I tried to resist…but I couldn’t! For those of you who have eagerly been awaiting the arrival of Epcot’s Frozen Ever After, you can check out the inside-the-ride video here!
To say I have a unique sense of home decor would probably be an understatement. Let me put it this way: When I vacationed to Disney World and Universal Studios, I came home with a handful of decorative objects including a magic wand, a Dobby movie prop and a troll from Epcot’s Norway.
That being said, my home is full of wee folk. From house-elves, to leprechauns, trolls and gnomes, I have built an interesting collection.
While some of these are my own acquisitions, some of the gnome items are actually Andy’s. Having always had a slight obsession with elves and fairies, words can’t describe how excited I was to hear that as a child he had been fascinated with gnomes.
While some people may find such decor off-putting, ugly or weird, I, obviously, love it. Placing such “creatures” in my house allows me to be inspired and absorb inspiration both consciously and at times, subconsciously.
Below are a couple marker sketches that I recently made, both inspired directly by my own decor.
The only advice I would give is to decorate with pieces that inspire. Even if those pieces look like this: