Pamper your pooch: the most stylish pet bowls, beds and more from designers like Henry Holland and Jonathan Adler

Although our pets are our pride and joy, their bowls, balls, and beds can be very difficult to see. Jonathan Adler and Anya Hindmarch, both design leaders, have taken on the task of redesigning pet paraphernalia. You don’t have to look at this stuff every single day. Treat your pet’s accessories like an extension of your style with this rainbow-splattered bowl from Brooklyn-based, LA-made homewares brand btw Ceramics. For GBP37, you can get one from Aurora Pets. A bottle of Aesop Hand Wash is a sure sign of style, so why not give it to your pets as well? Pick up a bottle of Animal skin and fur wash, GBP29, with its fresh notes of lemon, tea tree and spearmint.Mid-rangeWhy leave your pet’s treats in their ugly packaging when Jonathan Adler has a circus-striped container for the job? Vice Woof canisters are available in orange, white, or black and have a GBP130 price tag. This artisanal homeware is what your pet deserves. For GBP85, furry friends can enjoy a personalized pet bowl. Unpersonalised options are available for GBP65. Smaller bowls are available for GBP35. Visit Anya Hindmarch in Pimlico to purchase this fashionable and practical dog poo bag charm, GBP125. Also, grab a snack from her latest pop up, Anya Houndmarch. According to the website / Handout, you can insert your own poo bags at the base of your dog. You will need a ball keeper made of chic Italian leather. This one is GBP85 from Fantastical Creatures Club. Choose from four colours: hazelnut (pitch black), fiery red (naturale) / Handout. For the dog who has it all, spend the money on a Howe dog bed. This is the best homeware for pets, at a price of GBP4,244 (excluding fabric). The Great Bear dog bed is based on a 19th-century spindle-turned chair. / Handout