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NICE DIGS, NICE DOGS

Melbourne-based label Nice Digs’ new collection is all about soft hues and playful prints.

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NICE DIGS, NICE DOGS

Nice Digs dog beds are not designed to be hidden away in the corner of the room. Their vibrant, bold and abstract designs command attention and the fabric is digitally printed to ensure the colours will remain nice and bright for years. The Melbourne-based label proudly designs, sources and makes the beds in its home city, but the brand also offers colourful leads and collars made from quality European leather. Social media savants will love Nice Digs’ Totestagram tote bags and Bedstagram beds, which feature a custom collage pattern of your favourite pooch pics.

Brand founder Georgia Havekotte is excited for the new Nice Digs collection, launching online tomorrow. “This season we’re focusing on soft hues and playful prints to work back into cool, contemporary interiors,” she said. “We’re also releasing our new Spike collar and leash range which our customers have already had a very strong response to.”


All images courtesy of Nice Digs.
nicedigs.com.au

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