Fairy Tale Architecture

You might think fairy tales are for children. Not always!!! What would you say about a few sweet colours and some warm materials for a fairytale house with a wonderful architecture… almost waiting for a Snow White to come out and greet you with a smile. 🙂

Hansel and Gretel house in the Efteling, a fairy tale themepark in the Netherlands, Copyright © Rex,  Source: Wikimedia Commons

Springfield Rd, Brighton, across from Open House pub, Copyright © Davey on Flickr

House of Carmel, Copyright © Linda Hartong Photography. All Rights Reserved. 2008  To read more about the fairytale Cottages in Carmel go to: Daisy Pink Cupcake.

Pitlochry, Scotland , Copyright © Michael Heilemann on Flickr

Cambodia , Copyright © Unknown

Neato House, Copyright © tt4949

USA, RI,Providence, Copyright © Michael Braxenthaler



Copyright © Youri,  Via: My Modern Met

Copyright © evil solrac v3.0,  Via: Neogaf

The Crooked House, Sopot, Poland, Architect s of Szotynscy Zaleski, Via: Toptenz

Via: Zimbio




Nautilus House, Mexico City, Architect Javier Senosiain of Arquitectura Organica, Via: Trendir

Springfield Rd, Brighton, across from Open House pub

Irina Alexandra is a young entrepreneur and architect, with a passion for miracles and weirdness of life.

She has been writing articles on Weirdomatic for the last 7 years in a search for all the amazing things we tend to ignore.

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12 Responses to “Fairy Tale Architecture”

  1. To me, it’s the interiors that have the most otherworldly quality.

  2. Just cool!

  3. Csodálatos házak, házikók!

  4. […] Amazing Fairy Tale Houses […]

  5. I love all the fairy tale pics. it is really very amazing.

  6. I did not like these photos. May be they look ok in fairy tales only. Here they look some what absurd, deformed and at times frightening.

  7. forgot the one in beverly hills 90210, on walden drive

  8. The pink and purple house was Minnie’s house at Magic Kingdom in Toon Town. Toon town has been destroyed for the expansion of Fantasyland.

  9. The pink and purple “house” is not a real home.
    It’s Minnie Mouse’s house at Disney World’s Toontown USA.

  10. DREAMY

  11. They are great! Makes the mind use its imagination.

  12. Unbelievable genius! Unbelievable work! But seeing is believing. The world needs geniuses like you. Hope to see more of your work.

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