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Dreaming Of A "Dreamhouse"? This Little Girl Has An Own Dream Room!

Did you get jealous in your childhood when you saw people on TV with incredible bedrooms or “dreamhouses”? You even wanted to do everything to get a cool room and begged your parents to give your room a makeover. A little girl’s dream came true, because his father listened to her and built her daughter a fantasy room. You need to see this to believe it! 

Here you can see the old child room. Plain, uninspired, and drab.
So her dad decided to sketch out an amazing room plan for his daughter and got to work.
Of course, he measured out where everything needed to be in order to build it correctly. He wanted to make it perfect.
After that, he began crafting a steel skeleton.
Steel rings were used for the branches.
 Dreaming Of A “Dreamhouse”? This Little Girl Has An Own Dream Room!
Here is the general outline of the tree he was building. He worked a lot on this project.


But this father didn’t give it up, he dealt with this hard work.


After finishing the skeleton, it was time to bring the thing to life!
Here you can another detail about the skeleton.
Of course, the little girl likes how it’s coming along and can’t wait to see the outcome.
Lights were installed in key places.
Then he applied concrete and papier–mâché on the branches to give them an authentic look and feel.


He  started painting the tree. Believe it or not, he took tons of photos of trees to really nail the look! Simply unbelievable!

Dreaming Of A “Dreamhouse”? This Little Girl Has An Own Dream Room!


The father didn’t stop at the tree. He even painted the walls. It looks like a fairytale!
He added hardwood floors as well.
And left some room for “grass” to be added later.
Here is what those little lights ended up looking like, this lovely family simply call them fairy lights.
Finally, he added some leaves for authenticity.
The little girl enjoys it a lot!
 just like a “dreamhouse”

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