After a year of disarray, people all over the world have made 2021 about piecing things back together. Whether it’s their home, friends or even their wardrobe, people are slowly sewing their lives back into place, one patch at a time. To tell this story, LAY LO created the ReMade Collection in partnership with textile design studio W.A.L.D to piece together 21 limited edition cover designs using hundreds of pieces of scrap material sourced from their past collections. We sat down with Warren and his adorable Cockapoo Twiggy to tour his home studio and get a glimpse behind the collab.
Whether you have a puppy or an older dog, deciding on ground rules for couch time is a huge part of training your dog. Luckily, this is a reasonably easy training process that can take about 2 to 4 days, depending on how serious you are.
Welcome to Emily Simm's home tour. Emily is a designer and photographer based in Brooklyn, originally from Baltimore. She specializes in art direction, visual identity, still life photography, and set design. Once you see her home space, you'll see how her work permeates into her design style.
While crate training is undoubtedly controversial, it’s up to pet owners to choose the training methods that best align with their beliefs. If you’re still unsure about this training method, we reached out to Ayumi from Paw by Paw Dog Training & Behavior to share her thoughts on crate training and some of her recommendations.
Teaching your dog how to acclimate to a new bed is an easy training journey that takes about two to four weeks to master. To help you get started, we asked Ayumi from Paw by Paw Dog Training & Behavior--and a LAY LO dog owner, a few tips on how to get your dog acclimated to their new bed.
Getting your puppy a fabulous dog bed is perfect for giving them a space to call their own (and keep them off the couch too). A dog bed will keep them comfortable, warm and will protect their bone structure as they grow.
But, if only picking a dog bed was that easy. From millions of options to choose from, how do you know which one is the best? Hint: A LAY LO dog bed (wink-wink).
Annick Mayer is an Executive Producer at Butter Music & Sound in Venice, CA. Her husband, Nate Ripp, is an Art Director at 72AndSunny. With both of them now working from their mid-century modern home, we catch a rare glimpse of what life looks like for these LA creatives and their two sweet and quirky furry friends.