Perfect Fairy Garden Houses for Your Favorite Fairies
Add a whimsical touch to your outdoor landscape with these fairy garden houses. From petite cottages to mushroom huts, here are 10 perfect fairy garden houses for your favorite fairies.
“Believe” is the idea behind this fairy garden house. This 8-inch-tall house is hand-painted with doors that have “Believe” painted across them. With adorable details such as window shutters and flower boxes, this house will make a magical spot for your fairies and their friends. “Very cute fairy house! I bought this for my children (ages 4 and 5) and, along with other small fairy items, we built a little fairy garden! Absolutely adorable,” said one buyer. Add one these 10 enchanting fairy garden kits to your landscape.
This hand-painted fairy garden windmill house comes with a fairy bench. Set it up inside or out, or try it in a terrarium. The door has hinges so leave it closed or open it up. “This fairy house is so much fun! My granddaughter loves it! The front door opens and the windmill turns! You can put a tea candle inside for a lighted effect,” said one buyer. Get inspired with these 15 breathtaking DIY fairy gardens.
Although the door doesn’t open, this fairy garden mushroom house features a solar light, making it a fun choice for your fairy garden, or to light up an area of a walkway. The light recharges in the daylight and lights up automatically at night. “Can’t wait to put these out. They are going to be hidden all around my yard. It’ll be like a fairyland out there,” said one buyer. Learn about moon gardens and how you can start one.
Give your garden fairies a three-story cottage that features solar lights. Made of durable resin, which is resistant to aging, your fairies are sure to love this outdoor paradise. The cottage features details such as a border garden, stone wall and flowers. The solar lights recharge during the day and light up automatically at night. “The quality of these houses are, at the very least, equal to that of other, more costly, houses I have purchased from Amazon. I am putting together a garden for my three adorable, young grand children and know they are just going to love it,” said one buyer. You’ll either love or hate these 10 lawn ornaments.
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This house makes a great starter set if you’re new to fairy gardening. The tree stump house features a door that opens, and the set comes with two fairies (Klara and Chloe) and a road sign. The hand-painted kit has plenty of color, making it a great addition to a flower bed. “Beautiful details on all the pieces. I like the fact that there are anchor pins on the fairies so that they stay in place,” said one buyer. Save money in your garden with these 10 tips.
This fairy garden cottage house adds a whimsical touch to your landscape. The outside is made of resin that resembles stone. The doors open and close (where does that second door go?), and the front of the cottage features steps, a walkway and greenery. “Absolutely adorable,” explained one buyer. “This little cottage is very nicely made and finished. It is very well-made and looks very realistic. The colors are vibrant with a matte finish. The chimney is nicely done.” Here are 13 parent-child DIY projects they’ll love.
Give your fairy garden a royal feel with this little castle. This house is made of resin finished to look like stone. The two-story home also has a balcony—the perfect spot to place one of your garden’s fairies. “I love this little castle. It is the perfect size for my fairy garden dragons, I have strung lights through mine and it looks sweet,” said one buyer. Learn how to turn an old tire into a planter table.
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This sweet fairy garden house features upside-down flowers for the roof and awnings. It also features LED lights (batteries required) and a functional door. “It’s perfect in my fairy village! Colorful and mystical,” said one buyer. Here are 12 tacky lawn ornaments you need to see.
Your less flamboyant garden fairies and gnomes can take refuge at this tiny cottage with a swinging door. The simple cottage has two open windows with shutters and is made of resin, for longevity. “Couldn’t be happier with my little cottage. I am creating a gnome garden in my flower bed and this fits in perfectly. The bottom is open with a small notch for a wire if you want to add a light. I might consider adding a solar light to mine in the future,” said one buyer. Follow these 14 tips for planting succulents outdoors.
This stone fairy garden house works inside or out, or try it in a terrarium! The stately two-story house features a chimney and plenty of windows. “I really like this one. It’s taller than many I looked at and doesn’t look like ugly plastic. It’s nice, subtle and reminds me of an English cottage. It sits in my tall bamboo and it’s cute,” said one buyer. Follow these 12 tips for making a DIY terrarium.
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