Lumiere Serving Platter – $44.99
Belle Mug & Tea Infuser – $22.99
“Be Our Guest” Throw Blanket – $39.99
Rose Spatula – $14.99
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I scored a lot of Mickey and Minnie Mouse home essentials. Here's a look at my Disney kitchen makeover.
I have basic gray walls with white trim, dark espresso cabinets and white appliances. Let's face it, a perfect backdrop for a Disney makeover. Mickey and Minnie are always wearing classic red, white and yellow. I really love the boldness that red has brought to my kitchen, the extra pop of color makes it a happy place.
These plastic red plates and melamine plates, (not dishwasher or microwave safe) I found a Dollar Tree. These are great for serving breakfast and lunch. Layering red, black or yellow plates are a great way to bring color and Disney to your tabletop.
I have a red mixer that sits above my fridge. A perfect spot for this adorable HOME sign.
The anti-fatigue mats are great for my floor. My dog, Minnie has a bed near the french doors next to the Minnie floor mat.
Minnie's feeding station is decorated too. (LOL)
The Disney Store always has amazing Home decor featuring your favorite Disney characters, each season and throughout the year. It can slowly start to add up $$$. I really enjoy trying DIY projects, and here I'm going to show you some of the fun crafty things I was able to make for my kitchen (for less than retail). Those of you, like me, who are on a Disney budget, check out these fun ideas with fabric I got from JoAnn's.
My daughter couldn't use this vintage mirror, so she gave it to me. I decided to create a princess dressing table which will be perfect for photo shoots. It's probably from the 60s, but the overall piece is solid. I am not going to paint it. I like the soft lived in patina. All it really needed was cleaned up. I bought floral garlands to drape over the top.
I had a long piece of striped fabric that I wanted to use for a Marie Antoinette dress, but it was perfect for the table. A few accessories, some candles and the table came together nicely. It may evolve over time as it's used for various princess photo shoots, but here is what the process looked like. You can see it in the video below.
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".
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