How to Find a Fairy in Your House

Updated on April 15, 2016
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Kitty has been independently researching and studying the fae for over 15 years. She enjoys sharing what she's learned with her readers.

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Be a friend to the fairies.

First and foremost, if you're hoping to find a fairy in your house you must know that you have to be a friend to the fairies in order to see them. They are finicky creatures, and so we must not expect a lot from them and we must be patient in our search for them.

Secondly, you must know that not all fairies are friendly or even like human contact. In fact, some of their kind despise our kind...so there are certain types of fairies that you should not try finding or attracting to your home.

Now that the basic fairy rules have been set, let's find out if you have a fairy in your house now!

Are there fairies in my house now?

If you've long been a friend of the fairies, it is definitely possible that you already have a fairy living in your house. There are usually a few tell-tale signs when a fairy is in your house that you won't miss.

Here are some signs that a fairy is either residing or visiting your home:

  • the cat or dog acts strangely, plays with someone/something invisible.
  • lots of food go missing without a logical explanation, particularly sweets (and you can't blame your kids for this occurrence all of the time).
  • strange noises at night: furniture being jumped on, very light footsteps on stairs or in hallways, tapping noises in closets.
  • doors opening and closing (usually quietly unless you've invited something darker into your home).
  • miscellaneous chores in your home get done without anyone's knowledge of doing it (don't we all wish for this type of fairy!).
  • jewelry and sparkly/glittery items go missing and then turn up in odd or obvious places.
  • milk or beer goes bad before expiration dates and with no explanation.
  • seemingly poltergeist-like activity (again this depends on the type of fairy residing/visiting your home).
  • new types of plants and vines begin growing around the outside of your home.

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How to find a fairy in your house.

Perhaps you know all of the signs that there is a fairy in your home but you've yet to come across these signs. Don't worry. You might still have a fairy living in your home, he or she just might be a bit too finicky or shy to let you know they are there. The best thing to do is wait until the fairy is ready or willing to come out of hiding. Sometimes they might never be ready, as many of the fairies do not trust human beings as far as they can throw us. This is from many years of our kind not believing in their kind, and years of our ancestors calling them evil. You have to also think about the damage our kind is doing to the Earth, their sacred place...their Heaven, if you will.

Here's the thing. You won't be able to "find" a fairy in your home, because the fairies will only be found if they want to be. Once you've understood why the fairy in your home might be hiding, and you've given him or her some time, you could next try to coax the fairy out of hiding. Leave a sweet sweet treat as an offering to the fairy on one of the highest Pagan holy days (specifically the fairies are most active and more prone to coming out of hiding on May Day, Summer Solstice, and Halloween). Things such as fairy bread (as pictured below), cakes, cupcakes, brownies, and other sweets are usually the fairies' favorite type of food. Beverages such as mead, ale, milk, and sweetcream are the fairies' favorite things to drink (traditionally and from my experience, as well).

If you find yourself leaving offering after offering and there is no stirring, it is possible that you may never find the fairy. Just give him or her some time. It is also possible that he or she is scared of a particular person or being in your home. Wait until your by yourself in your house and try talking to the fairy. Give them a simple hello, let them know you're a friend, and invite them to show themselves when they are ready.

Sweet treats might coax the fairy out of hiding.

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No fairies in your house? Learn how to attract them.

Maybe you've tried to coax the fairy out of hiding, and maybe you've been talking and waiting for this fairy to show himself for years. It's most likely at this point that there is no fairy living or visiting your home. This could be for a number of reasons.

First, here are some things that fairies do not like:

  • Loud, clanging windchimes or bells
  • Loud, obnoxious children
  • A ton of Christian/Catholic paraphernalia (crosses, Bibles, etc)
  • Laziness
  • Clergymen
  • Iron horseshoes
  • Bowls of salt
  • Lots of noise and commotion
  • Lots of clutter
  • Stale air

Try to rid your home of these types of things (as best you can), as most fairies will not come around for these particular reasons among others.

Here are some things that the fairies like and are attracted to, that you can ensure is a part of your home:

  • houseplants, trees, and flowers
  • shrines and altars to the old gods
  • wine cellars
  • people with a reverence for nature
  • animals
  • sweet, imaginative children
  • people who believe in them
  • shiny, sparkly things (i.e. jewelry, crystals, etc.)
  • water (in a bowl or in a fountain)

There are more ways to attract the fay into your home and life. You can read more by clicking here.

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The Best Kinds of House Fairies

As previously mentioned, just because you're dying to have some fairy activity in your home doesn't mean you need to invite in the next flow of energy that comes your way. This could be rather dangerous. You wouldn't just go up to any stranger on the street and invite them into your home that same day, would you? It's the same way with the fairies, they are just as finicky and vary from being to being as humans do. Perhaps even more-so. They are ancient, spiritual beings, you have to remember. They don't follow the same type of ethics and morals that the human race does (or so we think).

Probably the best type of fairy to invite into your home is the Scottish Brownie. The Brownie is actually known to be a house fairy, as it will occupy a deserving family's home for the entirety of the family's existence if it so chooses. The Brownie originates in Scotland, but has been said to have come to North America with the Scottish immigrants. He is short and stout like a gnome and tends to wear earth colors but it sometimes seen in red. The Brownie is the best type of fairy to have in your home as he enjoys helping with chores around the house when the family is asleep. Usually these are chores that the lady of the house could not get to during her day, and he will continue to help around the house as long as he is appreciated by the lady and her family. In some legends, Brownies are said to be friends with roosters. In fact, it is thought that the rooster's crow in the morning isn't meant to wake us up but is meant to warn the Brownie that daylight is approaching.

Sprites and pixies are other types of fairies that are commonly found around humans; however, they are not always the best type of fairy to have in your home. The reason for this is that they are generally capricious in nature, meaning they enjoy getting into trouble and sometimes playing little tricks on humans. They will be the ones to take your jewelry and hide them in random places, and they will also be the ones to hide your keys on your busiest mornings! It's best to keep the sprites and pixies invited to your garden and yard and not necessarily invited to the inside of your home.

Some fairies to watch out for (these fairies can be deceitful and downright mean): goblins/hobgoblins, trolls, ogres, kelpies, any from the Unseelie Court. These fairies are usually easy to identify, as you will get a sickening feeling in their presence. Be sure not to accidentally invite these buggars into your home.

To read more about fairies, click on any of the links below.

Written and copyright © KittytheDreamer (May Canfield), 2013. All Rights Reserved.

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Questions & Answers

  • Can I make a fairy home? Will it attract fairies?

    Yes, you can make one or use a birdhouse. It will attract fairies if you give them enough space in your garden.

  • Could you find a fairy at the park?

    Fairies can be found anywhere in nature and sometimes in urban places, too!

  • How do you make sure that you only invite well-natured faeries into your home?

    You can make sure by doing a cleansing ritual on your house, using a smudge bundle and then blessing the house. This removes and repels any negative energies from your house.

  • How do you know if a fairy is near?

    If you are out in nature, you will typically hear far-away music or singing. You might see a fairy mushroom ring or feel light-headed and giddy. You can also feel the ominous presence of a territorial elemental.

  • Are fairies ugly?

    Some are, yes. They are also shapeshifters and can take on different forms.

© 2013 Kitty Fields

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    mariel grace 

    2 months ago

    I do believe they exist . When my moher was pregnant at me , she saw it in her own eyes . she try to catch it and cover it with cloth when she finally catch it but suddenly this sparkly thing that she saw become a big bee . It was a big coincedence because when i was born december 20 1995 . a lot of butterflies came in into our house , my mom says its to many of them , it stay there for 3 days , it has different colors , big and small . when i grow up i often dream that i was in different world , totally different , its like they want me to be part of thier world , on my 18 birthday a butterfly visit me at home at night ,, too bad i was not there anymore at my parents house , my father said it keeps flying to the room where i was born ,

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    Kitty Fields 

    5 months ago from Summerland

    TheLadyVamp - If it's happening every night at 3 am, I would be wary that it's not a fairy. Fairies are typically most active during the twilight hours - dusk and dawn. And on the summer solstices and equinoxes. A spirit that comes out at night around 3 am is of a more sinister quality...usually. If I were you I would clean and smudge the house with sage. You can google how. Make sure to open a window while you do it to let the spirit exit the house or you'll just piss it off. Good luck!

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    TheLadyVamp 

    5 months ago

    I need some advice; Its about my almost 3 year old grand daughter. She been waking up between 3 am to 3:30 am every night. She says they want to play. She then goes and sleeps with her mom and dad. But last night was more intense. and she only wanted me, so while in my room she asked me if i see them. I asked her who she said the fairies. I have always been able to see spirits and shadows, I have never seen a fairy. So i have had trouble with believe in them. Any way, you would have to been her to see the look on her face and her actions. She truly looked as if she was seeing then and even followed them around the room with her eyes. She finally said as the sun was coming up they had to go and she went to sleep. I do not know what to do.

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    Ddia 

    5 months ago

    i moved into a new house recently,and It doesn't seem to be like there's any fairies,but I think this will be helpful trying to invite fairies into my home,thanks for the info

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    Cassidy Osborn 

    5 months ago

    I have had experiences like some sparkly jewelry going missing, I eat seperate meals from my parents because Iḿ vegan and they eat regular stuff and my stuff somehow finds its way off of planet Earth, and I recently made brownies and only had one piece gone and the next day I woke up and there was two pieces missing. I asked my mom about it and she said she hadn´t touched it.

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    Jennifey 

    7 months ago from Indiana

    This is pretty on point, but they don't trust humans because of the way humans treated them, or, I should say 'mistreated'. Faeries and humans walked the Earth, side by side at one point in time. Faeries taught humans about plants and their (health) benefits, etc. But, humans and their egos, ruined a beautiful relationship between the two. That's why there are 'dark' faeries. They aren't necessarily bad, they just are disgusted by human beings and their selfish ways.

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    Tiana Mihajlovic 

    23 months ago

    I want to attract a fairy to my house, my mother is very spiritual and loves angles does that help with attracting fairies? Also I want to attract a fairy to my room but I don't know what should do to attract it to my room? Please help me

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    Kitty Fields 

    3 years ago from Summerland

    meetthegods - Thanks so much. Let me know if you attract a brownie...I'd like to have one in my house again! :)

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    Ralph 

    3 years ago from Netherlands

    Lovely article, I will sure keep it in mind and try to attract one.

    Until now i've seen 1 once during a 'Procession' (a number of 'people' coming together to worship or celebrate). Now hopefully soon one can come to my house.

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    Kitty Fields 

    3 years ago from Summerland

    rdsparrowriter - Thank you so much!

    hidesofpa - Ditto, my friend! :)

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    rdsparrowriter 

    3 years ago

    I must say that this is creative and interesting information for all who love fairies and the magical worlds :)

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    hidesofpa 

    3 years ago

    I would love to have fairies in my house, especially the fairy that could help me with kids.

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    funnybunny1055 

    3 years ago

    i am obsessed with faries this has lead me to the information thank you so much u brighten my life i might finally be able to find a real life FAIRY!!!!

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    Kitty Fields 

    4 years ago from Summerland

    It's always a possibility!

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    Janis 

    4 years ago from California

    I would love to have fairies in my house.

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    OllieTrolley 

    4 years ago

    Oh, this is so lovely! I wish with all my heart I could see a fairy, Just to dance or play with one would be amazing. Sadly I'm young and my mom frowns upon stuff like this. When I'm older, and move out, I'll definitely work on inviting fairies into my home and garden!

    ... These are going to be the longest 3 years of my life... .-.

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    PISUPATI SRINIVAS BHATT 

    5 years ago from HYDERABAD

    very good info, kudos.

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    Kitty Fields 

    5 years ago from Summerland

    Thanks for reading and for sharing, WhiteMuse. :)

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    WhiteMuse 

    5 years ago

    I have to read this whole article later. I've seen fairies all the time. I have to stop too much communication. I saw them after Berkeley Psychic. It takes a time. But I know they are there. I am partly Irish and even though I didn't hear about it from them. I have had people ask me about the photos though and I don't think you can really photograph them but that is what they would look like sometimes.

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    MysticMoonlight 

    5 years ago

    Thanks kitty, I think I'll start leaving the doors to my jewelry box open and see what happens :) Think I have some moss agate, will have to give that a try as well.

    Much appreciation always.

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    Kitty Fields 

    5 years ago from Summerland

    MysticMoonlight - From my experience, the shinier and brighter the crystal or stone the better. They also like green stones, such as emeralds and moss agate. I've found that they like looking at my sparkly jewelry more so than the crystals I have on my altars! LOL. Thanks for reading!

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    MysticMoonlight 

    5 years ago

    Thanks for this information, kitty. I'm working on getting to know the Fairies better so your Fairy knowledge is coming in really handy! Do you happen to know what or which crystals or gemstones, etc. Fairies prefer? I'm curious if you've had any luck with specific stones or crystals, if you do not mind sharing that information with me, of course. Thanks so much, blessings to you.

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    Kitty Fields 

    5 years ago from Summerland

    Silverfish - Awesome! Straight from the mother-land of brownies! Hehe. It sounds for sure like you have one...leave him some treats to let him know you appreciate him. Thanks for sharing!

    cryptid - Could be fairies, could be ghosts...you never know. Thanks for reading, friend!

    scraw - One has to be very trained and in tune with the spiritual world to see fairies with the naked eye. Children are usually more prone to seeing them, and those who are adept to visiting the astral plane and otherworlds. I believe that fairies are able to step between the planes...so they are not bound to the astral nor the physical plane...they sort of skip between the two as they please. Hopefully that helps.

    heidithorne - Me too! I've yet to meet my brownie...I get a lot of pixies and such in my yard and sometimes in my house but never the brownie. Thanks for reading!

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    Heidi Thorne 

    5 years ago from Chicago Area

    I definitely want to invite the fairies that clean house. Maybe my dogs and houseplants will lure 'em in. :) Cute and interesting hub!

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    sean crawford 

    5 years ago from los angeles

    Hello my fellow hubber. Are these ferries inner Earth beings or are they from the astral plane. Can they be seen with physical eyes? I am aware of certain entities that can be harmful or helpful, but I am not familiar with these types.

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    cryptid 

    5 years ago from Earth

    My cat does act strangely, but the missing food is usually my fault. You always get me wondering about what might be living in my home, besides the critters I know about! Enjoyed this Hub, as usual.

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    Silver Fish 

    5 years ago from Edinburgh Scotland

    This is lovely Kitty, I think I even have a Scottish Brownie living with me- I do live in Scotland after all. My house is a little cluttered for fairie folk, but I always have some seasonal offerings- my fresh easter tree has started to blossom, flowers and candles.

    I have noticed chores being done whan no family member has claimed to have done them. I may make his welcome more comfortable!!

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