option if your home suits the wood aesthetic.
#5: Put it up on the wall
You’ve probably heard of water dispensers and even dog food dispensers designed to let dogs feed themselves or for portion control right into the dog bowl—but why not go a step further and create your own dog food container dispensers on your very own wall? You will need to large, sturdy dispenser containers (try looking at home improvement and home good stores) which you will need to very securely mount to your wall. Fill them with dog food and all you need to do is pick up your dog’s empty bowl, open the dispenser, and fill it with the right amount. This is a great option if you don’t have a lot of floor space in your home.