Will you pay 1 million Yen (approx. US$8,800) to gift your kitty a sculptural, tree-like furniture to take shelter in your home? Yes, the amount is actually more than the annual rent of a condo for people in Tokyo, but it is bearable if one can afford it to gratify the love for felines. Have a look at Neko cat tree that has been created by a Japanese company RINN in colaboration with designer Yoh Komiyama.
RINN and Yoh designed it to be a great private space for your cat, and a great decorative accent for your interiors too. It is a made from circular poles of wood sourced from Hida region of Japan, which is considered to be very difficult to work with.
If we talk about its design and shape, the cylindrical column-like cat tree is beautifully crafted giving a bit of gap between each wooden pole to allow natural light come in, as well as letting the owner admire activities of the pet. The cat furniture with two levels also has a door that opens outward. The great thing is that it rotates on its axis to offer your feline more fun. You can also ascend and descend its height to change the curb appeal of your interior.
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The cat furniture’s base is made from marble sourced from Greece that helps in regulating the body temperature of your feline. The fabric used in its interior is sourced from Denmark, whereas the hemp rope used in its stand to add aesthetic appeal is from Japan.
In brief, this modern yet traditional sculptural cat tree furniture offers a great private room, cozy sleeping spot and a playhouse to your kitty, plus it is just awesome to add cultural appeal to your house.
Buying it for 1 million Yen will not be a bad deal for wealthy cat owners.