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Woody’s imagined tiny house.
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While Disney characters often live in castles and palaces, who’s to say they won’t want to downsize some day?

As the tiny house movement sweeps across the globe, prompting many to seek out smaller, simpler living spaces, artists at Angie’s List wondered what tiny houses would like in the magical world of Disney.

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The artists examined six famous Disney characters and designed 400-square-foot homes for each of them. Take a look inside.


Belle’s imagined tiny house would sit at the top of a tower.

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Belle’s tiny house.
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Although most tiny houses are on wheels, it’s fitting that this Disney princess’ home is atop a tower and made of stone.


Inside the small cottage, Belle’s home would have a fireplace and stacks of books.

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Inside Belle’s home.
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In “Beauty and the Beast,” Belle wears mostly blue and maroon, so you can see those colors throughout the tiny house.


Meanwhile, Mulan’s tiny house would be inspired by Japanese architecture.

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Mulan’s tiny house.
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There’s also a zen garden adjacent to the tiny house.


Inside, Mulan’s home would be minimalist and adhere to Japanese culture.

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Inside Mulan’s house.
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To the right, you can see a ladder that leads to a loft, which is typical for most tiny houses in the real world.


Elsa’s tiny house would be a cabin that resembles the ice castle she constructs in “Frozen.”

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Elsa’s tiny house.
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Throughout the film, the architecture has Norwegian influences, and this tiny house is no different.


The interior is a nod to the film as well, as the couch is the color of the queen’s dress.

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Inside Elsa’s house.
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The beams on the ceiling resemble a snowflake.


Woody from “Toy Story” would live in a rustic retreat.

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Woody’s tiny house.
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You can almost see Woody sporting his cowboy hat out on the deck.


Inside Woody’s home, the rustic aesthetic continues.

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Inside Woody’s house.
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The antler chandelier that hangs from the ceiling is a nod to the Old West.


Princess Merida from “Brave” would have a simple tiny house resembling Scottish castles.

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Princess Merida’s tiny house.
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“Brave” is set in a fictional medieval Scotland.


The interior of Merida’s house would be made of stone and wood.

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Inside Merida’s house.
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If you look closely, you can see a painting of Merida’s horse, Angus, on the floor.


In “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” it was Jack Skellington’s job to scare people, and his tiny house would do just that.

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Jack Skellington’s house.
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The character’s tiny house is imagined to be haunted and decrepit.


Jack Skellington’s tiny house would be just as creepy and dark inside as it is outside.

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Inside Jack Skellington’s house.
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As the “Pumpkin King,” it’s only fitting that his tiny house has at least one jack-o’-lantern.