Ok, the good news is that the Ethan Allen furniture company just announced the production of some of the most amazing Disney-themed home furnishings to hit the market in possibly…forever. It’s some truly great stuff if you eat, breath, and sleep Disney. The bad news?
You probably can’t afford very much of it. Let’s take a look at and do a little drooling over some of my favorite pieces.
Bravo Chair $1,309.00
Item #: D17052_D1230
This may honestly be my favorite piece in the whole entire collection. I’m not sure I would ever let anyone sit on it. I’d make the kids just sit on my old couch and look at it from a distance.
Mickey Everywhere Chair $719.00
Item #: D17040_D1900
Mickey Everywhere Chair, Special Edition $839.00
Item #: D17041_D2455D1656
Mickey Ottoman $689.00
Item #: D17051_D1200D1256
The ottomans look so adorable with different prints and colors.
Having a Ball Chair $439.00
Item #: D17058_D2315
Look how adorable these chairs look in a boys room. How clean it would stay and for how long, well, that’s probably another story…
Magical Mini Wing Chair $509.00
Item #: D17061_D3115
It All Started With A Mouse Table – $1,299.00
Item #: 108200 410
Character Chest- $1,599.00
Item #: 109235 711
I really like this chest, but for $1600, I think I would book a cruise.
The Ethan Allen artwork ranges in price from $139 to $1300
For you serious collectors, there is artwork for sale. These pieces have to be considered “art” at these prices.
They also have some lower priced art work. I think if I got a Mickey Mouse coloring book, I might could cut out my own version for way cheaper.
And the price of the last piece, which wasn’t Disney-inspired really but goes well with everything else, is what caused me to choke on my $1.49 Totinos pizza.
Meeting Place Sectional $10,472.00
Item #: D67000G6_6933D1031
Yea, over ten grand for a couch. Hmmmmmm…
Doing my mental math, I am up to about $35,000 on my wish list, and when I showed that list to my husband, that’s when he choked on his pizza too.
To view the entire Ethan Allen Disney line, use this link. You should definitely look through their ideas, because they sure know how to put some rooms together. Who wouldn’t want to live here?!
Well, a cheapskate can certainly dream for free. And there’s fun in finding a way to do it yourself for cheaper. I think the Ethan Allen company has outdone themselves here in terms of style and quality. Now I need Target to produce something similar for cheapskates on a budget that doesn’t include money to purchase “art.”
I’m headed to Wal-mart to see what home furnishings they have in classic Mickey red and black colors.
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