Disney fans take note, you’ll love this movie-themed home makeover, as each room in this spectacular house is inspired by a different film in the cartoon world.
Self-confessed ‘Disney decorator’ Kelsey Michelle (aka @kelseymichelle85 on Instagram) has taken the Disney theme to a new level – and we love it!
From a welcoming Disney doorstep that hints at what’s to come inside, to the master bedroom decked out like Cinderella’s, Kelsey has transformed her whole house into a fairytale paradise.
And, while a more subtle Mickey Mouse-themed kitchen features on-brand rugs and tea towels, a Little Mermaid bathroom takes the under the sea theme up a notch.
Taking inspiration from Tangled, Kelsey’s living room is Rapunzel-themed with flag banner. The Instagrammer has also put up a still from the film on the wall and added a purple velvet sofa to complete the look.
There’s also a Beauty and the Beast dining room – compete with vintage-style dining set and replica stained-glass windows and Alice in Wonderland style powder room.
Upstairs, the Cinderella-themed master bedroom features pastel bedding, pearl-lined curtains and a blue and gold bed and matching bedside tables made out to look like a royal bedroom.
It’s the perfect room for a princess!
Completing the dreamy look, Kelsey has added clear ornaments to create bubbles on the wall, reminiscent of the scene where Cinderella sings while cleaning.
And the crafty mum’s Aladdin-themed master bathroom – which features genie lamp and mini replica of the cave entrance, naturally – becomes « even more magical at night » with its fairy lights and lanterns.
Kelsey’s daughters have their own Ariel bathroom too, which is decked out with all things The Little Mermaid, including a Flounder shower curtain and pearl accessories, while a Lady and the Tramp nursery includes sweet details such as artwork from the film and dog soft toys.
And that’s not all – there’s also a Lion King-themed guest bedroom, a Lilo and Stitch living room, Peter Pan nook and Snow White and the Seven Dwarves-themed hallway, with its own « mirror mirror on the wall ». Plus Kelsey has even found a space for Te Fiti’s heart from Moana.
This is the stuff dreams are made of!
Aneira Davies is a freelance lifestyle journalist with a particular interest in interiors and craft. She has written for the Evening Standard, Prima, House Beautiful and Good Housekeeping.