This upcycled dollhouse project was fun! And hard work, but all worth it since it will be enjoyed for a long time(hopefully)!
On to the “finale”- the reveal!
The house got “walls” inside, for this reason: it makes the rooms more defined. I originally did wanted to add inside walls, but the cardboard walls did not work(kept bending), so these fabric ones work better. I made it removable so Lella can take it off if she wants too. Basically the walls are just fabric hung over jewelery wire, glue dots keep the fabric together.
Then I added curtains to the front so it can be closed up when not played with. (We have a toddler brother in the house, so what he can’t see, he can’t wreck, lol!)
Laced curtaining with a butterfly motif was hung with stretch wire. I attached hooks to the sides, so one could take it out of the way when opened and played with.
This will serve as a dollhouse for now, but it has a chair and a mirror too, for later when L is a bit bigger and wants to use it as a desk or vanity table.
I hope you enjoyed this series! I would love to hear from you, which room do you like best?
If you have missed some posts in the series you can find it here:
Part 1- Floor and walls
Part 2- Dining room
Part 3- Bedrooms
Part 4- The Bathroom
Part 5- The Lounge
Part 6- The Kitchen
Part 7- The Outside