Hello, Kitty themed house in Shanghai



When you are a kid you read a lot of stories and fairy tales and worship some cartoon characters or some fairy tales ones and you almost live in a fantastic world. You want to have all the Barbie dolls in the world if you are a girl and all the Spiderman toys if you are a boy. Any way, some of us still like these characters even when they grow up and become responsible adults. So if you have a friend who has always dreamed about having only Hello, Kitty posters and things all around the house and is the biggest fan of Hello, Kitty, do not be surprised if you see her spend all her savings on a themed hotel or motel or whatever you might call this house.

As you can see from the front wall, this is a Hello Kitty themed house that was built in Shanghai, China. It is all pink and sweet and full of Hello, Kitty symbols and pictures starting with the welcome sign to the themed rooms and the shape of the cake you will have for desert, from, the shape of the bed , the color of the rooms and every other detail.

Even the bed sheets and the table covers have a Hello, Kitty face printed on and everything is so … pink. I love it, even if it looks almost surreal.


Published by in Hotels & Resorts, on December 20th, 2010

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