Whimsical Cottage House Plan
Every girl's dream is to be a princess, no doubt. Even when they're all grown-up with red lipstick on and a Prada suit, there is no denying that the fairytale dream is still within the desires of their hearts. Such instances can be noticed when most women are naturally picky with the kind of men they date as well as their obsession with the color 'PINK'. If you happen to be a husband or fiancee of a girl who is insanely happy when you bring her to Disney World all the time, then you might want to consider a whimsical-styled home for the future.
A whimsical state is described to be playful in nature, and we often get that kind of depiction when referring to fairies, princesses, and even the seven dwarves. It creates a happy imagery of a person or place. Relating a whimsical approach to a cottage or house is quite fascinating as well as interesting because people nowadays would most commonly prefer eclectic-styled houses with a chic touch. Perhaps a whimsical-themed house may look a bit washed off above the others but some people would certainly live in an area that radiates an optimistic vibe.
To give a house that kind of touch, it is agreeable to build it on a small area. A bigger version of this might look haunted and terrifying which takes the happy atmosphere away. Bricks and stone material are the main points to remember to create a country effect to the look, with peaches, browns, and nudes being the dominant hues to match. A built-in chimney may be a perfect touch which will remind everyone of that cottage in which Snow White found herself on or the house wherein Briar Rose lived before she even discovered she was Princess Aurora in real life. Little hanged lanterns with yellow light on the entrance will definitely give out quite a tasteful to the style combined with plants on pots of different sizes surrounding the mini cottage. With a design like this, a girl don't need a castle to live the fairy tale dream!
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