Many of you in childhood reading fairy tales has imagined how cool would be to live in a fairy tales house or palace. Watching the cartoons you see how fantastic and beautiful are fairy tales houses designs. But fairy tales houses may be found not only in fairy tales, but also in real life. Inspired by fairy tales people build interesting houses for themselves and reproducing some of their favorite fairy tales or cartoons like The Simpsons or Alice in Wonderland. While living in a house like that, you can forgot about some of casual problems and feel like a fairytale character.
This is a home build for the Moominvalley Akebono Kodomo park in Japan. This place has solar panels, grass roof tops, and three stories of living space.
Simon Dale, of Whales, and his family built a real life hobbit home, like out of the “Lord of the Rings” series.
Here is a random cottage in Canada. Nothing says “at one with nature” like a roof layer of vines.
Apparently, the elves from Tolkien’s Middle Earth vacated to British Columbia.
Here’s a seashell house that brings the Little Mermaid to Mexico.
This is the Maison de Sorcière Avec Ciel d’orage in France.
This Abandoned Wooden House in Russia is a marvel of carpentry.
Our very own Minnesota has a home called the “Rustic Way Whimsical House.” It’s easy to see why the name fits.
Here’s a forest house in the Netherlands that might as well be straight out of a Disney movie.
Those Icelanders know how to insulate for the winter!
The Tetsu Teahouse, in Yamanashi, Japan is an elevated, cherry blossom paradise.
Chillin in Thailand with a Dome Home.
The actual “Hobbit House” from the Lord of the Rings movies, in New Zealand.