A Little Disney Magic Makes Three Wondrous Kids' Rooms
HGTV's design experts team up with Disney's imagineers to transform three children's bedrooms using decorating themes based on the animated Disney classics Cinderalla, Cars and Finding Nemo .
Hinson kids Ashton, Hannah and Cohen try out the "turtle bed" in Ashton's new bedroom — with decorating themes based on the Disney animated feature Finding Nemo.
Hannah and Emma's room gets the Disney treatment with inpspiration from the animated classic Cinderella, and a nod to Disney's iconic and fanciful fairy, Tinker Bell.
Hanging Out With Nemo and Friends
The wall mural in Ashton's room was inspired, not only by Finding Nemo characters like Dory and Marlin, but by the designs on the building exterior at Disney's Art of Animation Resort at Florida's Walt Disney World.
Host Brandon Johnson hangs Christmas tree ornaments to emulate bubbles, creating part of the underwater illusion in Ashton's Nemo room.
Ashton's Room, Before
The plain gray walls in this bedroom are about to be transformed with a striking mural featuring some of Ashton's favorite Disney characters. It's just one of the inspired elements that's about to work magic on this ordinary child's room.
After: A Subaquatic Refuge
Among the highlights in the new room are a unique bed based on the sea-turtle character Crush, a vibrant Nemo-themed mural and a custom fold-down "surfboard" desk/bed combo.
Ashton's turtle bed was based on the Turtle Talk With Crush attraction at Epcot's Living Seas Pavillion.
Hannah and Emma's Room, Before
The two sisters share a princess themed bedroom. The walls adorned with prints of Tinkerbell and Cinderella hint at the girls' love of Disney characters, but that's just a glimmer of what's to come with the full-fledged fantasy makeover in store for this room.
After: A Room Fit for a Princess...or Two
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.
Visions of Sprites and Pixies
Kelsie Hinson looks on as feisty fairy Emma takes in the view from her woodland perch in her very own fairy tree.
Room for Creativity
Kelsie enjoys a moment with daughters Hannah and Emma as the try out their new drawing table tucked underneath Emma's loft bed.
A Fairy Tale With a Happy Ending
Kelsie Hinson gets a group hug from Hannah and Emma after the girls have just seen their new room.
Cohen and Brendyn's Room, Before
Cohen and Brendyn share a room with a traditional bunk bed. At the end of the day, it takes a while to get the brothers to settle down for bed. The room transformation will include a new bed with more space for snuggling and story time — and a few more surprises.
A Revved-Up Red Bedroom
The new boys' bedroom is based on the interior of the transportation truck, Mack, from the Disney feature Cars 2. The walls of the bedroom are decorated with a variety of automotive-themed memorabilia.
Cohen and Brendyn's Room, After
With an assist from dad, racecar enthusiasts Cohen and Brendyn play with their new scale-model race track. The track is mounted on a diamond-plate trundle that rolls under the bed and disappears when not in use.
A Very Disney Family
Kelsie and Jeremy Hinson with children Ashton, Hannah, Cohen, Emma and Brendyn.