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Every tiny garden is different. From miniature plants to landscaping materials, miniature houses to fairy garden accessories - miniature gardens are all about customization. As you plan your next small-scaled garden or plot renovations to your existing miniature garden, you might consider a brand-new fairy cottage to add to your garden's style. A miniature house is an eye-catching addition that is full of personality. You can even choose the fairy house first, and then proceed with planning the theme of your garden around it! We have picked out a few of our favorite styles to share. Perhaps these miniature houses will add a little minispiration to your next miniature gardening planning session.
When you think of a beach-themed garden, what comes to mind? Sand, umbrellas, perhaps a beach volleyball net? These miniature accessories all add flair to the garden, but a beach garden can be easily pulled together with the unifying presence of a miniature house. You can choose to create a classic boardwalk style with a Beach House, or take a mystical, under-the-sea theme with a shimmering Conch Fairy Condo! Seaside houses and shell homes offer a much-needed respite from the hot, sunny weather for garden fairies living near the waterfront.
Whoever said campers were just for vacation? In a Silver Camper, your garden fairies will be living the good life every day of the year. This realistic camper looks just like those of yesteryear. Parked on a miniature garden beachfront or in a forest campground, this untraditional fairy “house” makes a fitting home for fairies who like to experience nature. With a variety of camper options available, you could even create a miniature campground in your backyard.
In the Swamp
For tiny gardens that are inspired by life in the bayou, you might prefer a miniature house that features a dock for fairy boats. Frogger’s Fairy Swamp Shack features two levels: a green, muddy-looking dock down below, with stairs leading to the shack that has been built into a tree. For swamp living, try to find a miniature house with doors that open and close, so fairies and other swamp friends can easily come and go from the swamp.
Every garden needs a little holiday cheer! Whether you are prepping for the cheery winter months, patriotic summer, or something in between, there are miniature houses available that you can incorporate into your seasonal miniature garden. A Santa Hat LED House is just begging to be nestled between some artificial snow and twinkle lights, while a Pumpkin Carriage Fairy House looks the part when “planted” in a fall garden. Seasonal fairy houses up the ante in your holiday garden, and they can be displayed on side tables, bookshelves, and even centerpieces when it comes time for that celebration.
For visitors to your medieval garden, adventure awaits! You can utilize a Shingletown Castle to make your fairy garden stand out in its entire regal splendor. Miniature houses with turrets, stonework, and guard towers will bring personality to a castle scene. Miniature plants, fairies, boulders, miniature trees, dragons, and other fairy garden accessories will round out the medieval look.
Which miniature gardening look do you prefer? Whether it is one style that you favor or multiple designs, there is a wide assortment of miniature houses available in shops and online.
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