P.L.A.Y. Pet Beds: Product Review
San Francisco is a city that makes the top of many lists for its natural beauty, amazing cuisine, and walkability.
It is also home to many companies that are focused on saving the environment through green technology. Now, add residents with style and a deep love for their pets and voila, the perfect city for a new pet bed company, P.L.A.Y. Pet Lifestyle And You.
P.L.A.Y. pet beds go beyond the wicked fleece of LL Bean. We have nothing against all things wicked good but a plaid dog bed doesn't really fit our decor.
All of P.L.A.Y.'s pet bed styles are modern and beautiful, and especially their Artist Collection designed by San Francisco's own David Collins. This line includes unique designs like the Victorian Cameo and Chandelier.
Lofty and Feel Good.
Cushion cover is 100% cotton
Fillers are made from post-consumer recycled plastic bottles
100% machine washable
Recycled packaging materials
Ready. Set. Style. The covers are sold separately. All the patterned covers can be easily zipped off for washing or if you decide to change the look of your room, you can switch covers. An idea I had not thought of before was their suggestion of using one of their beds for the back of your car. What a great idea especially for older dogs!
What it cost us: nothing. They reached out to us as a local San Francisco company and Will Chen, the owner even delivered the bed himself! Nice touch.
What it costs you: Their pet beds range from small to large in size. The cost varies depending on size, whether you get the bed and cover, or just the cover. Cleo is lying on the large Greenery bed in Pear, which retails for $180.
If we can find a dog bed that Cleo loves enough to look so sleepy in it -- see photo -- where the price is competitive for beds that are stylish, well constructed, and are filled with poof that doesn't make Cleo itch, we're definitely sold.