Kelsey Hermanson has always loved Disney.
She was born in Southern California, so some of her earliest memories were made while spending time at Disneyland.
Kelsey loves Disney movies too, and when she and her husband Eric moved to their home in Seattle, she started adding touches from the films to their home.
Kelsey built a social-media following on Instagram by sharing photos of her home, and her followers encouraged her to keep decorating her home with themed items.
Today, her entire home is inspired by Disney. Kelsey, Eric, their two kids, their dog, and their cat live in the house.
Every room in the house has a specific Disney theme.
For instance, the living room is “Lilo & Stitch”-themed, though it features touches from other tropical Disney films like “Moana” and “The Little Mermaid.”
Surfboards, sea creatures, and drawings of Stitch cover the walls, while the blue couch immediately sets an ocean vibe.
Little additions, like the Ariel pillow and nautical storage bin, tie it all together.
Much of Kelsey’s furniture is thrifted, and she customizes items to make them look like something out of a Disney film.
The “Beauty and the Beast” dining room features antique furniture that nods to the grandeur of the Beast’s castle.
The dining room also has a Mickey Mouse-shaped topiary that looks like the greenery at Disneyland. Kelsey has made them for every room of the house.
The details bring this room together, like the rose figurine and the tapestry of the dance scene from the film.
Every inch of the house is inspired by Disney.
Even the entryway is themed around “Snow White,” with an ornate mirror much like the one featured in the film hanging on the wall with statues of birds next to it.
Likewise, a shelf in the dining room features characters from “Beauty and the Beast” with a stained-glass painting of Belle and the Beast behind it.
The sitting room is obviously “Tangled”-themed, thanks to the distinctive suns all over the room.
Kelsey hand-cut the banner with suns on it, aiming for it to look like the banners at Disney World.
Kelsey had the antique glass cabinet shipped to her Seattle home from Hawaii, and it’s filled with Disney figurines. A painting of Rapunzel and Flynn Rider is at the center of the space.
The room has a vintage bouncy horse Kelsey painted to look like the horse Maximus from “Tangled” as well.
The Rapunzel room also has a hand-painted lamp that’s reminiscent of the lanterns in “Tangled.”
She bought the lamp at Costco, adding the sun symbols herself.
Kelsey told Insider the room was inspired by a Rapunzel bathroom at Disneyland.
Kelsey’s daughter has a “Lady and the Tramp”-themed nursery.
Kelsey’s youngest daughter was born on Christmas, just as Lady was given as a Christmas gift to her owners in the film.
The room has stuffed animals and figurines of Lady and Tramp, and pink bows like the one wrapped around Lady make up much of the decor.
Kelsey’s eldest daughter’s room is the only room in the house that isn’t Disney themed. Instead, it’s inspired by Nintendo, as she’s a big Minecraft fan.
It’s important to Kelsey that her children are allowed to follow their passions just as she did.
One of Kelsey’s favorite rooms in her home is the “Alice in Wonderland” bathroom.
The bathroom features a melting clock with rabbit ears, a floating Alice, and greenery surrounding the mirror.
It “literally feels like you’ve gone down the rabbit hole,” Kelsey said of the space.
Eric helps Kelsey bring a lot of her visions to life.
Eric is always willing to help Kelsey with her projects, and as his taste is more minimalist, he helps her from going too over the top with her designs.
“He always tries to help me do what I need to do to express myself,” she said.
For instance, Eric helped Kelsey renovate the “Little Mermaid” bathroom, which features glitter grout.
The glitter nods to a sandy beach, and the Ariel shower curtain and Flounder bath mat make the theme more clear.
Small touches like a fork — or dinglehopper — and seashells make the space even cuter.
Kelsey has been sharing tours of her home on TikTok, with one garnering over 13 million views.
“With the parks being closed and people missing that magic, I think my profile is like a waiting room,” Kelsey said of why she thinks people like her posts so much. “It allows people to feel that magic again.”
The “Aladdin” master bedroom features floating lanterns, candles, and curtains that evoke the mood of Jasmine’s room in the palace.
Matching paintings of Aladdin and Jasmine sit on the wall above the tub.
The coolest detail in the bathroom is the faucet shaped like the Genie’s lamp.
Kelsey also told Insider that her house changes a bit for the holiday season.
Around Halloween, she adds “The Nightmare Before Christmas” and “Coco” decorations, and they transform the house into an under-the-sea Christmas for the December holidays.