If you have ever spent an afternoon building your own fairy garden and imagined you were a fairy living in a cute little house, then you will probably fall in love with this adorable fairy tale dream come true. This home looks like it truly stepped right out of your favorite fairy tale.
While tiny houses are the focus here, we sometimes have to share a tiny house that is unique in more than just it’s size. For this home, the features are all about the almost cartoon like look and decor. For a full tiny house experience that features that imaginary fairy feeling, look no further than this home!
The outside of this little cottage in the woods is reminiscent of illustrations from many of my favorite childhood story books. Stone and wood combine in a mix of mismatched exterior that looks rustic, thrown together, and lovingly built.
Once you step inside the cottage, the fairy tale doesn’t end. Walls are painted a delicate blue that is what I imagine would be the perfect robins egg blue. Blonde wooden accents are all along the walls, in the bunk beds, and even the ceiling.
The feature your eye is immediately drawn to is the fireplace. This is no ordinary fireplace. It is, actually, a faux fireplace built to look just like an actual tree in the forest. Tucked into the bottom is a small fake electric fireplace, but surrounding and up the side wall of the home is this incredible tree!
Along the tree you see cute little additions including a miniature door as if real fairies lived right inside. They have even included a cute little coo coo clock to the side of the tree that is vintage and perfect for bringing that fairy life together in this cottage.
In this small space, the owner has built in multiple sleeping bunks that make it ideal for a family. These hand built additions really add to the charm of the space.
I love the hanging chandelier in the middle of the room. It reminds me of what you would have seen in a cottage from Beauty and the Beast! So cute and perfect for adding a warm glow to the space.
While a fairy tale cottage might not traditionally have a refrigerator, this one has a retro style one handy for your needs. Just because you want the classic look doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your creature comforts.
I really do find this cottage to be the perfect choice for a retreat. It reminds me of the play houses I always wanted as a child. Instead, this is a grown up play house that has everything you could possibly need but in a spectacular style!
Of course, no tiny home would be complete without a few fairy lights to shine after dark. This one includes multiple outdoor lights and strings of twinkle lights along the roofline. Such a beautiful glow after dark!
If you want to learn more about this stunning fairy tale cottage, you can see the listing where the owner shared about this in the Facebook group, Tiny House Concepts. Use this house as inspiration to create your own fairy tale cottage tiny home of your dreams.
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