As a vigorous reader myself, I always loved when my dad, mom or even my uncles used to read fairytales aloud to me and my brothers. I imagined a perfect world in these enchanting fairy houses and trees and unexpectedly waited for the next reading session. My imagination was wide enough I would say, but never that much as to think that I could have one of those trees in my own room.
If my father was an artist in the video game industry, I would have probably asked it from him. As CountryLiving writes, the super dad Rob Adams from Washington, known with his Reddit name Radamshome with the same profession I mentioned earlier, decided to obey his daughter’s wish and bring the tree of her dreams into life, more precisely into her bedroom.
Look at the below photos to see the fairytalish bedroom this father built for his daughter and tell us what you think about it in the comments’ section:
Adams wrote in his Imgur post back then:
I was kind of unprepared for the physical realities of this project. I used Disney set-design as my inspiration. Even though it was difficult, I learned a huge amount along the way. It turned out pretty well, and she’s so happy in her new room!
Everything was just a sketch once.
Implementing a scale model first is always a great idea!
This father wrote on his social media account that It took around 350 hours over a period of 18 months to finish this amazing project.
And also according to him, it cost $4,250 to renovate his daughter’s room.
A picture of Lia and her tree from wonderland.
The frame of the tree was made from welded metal and wire screen, there are also lights on it so Lia can read during the night as well.
Almost done, it only needs some paint. This dad used concrete, silicone bark rollers and clay sculpting tools to form this magical tree shape.
And need some more details!
Let’s focus on details now:
The tree needs birds and butterflies, right?
Christmas lights make everything look magical. A close look during the night:
I wish I had this reading tree when I was a kid. For sure it would have motivated me to read more. Don’t you wish the same?