Shinola Hotel in the iconic Downtown Detroit announces the launch of a pet line. In collaboration with Carolina Pet Company, the boutique hotel will be offering luxe Shinola brand dog beds in-room for four-legged guests. To celebrate the launch, guests will have access to shop the pet line in-room during their stay, with accessories including collars, leashes, and more available for purchase. Additional pet apparel, including coats and sweaters, will be launching later this month. All products will also be available at the nearby Woodward Avenue Shinola store.
Shinola’s new Pet Collection includes Shinola Pet Nylon Leash ($70 – $75) that features the signature Shinola Brand Stripe and a leather patch with the brand’s symbol, the bolt. Shinola Pet Nylon Collar ($60 – $65) comes in the signature Shinola Brand Stripe and features the metal dog tag that can be engraved at checkout. Shinola Pet Berber Coat ($75 – $95) is a stylish and premium reversible coat crafted with thick shearling Berber and a 100% cotton navy liner. Shinola Pet Black Logo Sweater ($55 – $90) features a ribbed neck and base with front leg holes and a reinforced slit at mid-neck that allows for easy access to a collar or harness. Shinola Pet Brand Stripe Logo Sweater ($55 – $90) is decorated with the Shinola logo on the back and the signature bolt on the front.
Designed with elevated edges, Shinola Pet Kuddler Bed ($230 – $360) comes with ultra-soft shearling Berber cover that can be machine washed. Crafted from 60% acrylic and 40% poly, this bed is overstuffed with a recycled high-loft MemoryFiber polyester fill. Shinola Pet Napper Pillow Bed ($125 – $200) is perfect for stretching out and sinking in. Just like the Kuddler Bed, it is made from 60% acrylic and 40% poly and is overstuffed with a recycled high-loft MemoryFiber polyester fill, however this bed features a liner that keeps the fiber from shifting or spreading. Shinola Pet Comfort Cushion ($95 – $115) features ultra-soft shearling Berber topside with a rugged 100% cotton underside.
Housed in the historic bones of the T.B. Rayl Co. department store and Singer Sewing Machine Company building, the Shinola Hotel pays homage to Detroit’s industrious aesthetic and draws inspiration from the leather goods and timepieces best known by the Shinola brand. There are 129 rooms, numerous event spaces, and five food and beverage concepts from award-winning chef, Andrew Carmellini, including upscale Italian restaurant, San Morello; beer hall, The Brakeman; and fried chicken spot, Penny Red’s.
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