Partly inspired by Lester Walker’s 1987 book “Tiny Houses,” this blossoming culture of homes no bigger than 300 square feet is aimed at saving money and reducing waste. Not exactly priorities in the worlds our Disney heroes inhabit, but hey, it’s 2020 and even real-life royalty are downsizing their palaces in search of simpler lives.
The team re-watched their favorite Disney movies to get the most nuanced, accurate hints of what the Disney characters’ home style choices would be in terms of both architecture and interior design.
1. Elsa's Tiny Home (Frozen)
Princess Elsa's home is a gorgeous A-frame cabin nestled in snowy woods. In contrast, the interior is light, spacious and decorated in pastel hues of blue and purple, and comes complete with a stunning bookshelf.
2. Woody's Tiny Home (Toy Story)
Woody's home is a modern cabin at the foothills of a mountain. The interior is rustic with a touch of luxury and features a chandelier made from antlers. The perfect home for any cowboy (or cowgirl).
3. Mulan's Tiny House
Asian-inspired and beautifully zen, Mulan's gorgeous home comes with amazing views and has a fresh, modern interior.
4. Belle's Tiny Home (Beauty and the Beast)
It's a humble abode with a rustic exterior, however the interior of Belle's tiny home is fit for a princess with floor-to-ceiling windows, elegant fittings and plenty of books as well as a decent-sized kitchen.
5. Merida (Brave)
Just like Elsa, Merida has a rustic A-frame cabin for her tiny home, however that's where the similarities end. The interior is minimalist and heavy on wood, perfect for the no-muss, no-fuss, fearless archer.
6. Jack Skellington (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
Jack's tiny log cabin house is suitably spooky both inside and out, replete with carved pumpkin lantern!
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