The family turned their home into a Disney fairy tale, where magic awaits you behind every door (20 photos+video)
Florida has Disneyland, but the Hermansons have such a cool Disney-themed home that the original amusement park might not impress them. Kelsey Hermansons, wife and mother of two, buys some of the decor, but usually creates designs with her own hands.
If you are reading this post, then you are on a tour of the Disney home, so let's get started. Oh yes, dry your feet
Now we open the door and enter a fairy tale
But first, let's get acquainted. This is the Hermanson family who are so passionate about Disney that they turned every room in their house into a Disney cartoon.
“I find a lot of things for my rooms in thrift stores,” said Kelsey Hermansons. “I also buy some stuff from the Disney Store, but I mostly do it myself. Sometimes I buy things from other craftsmen on ETSY if I can't do something with my own hands. "
This video, which is a presentation of the Hermansons family home, has 13.3 million views on TikTok! And we seem to understand why
As soon as the door opens, we find ourselves in a fairy tale, and, as if, we return to the days of carefree childhood.
This is, for example, Cinderella's bedroom, which Kelsey likes the most.
“This is the last room I have decorated and it is one of the most magical rooms in our house. I found antique furniture and painted it to look like a cartoon. "
Just look at the details, there are so many and so much work involved!
She also added bubbles to the wall, making the room absolutely fabulous.
Kelsey's husband, Eric, also helps her when he can. “Eric helps me a lot and does things that I cannot do, for example, remodeling the bathroom in the style of the Little Mermaid and much more,” the woman said.
One of the bathrooms is made in the style of "The Little Mermaid"
And the other is about Aladdin
Even the faucet is here in the shape of a magic lamp!
Entrance hall is made in Rapunzel style
“My favorite thing I've done is a floor lamp with Rapunzel flashlights. I found an inexpensive floor lamp and hand-painted the lanterns myself in ink on the fabric. "
The dining room is decorated in the theme of "Beauty and the Beast"
And the cuisine, according to tradition, in the style of "Ratatouille"
“I love to inspire others with my designs and I am honored to have the opportunity to showcase our home.”
"And I'm also very happy that I can give my subscribers a little magic every day."
Decorated Christmas trees as a home attribute of Christmas appear in the first half of the 17th century in Germany and the Baltic states. The first decorations were quite simple and followed Christian symbolism: the star of Bethlehem served as the pommel, apples were hung on the branches as a symbol of fruits from the tree of the knowledge of Good and Evil, candles were strengthened and lit as symbols of angelic purity. As the tradition developed as intended for children, decorations became more complicated, artificial decorations, sweets and nuts were hung on the tree.
According to one legend, the first glass Christmas tree decorations appeared in Saxony in the 16th century, that is, even earlier than the first documented installation of a Christmas tree. Another legend connects their appearance with the poor apple harvest in Germany in 1848. Then glass blowers in the town of Lauscha in Thuringia made glass "apples" instead of glass and sold them successfully, which marked the beginning of the regular production of decorations for the holiday. Then they began to blow them in Saxony.
It is difficult to judge how legendary this information is and how much it is connected with the rivalry of glass blowers from different regions. The fact remains that since the middle of the 19th century the glass-blowing production in Lauscha has remained one of the oldest glass Christmas tree decorations production facilities. In 1867, a large gas factory was opened there, whose artisans, using easily controlled gas burners with high-temperature flames, were already blowing out large thin-walled balls.
The tradition of decorating Christmas trees came to Britain with German immigrants in the early 19th century, and, as before in continental Europe, quickly spread to the islands. In the United States, the tradition of decorated Christmas trees was also introduced by German immigrants, and came into wide use in 1850. That year, the popular women's illustrated almanac, Godey’s Lady’s Book, printed The Royal Family at the Christmas Tree.
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When people buy a house or apartment, they do their best to equip them according to their taste. But everyone's taste is different and what seems beautiful to some will cause bewilderment to others. In this article, we've rounded up some of the worst house designs people could ever make.
1. In case you suddenly decide that you will sleep well tonight
2. Don't tell me what to do
3. Sink for suicides
4. Do you see it too?
5. Almost missed
6. When an unnecessary door remains and a designer wakes up in you
7. This will be the last cooked breakfast
8. At school, for a decoupage lesson, the designer of this house had an A.
9. When everything is clear without words
11. It could be a great cat toy
12. Why not make some kind of incomprehensible building next to the Rapunzel tower?
13. Looking at this table, the little toe on the leg begins to hurt itself
14. Everyone has their own approach to decorating the floor.
15. It's terribly original and endlessly ridiculous.
16. Who even needs to see themselves in the mirror
17. How will people know that you are rich if there is no Lamborghini on your window
18. How can a man sleep while THIS is on the wall?
19. What's wrong with this bed?
20. Don't even ask what it looks like
Now hygiene in the apartment needs to be monitored more carefully than ever. Especially if the family has children, allergies and people of age, and pets still live at home. But you can once again stretch your legs and not grow to the sofa!
This is what Bemorepanda suggest you!
1. Use natural remedies
Cleaning products must be chosen meticulously, even if you do not have allergies or hypersensitive skin. Chemicals in detergents can be harmful to the health of all. Try not to use products that contain these compounds:
- Polyphosphates They can disrupt the barrier functions of the skin, cause allergies and damage to the respiratory tract. They pollute the environment, falling into nature with sewage water.
- Chlorine. Very volatile and toxic, accumulates in the tissues of the body and can cause various health problems.
- Ammonia. May cause mucosal burns and respiratory problems. Often found in window cleaning products.
- Artificial Flavors. May irritate the airways and cause headaches, especially for allergy sufferers. It is better to buy fragrance-free detergents.
In order not to bring home dangerous cleaners, try to take organic products or household chemicals marked "for children." In addition, do not forget about traditional remedies: for example, vinegar removes spots well, soda copes with scale, essential oils aromatize the air. Use good microfiber brushes and rags that wash everything with little or no household cleaning.
2. Vacuum furniture
Dust is not only what you see on the surface of shelves and tables. Dust particles eat into furniture upholstery and textiles and stand in an invisible cloud every time you sit on a sofa. This can cause respiratory irritation, coughing, asthma, or allergies. To breathe clean air, regularly vacuum upholstered chairs, sofas, and upholstered chairs. Remember to clean the mattress every few months. In the period when all the homework all day in the apartment, it is better to vacuum upholstered furniture once a week. Especially if you have furry pets who love to wallow with you on the couch.
3.Change bedding often
Bed linen should be washed at least once every 10 days. If you sweat in a dream, then more often, about once a week, since a moist environment promotes the growth of bacteria. Now there will be even more unpleasant, but truthful information. At night, our body goes through cell renewal processes. This means that the old epithelium is actively dying off, giving way to new skin integuments. The skin particles have nowhere to go except to stay on sheets and blankets.
4. Wash the bathroom thoroughly.
Bathroom is a place with high humidity. In such an environment, fungus and mold quickly multiply, which can be dangerous for allergy sufferers and people with weak immunity. Pay particular attention to the seams at the joints between the tiles: mold often accumulates in them.
5. Clean your refrigerator and kitchen shelves regularly.
Even if you are attentive to the issue of food storage, from time to time it happens to forget a rotten apple in a fruit box or not to notice how open cottage cheese has deteriorated. Bacteria, mold, fungi are frequent inhabitants of any places where food is stored. They can cause food poisoning, an upset stomach, or an allergic reaction.
6. Ventilate the apartment
When all family members spend most of their time at home, it is especially important to often air the rooms. The fact is that if many people breathe in a confined space, CO2 levels increase in the air.
7. Wet more often.
A powerful vacuum cleaner will help get rid of dust, but the final chord of cleanliness always remains with wet cleaning - washing floors and other surfaces. This procedure removes dust and balances dry air. After washing the floors in the apartment it will be easier to breathe. In addition, this is the only way to get rid of all the dirt and germs under your feet.
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