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SHOP SOCIAL

Home is where the hound is at this San Diego store.

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SHOP SOCIAL

Located in the creative enclave of North Park, San Diego, Home+Hound is the brainchild of Brittney Garbani, a Texan-turned-Californian on a mission to set up an entirely offline shop that would combine her passions: design and dogs. “We are social and physical creatures,” Garbani says. “I pride myself on curating a space that blurs the lines between residential and retail. Connecting with customers and offering them personable service is something that cannot be replicated online. Being in a space that activates all of your senses is more enriching and fun, I think.”

Garbani uses her background in fashion, graphic and interior design to source beautiful items, for both humans and hounds, with a special attention to quality, lifespan and aesthetic. With every piece, she aims to support women-owned, locally made and handmade items as often as possible. Not only is Home+Hound bringing dog-lovers, owners and the curious public together, it’s fast becoming a fixture for the local pups. Garbani learns their names, shares their photographs on Instagram, and distributes treats. “It’s the highlight of my day. I’ve been told many times by non-dog owners that the shop inspires them to consider having a dog in their lives.”


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PACK OF DOGS BY MICHAEL GILLETTE

Have you ever imagined Amy Winehouse or Nick Cave as a Chihuahua, Neil Young as a Vizsla, or PJ Harvey as an Afghan hound? That’s exactly what San Francisco-based artist Michael Gillette has done through his unique illustration project, blending beloved, iconic music legends, both past and present, with their dog counterparts. Pack of Dogs, our first foray into book publishing, is a joyful title designed for music, pop culture and dog lovers alike. 

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Whoever coined the infamous idiom ‘in the doghouse’ clearly never came across Italian industrial designer Filippo Pisan’s handsome design.

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