Fairytales, magic, princesses and fairies is what most little girls love and not just little girls, grown women with 4 children do too…ahem. When I was small I loved to get lost in fairytales ,but as much as I loved the stories I loved the houses and Castles too, who wouldn’t want to live in the 7 Dwarfs cottage! As we all know it was the imagination of many a gifted illustrator who created these magical abodes and surely they don’t really exist, do they? As it turns out, yes they do! Ive found the daydreamers alternative to the fairytale versions we all know and love.
Not too shabby hey? This amazing house is in Washington , it has Milk chocolate coloured tiles, marshmellow like walls, carved oval doors, its wonky and whimsical and I love it. It gets better! Take a peek inside
Inside there is leaded and stained glass windows, cedar beams, the hand plastered walls give a cave like feel and with 4 bedrooms there’s plenty of room for all 7 dwarfs and Hi Hoooo! if its good enough for Grumpy, Doc, Sleepy, Bashful, Sneezy, Dopey and of course Happy ( I didn’t even google their names, im such a disney geek!) then I could certainly see myself living there!
This Peasant House in Marie Antoinette’s Village in Marseilles was said to be the Inspiration for Belles House.
Prince Erics Castle
Chillon Castle was the Inspiration for Eric’s pad, its located on Lake Geneva in Switzerland and gets thousands of visits each year.
This beauty is in the Netherlands. So sweet, it will rot your teeth! Now who wouldn’t love a candy covered house in their life, essential living I think!
This tree House is in the Kootenays of British Columbia, Canada, affectionately known as the enchanted forest it has Castles, dungeons and many fairytale figures scattered all over the site.
I would say my favourite Fairytale house would have to be the 7 dwarfs little Cottage, all I need now is a Diamond mine and im good to go!