6 Disney Villain Homes Reimagined as Polly Pockets, From Cruella de Vil to Maleficent

updated Dec 19, 2020
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‘90s kids, rejoice! The nostalgic revitalization of Polly Pockets continues—this time with a Disney twist. TheToyZone teamed up with CGI artist Jan Koudela once again to reimagine the homes of Disney villains as pocket-sized Polly Pocket dollhouses. The collaboration comes after the toy brand and Koudela rendered pop culture Polly Pockets in September, reimagining the “Friends” apartment, “Stranger Things” house, “Lord of the Rings” hobbit house, and more as pint-sized dwellings. Next up? The evil lairs and abodes of Disney villains. 

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TheToyZone and Koudela reimagined the homes of Maleficent from “Sleeping Beauty,” Cruella De Vil from “101 Dalmations,” the Evil Queen from “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” Ursula from “The Little Mermaid,” Stinky Pete from “Toy Story 2,” and Captain Hook from “Peter Pan.” Enter the miniature homes of some of the most iconic Disney villains below.

Maleficent from “Sleeping Beauty”

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A drawbridge, throne, and raised fists make up the purple and green lair of Maleficent, Mistress of Evil. Noticeably missing? A spinning wheel. 

Cruella De Vil from “101 Dalmatians”

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A dalmatian-printed duvet, grand piano, printed red rug, and some furniture covered in white drapes make up the cobwebbed home of Cruella De Vil. 

The Evil Queen from “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”

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A magic mirror, cauldron full of potions, and a dungeon are some of the components of the Evil Queen’s vintage residence.

Ursula from “The Little Mermaid”

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An enchanted nautilus shell, vanity mirror, and crystal ball are a few of the decor pieces in Ursula’s lair under the sea. 

Stinky Pete from “Toy Story 2”

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A record player, TV set to watch all those westerns, and a boot-shaped lamp are featured in Stinky Pete’s dollhouse, which is housed in a green suitcase. 

Captain Hook from “Peter Pan”

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A cannon, plank, and rope ladder make up Captain Hook’s little abode, which makes the case for boat living.