Let's test your memory of the computer keyboard: what's the character that you get when your hit "shift + 6"?
There you go, it's a "caret", the little editing mark used to show that something should be inserted here. So, what does this have to do with cat beds? Have a close look at this fabric:
That geometric design looks like a caret!
I like teal, jade, turquoise, and those other blue-green and green-blue colors. The colors tend to look great with car fur, and they also look good with wood, cork and bamboo. These colors also often work well as an accent in home decor, so I was pretty excited to buy these fabrics. I got enough to make the Cat Ball® and some Cat Canoe® beds.
The Cat Canoe® made in teal caret geometric fabric
The Cat Ball® cat bed made in teal caret geometric print fabric
The jumbo Cat Canoe® in teal caret geometric fabric
I think these fabrics will look great on light color woods, dark color leathers and ivory colored textiles. What do you think?