As a child, there was nothing better than a play store. Now that I’m older, one of my favorite places is Target. It’s the only place I can go and spend a quick $200 on all the cool things I didn’t know I needed, all while drinking Starbucks coffee. Now that I’m seeing pictures of one little girl’s playroom, I’m dreaming of one of my own…where I can spend less money but still have just as much fun.
Ariah’s mom Renee knew how much she loves Target, so for Christmas she made her a custom playroom, complete with Starbucks and it’s amazing!
She didn’t spare one detail.
Everything looks like it came straight from a Target store.
Ariah’s mom built the entire playroom with help from her sister who happens to be a graphic designer.
Her sister, Brigette, designed the logos, menu, price tags and signage that hangs on the walls.
Ariah is so cute, she should be employee of the month!
Of course, she already is!
Even the gift cards look super realistic.
Best Target store ever!
I wonder if this Starbucks has free wi-fi?
Oooohhh, a clearance rack! Nevermind the wi-fi.
Of course, Ariah’s store is eco-friendly with reusable shopping bags.
I can’t get over how incredible the graphic design work is.
Ariah’s mom built the Starbucks counter out of an old storage shelf.
Does the health department know this kid is working bare foot?
This is how Ariah feels about the health department comment.
These drinks look so tasty!
Everything you need to run the perfect coffee shop.
Renee’s friend, Robert Mueller helped to transform the storage shelves using flooring to create the look of real Starbucks.
Of course, no Starbucks employee should go with out their apron.
Bullseye even has his own place in Ariah’s store.
Renee told Good Morning America she had been going through a divorce and a tough time in her life, so she decided to channel her energy into doing something amazing for Ariah. And her daughter loves her new playroom. According to Renée, she tells her friends, “Come see my playroom. I have Target in my playroom!” And she’s not wrong. She totally does. To see more of Ariah’s playroom, you can visit her mom’s Facebook page here.