Fairy Home Decor

Fairy Decorating and Fairy Art

Fairies are a wonderful theme for decorating a home! Of course many little girls have had a Fairy theme while growing up, and many teenage girls do too. I used to love Tinkerbell and had pictures of her on my walls. 

But even some adults love Fairies and there are many decorative Fairies for your interior and exterior design.

If you are an adult you still loves Fairies, it's okay, it really is. Fairies are definitely not just for babies and little girls. I will show you some decor you can use that doesn't look too much like you are still a little girl. 

That said, it's your house and life is too short to worry about what others think, so decorate your house in your own style!

I love Fairies in the garden to watch over my plants, and indoors to watch over my fireplace mantel. If that describes you, scroll on down for some beautiful Fairies and lots of Fairy art  for your shopping and decorating pleasure! 

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When the first Baby laughed for the first time, its laugh broke into a thousand pieces, and they all went skipping about, and that was the beginning of Fairies.
~from the tale of Peter Pan,
by J.M. Barrie

Fairy Sculptures and Fairy Figurines

Add a Fairy statue or figurine to your room as a focal point to set the tone for your Fairy theme room.

My Favorite Fairy Poster

Fairy Toss Pillows

Throw pillows are a very easy way to change the theme of any room to Fairy or any other theme you want. I always use solid color sofas, chairs, and bedding and just toss a few new pillows of the new theme. Voila! New room. Easy peasy. 

Fairy Poster

More Fairy Throw Pillows

Any man can lose his hat
in a Fairy-wind.
~Irish Saying

Fairy Lamps

There are so many Fairy lamps! Fairies were used a lot in Art Nouveau so they are easy to find. Just click a photo for more!

Fairy Poster for a Blue Room

Fairy Lights

I love Fairy lights! You can use them anywhere to have a very cool ambiance whether or not you are using a Fairy theme to decorate.

Few folk have seen a Fairy,
But I found this one for you.
If you believe with all your might
She'll make your dreams come true.
~Author Unknown

Fairy Ornaments

Fairy ornaments look stunning hung around on plants and trees in your house, not just on Christmas trees! Or door handles, lamps, and as tiebacks for curtains!


Fairy Dance Poster


Fairy Blankets and Throws

Another way to add Fairy ambiance instantly! Just toss a Fairy throw over the arm of your sofa or the bed. Or use a Fairy blanket. 

Fairy Poster

More Fairy Blankets and Fairy Throws

Fairy Bedspreads and Comforters

Fairy Bedspreads for Adults

The bed is the biggest thing in your room so if you use a Fairy bedspread or comforter, you have it mostly done. Just add Fairy art and you have a Fairy room. Done! 

Just living is not enough"
said the Butterfly Fairy,
"One must have sunshine,
freedom and a little flower."
~Hans Christian Andersen

Fairy Bedding for Girls

Antique Fairy Poster

What Wikipedia Says About Fairies
Fairy Information

A Fairy (also Faery, Faerie, Fay, Fae; euphemistically wee folk, good folk, people of peace, fair folk, etc.) is a type of mythical being or legendary creature, a form of spirit, often described as metaphysical, supernatural or preternatural.

Fairies resemble various beings of other mythologies, though even folklore that uses the term Fairy offers many definitions. Sometimes the term describes any magical creature, including goblins or gnomes: at other times, the term only describes a specific type of more ethereal creature.

The word Fairy derives from Middle English Faierie (also Fayerye, Feirie, Fairie), a direct borrowing from Old French Faerie (Modern French Féerie) meaning the land, realm, or characteristic activity (i.e. enchantment) of the legendary people of folklore and romance called (in Old French) Faie or Fee (Modern French Fée). 

This derived ultimately from Late Latin Fata (one of the personified Fates, hence a guardian or tutelary spirit, hence a spirit in general); cf. Italian Fata, Portuguese Fada, Spanish Hada of the same origin.

Fata, although it became a feminine noun in the Romance languages, was originally the neuter plural ("the Fates") of Fatum, past participle of the verb Fari to speak, hence "thing spoken, decision, decree" or "prophetic declaration, prediction", hence "destiny, fate". It was used as the equivalent of the Greek Moirai, the personified Fates who determined the course and ending of human life.

To the word Faie was added the suffix -erie (Modern English -(e)ry), used to express either a place where something is found (fishery, heronry, nunnery) or a trade or typical activity engaged in by a person (cookery, midwifery, thievery). In later usage it generally applied to any kind of quality or activity associated with a particular sort of person, as in English knavery, roguery, witchery, wizardry.

Faie became Modern English Fay "a Fairy"; the word is, however, rarely used, although it is well known as part of the name of the legendary sorceress Morgan le Fay of Arthurian legend. Faierie became Fairy, but with that spelling now almost exclusively referring to one of the legendary people, with the same meaning as Fay. 

In the sense "land where Fairies dwell", the distinctive and archaic spellings Faery and Faerie are often used. Faery is also used in the sense of "a Fairy", and the back-formation Fae, as an equivalent or substitute for Fay is now sometimes seen.

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Faeries, come take me out
of this dull world,
For I would ride with you
upon the wind,
Run on the top of the
dishevelled tide,
And dance upon the
mountains like a flame.
~William Butler Yeats

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