The Cutest Fairy Garden Decor, Furniture and Accessories You Can Buy Online
Try the whimsical trend in your yard with these pint-sized furnishings.
With more time spent at home than ever before, fairy gardens have become super popular with kids and adults alike as it gives your outdoor space a touch of whimsy. While you can buy tiny fairy shovels, a fairy garden isn’t literally a garden. It’s more like an outdoor version of those cute ceramic villages people put out at Christmas. These homes and little furniture vignettes are all about welcoming friendly fairies to your yard. And the best part of this trend is that you don’t need a lot of space. You can easily turn a flower planter or a tree trunk base into a whole fairy village with windows, doors and even bistro lights. We’ve rounded up our favorite fairy garden accessories, from weather-proof furniture to tiny decor under $5. Shop our favorites below and create a magical fairy garden for spring.
Tiny Doors for Fairy Gardens
You don’t have to invest in a full fairy house, just a door will do! Fairy doors are a super easy and subtle way to fold magic into your yard. You can prop a door up against a tree trunk, stump or even place it along the outdoor siding. I love this bright blue door from Amazon because it comes with a matching window. If you have crafty kiddos and you’re looking for some new at-home activities, this paintable wooden fairy door set has several different designs to customize.
Furniture for Fairy Gardens
Tiny outdoor furniture is another adorable way to create a fairy garden. I love this bistro table set from Michaels. These handmade Adirondack chairs on Etsy would be perfect for a coastal-themed fairy garden with a lighthouse. You can even order the fairy fire pit to go with it.
Hardscaping for Fairy Gardens
For a serious fairy garden, you need hardscaping. Tiny bubbling rivers or retaining walls really set the scene. I’m obsessed with this miniature metal bridge, and this handmade pathway from Etsy is even dotted with tiny wildflowers.
Tiny Plants for Fairy Gardens
If you’re going to all that trouble for hardscaping, you might as well add some fairy curb appeal with plants and flowers. I think a pathway lined with these tiny little pearl succulents would look super cute. And how adorable is this miniature ceramic pitcher full of bluebells?
Tiny Yard Decor for Fairy Gardens
Sky's the limit with a fairy garden. You can go all out with mini decor and accessories — as long as you don’t have a pet that might try to chew or swallow them.
If you’re ready to go big with a total fairy neighborhood, these solar-powered buildings are the perfect buy. They’re cute by day, but they also light up at night making them great for long summer nights at home.
Fairy Garden Planters
If you don’t have a yard, don’t fret. You can still welcome fairies to your porch or even indoors with a fairy-themed planter. These pots already have little fairy coves and homes built right in so it’s great for apartments or rentals. And if your kids are really into the fairy garden trend, just stick faux plants in one of these and it’s fine for play inside.