Gone are the days of the family pet sleeping outside in the dog house or on a pillow at the owner's bedside. One very lucky pooch has a room of her own fit for a human, or rather, a queen.
Tom Wadsworth, a 36-year-old probation worker from Plymouth, England, converted the cupboard under the stairs in his home to a luxe lounge for his 15-month-old beagle Jessie, Metro.co.uk reports. Jessie sleeps in a four-poster bed with floral curtains, the floor is carpeted, and the walls are adorned with pink flock wallpaper, Victorian-style lanterns, and even framed, museum-worthy portraits of Jessie and other dogs all dolled up.
"[Jessie] was sleeping in a pen in the living room which was taking up quite a bit of space," Tom told Metro.co.uk about the project, which he said cost around £100. "We decided that she was old enough now to move into her own space and we had a lot of rubbish in there and I just thought why not clear it out and make it her space."
The exterior of the room is equally charming, looking like a cottage you would find right in the middle of the English countryside with ivy crawling down the side and a bone-shaped sign designating that this is Jessie's house. And yes, there is a doggy door so Jessie can easily come and go as she pleases.
But really, is there anywhere else she'd rather be?
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