There's no cross domain hackery or tracking voodoo, it's just some sweet jQuery animations.
Please, think of the animations.
In the meantime, enjoy the html version below. I guess. If that's your thing.
Waterfall and the Great Deku Tree
Asking your toddler to move their bedroom to accomodate a new family arrival can be tricky enough. But what do you do when the nursery was a
tricked out Mario themed room? The couple behind Dork on a Dime found themselves in just that situation, and came up with the obvious solution: make your little girl's new room into everything from Zelda. It's got a bunk bed that leads to Lon Lon Ranch. And that's just the start.
Facing the opposite direction from the last pic, we've got Link, Death Mountain, and Kakariko Windmill. (Yes, that's a real chest, a foam-sword rack, and a Triforce clock.)
The Top Bunk
If you'll remember the stairs in the first pic, they lead to the top bunk, which comes with a pony. I'm sold.
Item Select Under the Bunk
Underneath the bunk, behind the Deku Tree, are some shelves that double as an item select. Brb, painting the backs of all of my bookshelves now.
Under the Stairs
Further under the bunk, the perfect spot for small kids, is the Fairy Fountain Cave with a light up Piece of Heart.
The Master Sword
At the back of the bottom bunk is the Master Sword, 'cause it's gotta go somewhere.
And finally, Zelda and Hyrule Castle, complete with a play table emblazoned with the three Triforce virtues. If you look real close, the mural on the left of the bed is, in fact, the Happy Mask Shop.
more pictures, and a complete explanation of the room’s details, pictures, and the materials it took to create every part of the room and their prices, see Dork on a Dime. Thanks, Tipster Ginger!
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