Tinker Bell Furniture
Your little girl loves Tinkerbell, and you can give her a little fairy magic with some beautiful Tinker Bell furniture. Let Tink and the Disney Fairies help her keep her toys in order or lull her to sleep under a canopy or bed tent.
These pieces can be a nice addition to an existing theme – especially the ones that don’t require that much by way of monetary investment – or the start to creating the theme. There’s definitely a distinctive color palette you have to work with when you get into this one, between the green of her dress and the colors of the other characters. Plus Disney is fond of pairing her up with purple a lot. Hope you like that color!
Note that things like the beds and chairs are mostly sized for little ones. We’re talking toddlers mostly. Work around that with bean bag seating that can handle bigger kids or focus on storage pieces like a toy box.
Tinker Bell Beds
Snuggle In For Fairy Dreams
Delta Children’s Products Toddler Bed with Canopy
$85.99 at Wayfair
Delta Children’s Products Toddler Bed
$55.99 at Wayfair
Chairs and Sofas for Book Time
You can see here the various different designs they’ve had over the years for Tinker Bell and the Disney Fairies. Combinations of pink and purple or purple and green were the most common.
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Disney Fairies Bean Bag
Disney Tinkerbell Bean Bag
Says “Flower Whisperer” on the seat
Tinker Bell Table and Workspaces
A few seats here as well, but mostly in combination with a flat table or desk for her to work on.
Delta Enterprise Fairies Desk Chair
Includes a little canvas drawer for storage
Tinker Bell Storage
Ginsey Disney Fairies Step Stool
$11 at Wayfair
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