Rob Adams is a dad from Bellevue, Washington, who took it to heart when his daughter requested a "fairy tree" in her room.
And I guess, NBD, when you're building a fairy wonderland from scratch, what's a little perfectly shaded rainbow ombre wall, amiright?
And the built-in reading nook? It's one of TWO!
Adams told BuzzFeed that the suggestion for the open reading area at the bottom came from his wife -- "which made it harder to build but ultimately a lot more awesome." Totally worth it.
Here's a before shot of the room so you can see what the family was working with.
So the devoted dad sketched, and sculpted...
Rob used his skills making environment art for Bungie, the company responsible for the Destiny video game, to conceive and create a scale model of his daughter's room with the tree in it.
He even learned to weld!
Expanded metal lath was affixed to the tree with zip-ties, then covered in a cement mixture and embellished with silicone bark rollers and clay sculpting tools.
Papier-mâché took over for cement on the thinner top branches of the tree.
Rob said his daughter was a huge help in bringing her dream room to fruition.
"Lia helped out in all kinds of ways," her dad boasted to BuzzFeed. "She painted some of the base coat on the tree, picked out foliage with me, painted some of the walls, passed me tools when I was unable to move, and brought me plates of snacks."
"My daughter had seen the room the whole time it was being worked on, so there was no real ‘unveiling' moment," Rob explained. "But there was one particular day near the end that I will never forget..."
As for the internet attention his creation is getting? "I’m happy about the prospect of other dads trying to pull off ambitious projects for their kids. A lot is possible with time and some ingenuity."
*swoon* Dude, stop.