Take a Look Around Their Disney-Themed Tiny House
One of the benefits of going tiny is the ability to design and personalize the home and space. At least this was a benefit for Mark and Mona. Mark and Mona are Disney superfans.
After their kids moved and they were empty nesting, they decided to downgrade to a tiny house. And, not just any tiny house, but a Disney tiny house.
The inside of the Disney-themed tiny house is inspired by Disneyland. Before entering there is a plaque with the same quote as the one at the Disneyland entrance. It reads, “Here You Leave Today And Enter The World Of Yesterday, Tomorrow, And Fantasy.”
Then, just like Disneyland has a main street with themed areas branching off it, Mark and Mona designed their Disney tiny house with the living room and kitchen area as the “Mickey Mouse Main street,” and with themed rooms branching off it.
The kitchen has quartz countertops, a big sink, a dishwasher, handmade Disney-themed curtains, a Mickey Mouse coffee pot, and a Mickey Mouse toaster that stamps the Mickey image onto bread.
There’s also a custom-made couch where Mark and Mona usually eat dinner. Under the living room TV is a fireplace used for heating. Above it is a centerpiece painting of Walt Disney with Mickey.
Branching off from “Main Street” is “Dopey’s Mine,” a bedroom themed after the Dopey character from Snow White. It has Dopey-themed bedding, blankets, curtains, and knick-knacks. It also has a deep closet, with hot water hooks hidden underneath.
The bathroom is Winnie the Pooh-themed, with Pooh’s image on the bathmats, curtains, pictures, and even the toilet cover. The black and white hexagonal tiles on the wall hide 11 images of Mickey Mouse. Rare for a tiny house, the bathroom also has a huge Jacuzzi bathtub.
In the loft, there is another bedroom, Minnie’s hideaway, with a futon, a fan, and some shelving. Also in the loft is the “Adventurer’s Loft” area, with a PlayStation, an Xbox, and some Nerf guns. Its theme includes Star Wars and Pirates of the Caribbean.
Outside the house, Mark and Mona have an awning. They also have custom-built, solid steel Mickey Mouse icons embedded into the house frame itself. At nighttime, an LED lights these icons and sets the mood for the home. The door and stairs are painted red.
Disney tiny house
Mark and Mona’s home may be non-traditional, but they love it. Mark says he can’t help but feel happy when he gets home from work. Disney represents the ideals, memories, and concepts that he loves.
How would you design your tiny house? Let us know in the comments.
For more tiny house tours, take a look around this gorgeous tiny house with a garden in Spain or how living in a tiny house gives her peace and financial freedom.
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