Ron responded with enthusiasm and a photo of one of his own feline family members, Mona felt an instant connection and knew that she had found her maker. After discovering that Mona’s desired style was mid-modern, Ron used his art background to research some art of the early-mid 1900’s and assembled a charming rendering of Mona's Cat Bunk Bed.
He was particularly inspired by Picasso’s paintings of felines so Ron created the plans for what he dubbed the 1950’s Picasso Atomic Cat Bunk Bed. Here are Mona's Atomic Kitties, cut out and ready to be sanded by maker Ron Corl.
Complete with a memory foam mattress with cozy fleece covers, Mona’s two special boys had a bed fit for a king.
Mona's two kitties immediately took to the bed, snuggling in and making it their own. Ron ended up enjoying the bed so much he made one for his own cats!
Laura Friedman of LSF Designs carefully cut a silhouette of a cat in sterling silver.
The final cat pendant designed by LSF Designs in Metal.
Austin Moore of Earth Art Gem and Jewelry created this textured interpretation of Mona's cat pendant.