Fairy house ideas – The interior designer who is serious about fairy tales weaves a space to receive the popular Fey and awaken the imagination. An old shed at the back of the garden becomes crazy for a princess. Sparkle and holiday spark transform nature into a celebration. No house is complete without a small door or two that are large enough for fairies and small enough to tempt anyone who believes in them. Fairy tale decoration is all about turning the everyday into magic.
A gingerbread house in the woods is a summer house for a princess or a playhouse for fairies of the young flower with chiffon wings. A small shed, henhouse off-duty or in a simple structure, with some windows and a door borrows magical enchantment with layers of white paint on floors, walls, the roof and the seat. A flea market spider with garlands of paper flowers looks pretty heavy on a second-hand loveseat re-covered in ruffled, discolored cretonne.
Mismatched dishes and cups of white porcelain tea and painted flowers, old lace tablecloths transformed into window curtains, and a mantelpiece rescued crackling-glazed and whitewashed turn a small shelter in a castle chamber. Suspend a white net or gauze roof awning in a corner, cover your word-long fabric around a huge mattress, squashy with a pale cotton cover and stack a collection of storybooks inside a reading corner.