Fairy Doors

I know I’m often the Queen of Creep, but I also have a softer side. Believe it or not, I subscribe to Faerie Magazine.  I love the idea of worlds hidden from our own–especially right under our noses.

I haven’t made one yet, but I adore (see what I did there?) fairy doors. So I thought I’d hunt around for some good shops on Etsy. Here are my picks:

Faekeepers

Faekeepers

This former boat builder makes gorgeous, substantial-looking works from wood.

Fairy Hill Woodworks

Fairy Hill Woodworks

Tinker Bob returned to his love of woodworking after retiring from the business world. His work features lovely shapes and delicate paintwork.

Nothin' But Wood

Nothin’ But Wood

Nothin’ But Wood calls these “Gnome Doors.” I love their outlet covers, but I wouldn’t put them in a house with children–it would make the outlet even more tempting.

Fairy Behind The Door

Fairy Behind The Door

Jassmond makes all sorts of fairy garden accessories, like this Leddiq door and path, from cast stone.

Hodden Worlds

Hodden Worlds

Bette and her husband make Hobbit and Fairy doors, and many other fairy garden accessories from resin.

Personally, I could go nuts in any of these shops!

 

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