Calling all Disney fans — have you ever wondered what kind of spaces your favorite princesses would inhabit in the modern day? Well, interior design service Modsy, whose team of designers helps clients decorate spaces virtually, has dreamed them up. They've conjured six rooms, each inspired by a Disney princess, imagining what their abodes would look like if they were young adults today. And the best part? The furniture is actually shoppable. (That's how Modsy works, too — its designers create a virtual space modeled on your home and fill it with shoppable products.)
So go on, take a tour of the fantastic rooms below.
Moana's living room is bright and cheery — just like the strong-willed character herself. Given the princess' Polynesian heritage, the apartment is an island-inspired space, featuring pieces like a CB2 rattan credenza and fern wall art from Anthropologie. Also, check out the CB2 rattan room divider that resembles a ship's sails.
You'll find all of Belle's signature elements in her living room. The yellow Mina sofa by Anthropologie recalls her stunning gown, while an antiqued china cabinet from Wayfair holds her library. The entire space oozes with a delightful French romanticism that has us longing for a vacation in a provincial town.
After escaping from the clutches of her evil stepfamily, Cinderella finally found her happily ever after with her prince — and this living room. Modsy's team imagined a space that's inspired by Cinderella's new royal life, notably the regal tulip chairs and sofa by Anthropologie. You'll also find subtle details that recall the life-changing ball, like the pumpkin-inspired pouf from Wayfair.
Mulan's minimalist living room is midcentury modern meets China all the way — and masculine meets feminine, honoring the princess' warrior life. We're all about this vibe, but we're particularly partial to the wood pendant light from Crate & Barrel and the timeless Barcelona chair, which you can get from Design Within Reach.