A fairy-tree bed for Emma on one side of the room, and a royal throne bed for Princess Hannah on the other. The portion of the wall mural adjacent to Hannah's bed is designed to give the illusion that Hannah's looking out from her own castle toward a neighboring one in the distance. The throne bed was inspired by the Tiana suite at Walt Disney World's Port Orleans Royal Resort.
Special touches make for an enchanted fairy tree for Emma. The loft bed is supported by four eucalyptus posts, and the twin mattress is surrounded by a bed rail made from branches. The leaves and branches were selected to tie into the wall mural, creating the impression that the bed is part of a living tree.
If this playhouse doesn't get the kids out of the house, we don't know what will. A small bridge leads to the pint-sized playhouse that features a bird-watching balcony – complete with binoculars – and a slide. The playhouse's gabled roof and intricate woodwork is sure to please the youngest of architects.
As seen on HGTV's My Yard Goes Disney, homeowners Titus and Emily Green were inspired to transform their backyard after a trip to Disney's Aulani Resort and Spa in Hawaii. The tropical-inspired space features pool fountains, a surf shop to train in, a relaxing orchid garden to stroll through, and a custom forged fire bowl to sit and tell stories by.
This whimsical tea kettle playhouse is the perfect space for kids to escape and have a magical tea party. An outdoor bistro table with chairs complete with tea set sparks creativity and imagination. Flower shaped lights and landscaping insets coordinate well with the natural landscape and flowers in this backyard setting.
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