After touring remodeled The Little Mermaid and Cars rooms at Disney’s Art of Animation, we’re checking out a remodeled Finding Nemo suite.
The main difference in the room is the flooring. Like the Cars and The Little Mermaid rooms, the carpet has been removed in favor of hard laminate flooring.
The new flooring is a textured blue, with some pieces of coral and seaweed emerging from walls.
Also similar to the Cars room is the breakfast table that folds down to reveal a twin bed. With the table are four orange coral-colored chairs.
The table structure has Dory swimming through the ocean, while the headboard of the bed has Marlin and Nemo sleeping in their sea anemone.
A knob on the headboard allows you to adjust the brightness of the light above the bed.
The end tables on either side of the table/bed have some members of the Tank Gang swimming around.
In the living room is more furniture with ocean accents.
The red sofa folds out into a Full bed.
The ceiling light looks like bubbles.
The swivel chair is textured to look like underwater plants.
The TV is now wall-mounted and there are additional outlets on the top of the dresser. More characters appear stylized on the ocean blue furniture. You might spot Bruce the shark in the open closet.
There used to be green plastic stools, but these have been changed out for softer ottomans.
The lamp built into the end table is operated by a foot pedal. The clownfish above the sofa, as well as the turtle next to the table, are made up of the Moonfish school from the film.
In the kitchenette is a mini-fridge, coffeemaker, and microwave.
The main bathroom is themed to the shark scene from Finding Nemo, where they are in ship wreckage.
The porthole mirror displays the positive affirmation that “fish are friends.”
The shower curtain features Dory and the three sharks smiling.
The interior of the shower is made up of different shades of brown tiles.
In the master bedroom, it’s hard to miss the new white sheets that have replaced themed bedding. The wall above the bed is noticeably a blank dark blue.
There are more details on the floor in here.
There’s now storage underneath the bed.
The dresser in this room is pink instead of blue, as is the shelf to the side.
Mr. Ray, Nemo, and Marlin adorn the front of the dresser. Some of the dresser has waved edges.
The lamps have jellyfish shades.
The headboard is also mainly pink, with a few colorful accents to look like the coral reef.
This bathroom is similarly themed to the shark scene, but there is a glass shower door instead of a curtain.
Both showers have new wall-mounted shampoo, conditioner, and body wash.
Thanks for joining us on this tour. You can also watch our YouTube video of the room for more information and a closer look at some of the room’s features.