Better strap into your Doom Buggy, boys and ghouls because the awesomeness of this bedroom inspired by Disney's famous Haunted Mansion just might be enough to make you want to jump out of your skin. Fan Heather Sievers' has long worshipped the workings of the Mouse -particularly the thrills and chills of the spookiest ride in the Happiest Place on Earth. That's why she based her brilliant guest bedroom design on the attraction.
Of course the custom-printed wallpaper is the same one we see in the hallway walking towards our rides, but the matching throw pillow (which is official Disneyland merchandise) really helps tie the purple and white bed in with the overall look. The couch has a similar effect thanks to an official Disney licensed throw blanket.
The room features a must-have accessory for any Haunted Mansion home design -a replica of the pOlaque outside the attraction. One nightstand is home to a lovely candelabra adorned with a bat and hidden Mickeys and two mini tombstones from the ride. Next to that are stretching portrait coasters and a limited edition Doom Buggy blueprint
The other nightstand sits a Madame Leota snow globe filled with lights and glitter, as well as a Master Gracey tombstone and a replica of the bat stanchions that top the brass posts just outside the Doom Buggy loading area.
The stretching portrait prints were purchased from Disney's Art on Demand, while the Haunted Mansion attraction poster was actually hung at the park at one point. On the desk below are the home owner's Halloween photos (where they dressed as characters from the Haunted Mansion) inside official Disney frames. There is also an official hour glass, a glass serving dish, a Madame Leota music box, and two gargoyle candellabras from Target.
Another picture of the homeowner and her family is put up on the wall in a delightful vintage frame that looks perfect with the decor. The wall also features a wreath from the Haunted Mansion Holiday to celebrate the one time of the year where the classic attraction changes to a Nightmare Before Christmas theme. The bat hook is an antique from the early 1900s. The framed artwork features a real decaying rose that was once in the attraction along with artwork depicting the bouquets in the Mansion.
The curtains are held back with stanchion lanyard medallions that were converted into what Heather needed for the project. Outside the room is a delightful door hanger that says "trick or treat" with a Mickey head design worked into the design of the famous wallpaper.