While Disney Princesses have been reimagined as everything from to , one question has lingered in our minds — would a palace really be their go-to choice? We've come across some pretty magical alternatives in our travels and decided to play matchmaker for 11 princesses we love.
The gilded accents in are perfect for royalty, and the light blue detailing is a perfect match for the gown Cinderella wore when she met her prince. And who wouldn't want to relive a magical night like that?
After spending her formative years locked in a tower, Rapunzel would surely appreciate 's light and airy vibe. The purple chairs and curtains are just an added bonus.
Mulan isn't afraid to take a chance — she did risk her life for her country — but at the end of the day we know she'd love to retire in a no-nonsense .
After giving up her life "Under the Sea," Ariel would surely appreciate being surrounded by the blues, greens, and purples that colored her mermaid years, as evidenced in .
Chairs decked out in a deep turquoise velvet are almost perfect matches for Merida's teal gown, and she would surely love 's green curtains, which call to mind the lush landscape of her native Scotland.
Once you've shared a space with seven men who rarely clean like Snow White did, being able to maintain a , decorated only in shades of white of course, is the ultimate luxury.
For a princess with a soft spot for cooking, would be the perfect place to share meals with family and friends. Let's just hope the green accents don't give Tiana and Naveen any bad flashbacks to their days spent as frogs.
Jasmine was never one to shy away from being perceived as bold, so a that's heavy on the black would be perfect for her. And the turquoise accent pillows are the perfect nod to her favorite ensemble.
Even though she's no longer trapped in a perpetual slumber, doesn't mean Sleeping Beauty can't appreciate a nice long nap. And where better to catch a few z's than in this ?
No home of Belle's would be complete without a — becoming a princess could never shake her love of reading, after all— and this one is perfect for her, what with its royal blue and yellow accents that call to mind her favorite outfits.
Pocahontas would surely adore this — the color palette and inclusion of greenery would feel almost like home to a princess who grew up in the great outdoors.