With dollhouses, you've got two basic choices before you narrow your selection further: do you want a toy dollhouse or a collector dollhouse kit? There's plenty to consider, and this helpful article will help you decide.
Toy dollhouses, aside from select models that require some basic assembly, are ready for play right out of the box. For kids, toy dollhouses are the most popular option.
Collector dollhouse kits are primarily for the hobbyist, but these may prove to be an excellent choice for kids as well. If your child is old enough and willing to exercise some patience, building a kit dollhouse together can be an immensely satisfying experiences for both children and parents. Whatever you choose, be prepared for sparked imaginations!
Fortresses, pirate ships, tree houses, garages, and more. These playsets are what we offer in terms of boys doll houses. We like to think that these doll houses (or "action figure sets" if they prefer) are perfect for imaginative, cooperative play for boys and girls.
For some hobbyists, dollhouse kits aren't complete until the dollhouse lighting is installed and working properly. While some dollhouses have preinstalled lighting, all it takes is a little gumption and knowhow to light up any dollhouse. Just follow these illuminating tips.
Bring on the ornamentation. Known for their whimsical charm and elaborate architectural features, Victorian dollhouses are a long-time favorite among collectors and children alike. Find out what makes a dollhouse Victorian here.
Who knew there was dollhouse lingo? While a good chunk of this glossary is architectural terminology, these features and terms should be familiar to dollhouse collectors. If you're new to the dollhouse hobby, well, there couldn't be a better place to start with dollhouse tips.