Our American Girl Doll House

aka 'The Dolly Dorm'

{ The Beginning }

In the fall of 2011, we were browsing the internet for doll items when we stumbled across a photo of a young girl and her doll house that her dad built for her American Girl® dolls.  (many months later, we realized that this young girl was actually a friend we made over the internet - thanks Lindsey Z. for inspiring us!!) As we contemplated the design, we were blown away by the possibilities!  This idea had never occurred to us and as we mulled it over, we got more and more excited.  We could not only house our dolls there with all their furniture and accessories, but we could also incorporate designing and decorating which totally appealed to us as artists!  It was also in this early idea phase that we decided we didn't want to call it a 'doll house' but wanted to call it something that could 'grow' with us....and the name; "The Dolly Dorm" was decided upon.

We decided what room The Dolly Dorm should be in and then went about the task of figuring out how wide, how deep and how high it could/should be.  We really wanted three floors but didn't want it to be too high that we could not reach the top floor easily.  The width of our 'Dorm' would unfortunately be limited by the space between the bedroom closet and a window on the wall where we'd put this new feature.  The depth was determined by the depth of the side wall between the closet door frame and the wall we wanted to put the Dorm on.  We decided that we wanted the individual rooms' ceiling height to be 24" which meant that by the time we had three levels, we would still be able to reach the third floor by using a little step stool.  In the end, the overall dimensions would end up being; 81" wide x 77" high x 24" deep.

We asked a family friend to help us build our Dolly Dorm and off we went to buy the supplies.  This is also when we realized that it would need to be built in three separate sections and then stacked on top of each other once in the room - otherwise, it would not be able to get up the steps and through the bedroom door!  Glad we thought about this before Mr. M started cutting the wood.

The weeks passed and we anxiously awaited word on our project being completed.  We were crossing our fingers to have it arrive just after Christmas!  It did and we set about painting a base coat of primer.  After that, we decided to paint the entire thing - inside and out - in the same color of off-white.  Then we could do the individual rooms as we decided their colors.  By early February 2012, this is what the Dolly Dorm looked like!

American Girl doll house pictures! Read 18 inch doll diaries at our American Girl Doll House. Visit our 18 inch dolls dollhouse!

The rooms are called and/or referred to as follows:
  • The "Kanani" room, top left and the kitchen, top right.   
  • The "zebra" room, middle left and the bathroom, middle right.  
  • The laundry room, bottom left and the family room, bottom right.  

As stated above, all rooms are 24" deep x 24" tall.  Their widths are as follows:

  • The "Kanani" room - 36"
  • The Kitchen - 43.5"
  • The "Zebra" room - 48"
  • The Bathroom - 31.5"
  • The Laundry room - 23.5"
  • The Family Room - 55.5"

By the middle of March 2012, we had added quite a bit to the kitchen; a stove, a wall shelf, a little wall cabinet, and handmade cork board (complete with photographs of our overseas sponsored children) and the hanging parrot cage from American Girl doll Cécile's collection.

American Girl doll house pictures! Read 18 inch doll diaries at our American Girl Doll House. Visit our 18 inch dolls dollhouse!

By the end of January 2013, we added some fun new items to 'The Zebra Room' like the little zebra patterned jewelry box that was a perfect 'dresser' for the dolls, a 'window' which is actually a table-top size picture frame from Target®, a little black 'locker' chandelier & little black 'locker' rug from the back-to-school area at Wal-Mart® and zebra patterned bedding for the bunk beds that we made ourselves.  We modified the cute arm chair that was found at a yard sale.  If you look really close in the very first photo, you'll see that the arm chair is actually an all-over light blue fabric.  We actually had an old 3-ring binder that had a vinyl cover with the hearts/zebra pattern that was worn out so we cut the vinyl out in shapes and taped them onto the chair to create a 'cover' for our arm chair to match the room.  Later, we decided discarded our 'cut-outs' in favor of painting the chair entirely ourselves and we love how it turned out.

American Girl Dollhouse

At the same time, we added some items to "The Kanani Room" like the pink rug, some 'beachy' wall decor, a shell wreath and an adorable little Capiz shell wind chime. 

American Girl doll house pictures! Read 18 inch doll diaries at our American Girl Doll House. Visit our 18 inch dolls dollhouse!

In addition, we had received lots of fun American Girl doll house items for Christmas and were able to add even more to the Dolly Dorm.  Some other new items we got were for the bathroom; the American Girl Bathroom Vanity (now retired) and the American Girl Salon Center Styling Caddy (now retired) and the American Girl Bubble Bathtub and Shower Curtain (also now retired).

UPDATE 7/29/2016:

We have had a lot of readers ask us about how we store/organize all our doll goodies.  One of the things we did a couple years ago was to purchase some tubs.  We measured the distance from the top of our dorm to the ceiling and then headed to the local Walmart.  We were happy to find some tubs that were an acceptable color and were NOT see-thru.  Turns out that we were able to fit (5) of them across the top.  We have them labeled so that we don't have to pull each one down when we are looking for something.  One is even labeled "Projects" and that is where we keep things that are 'in process' or we want to create in the future.  These tubs have been awesome for helping keep us organized!

American Girl doll house pictures! Read 18 inch doll diaries at our American Girl Doll House. Visit our 18 inch dolls dollhouse!



(This page is a work in progress so keep checking back as we add more info and photos to this page!)

97 comments:

  1. Your doll house is sooo cool. I really want one. I like how you decorated and named all the rooms.Can't wait to see more. :)

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    1. Hi Mackenzie! Thank you for your comments! ;) We hope to continue to add more photos and info to this page over the next few weeks. Even today, the Dorm is a "work in progress"! ~D3 Team :)

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  2. I'm so glad you shared this, it's interesting to see that it's not enormous because it comes off much larger in the photos! Fun to see how far it's come since you started too. I hear you on the whole "not too high" thing, I had looked at the PAX shelving units from IKEA until I started to do some actual measuring and was really glad I had vetoed that once I actually saw them at an IKEA, they are enormous. It's a fun scale to work in, but it does present some storage challenges.

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    1. Hi Flo! You are right.....sometimes doing the actual measuring and comparing it to the size/height of the dolls really helps to give you perspective for the minimum sizes and the maximum. You'll see later (when we post a current pull-back picture) how the overall height really worked well as it left room for 'storage' on the very top level. Thanks for your comment!! ~D3 Team :)

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  3. I want one for my birthday SO BADLY. You are an inspiration and i want to start a doll blog myself.

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    1. Hi Alicia, We hope you are able to enjoy one too! It doesn't have to be as big as ours...maybe you have measurements in your room that you have to stay within like we did. We wish we had more room for a boys room for Trey! And a home-school room too! But we don't have the space. Please let us know if you ever make a dollhouse...we'd love to see it! ~D3 Team ♥

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  4. Hi - can you tell me the width of both the smaller and the larger rooms?

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    1. Hi there! Thanks for asking as we're sure others want to know too! We have added them to the text above! ~D3 Team ♥

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  5. Hi Dolly Dorm Diaries! I LOVE your doll house. Where did you get the kitchen stove? It is so adorable!

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    1. It is totally cute!! You would love it even more in person! We got it a long time ago and we don't see it anywhere online now....BUT, if you go to eBay and look up the seller named "Lovvbugg", she has one very similar that is super cute too! HTH! ~D3 Team ♥

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  6. I wish I could get and decorate a dollhouse as beautiful as yours. there is just no room!

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    1. Hi there, You know what? Not everyone can take on such a big project like we did. In truth, we could not have done it without a lot of help from our family. You know what you could do though? Just find a corner in your room and choose to do it as a bedroom or craft room or school room and just decorate that one room. Then you could change it up the next month. That would be fun! You could use material or foam board or scrapbook paper for the walls. I bet you could do a room just as fun as ours if you let your creativity come out!! Try it and let us know how it goes! ~D3 Team ♥

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  7. OMG! I love your dollhouse! It's so colourful and organized, and you added some really cool interior design decor, for example the bird cage in the kitchen! I especially love how much the dollhouse has changed since you started! Again I love it so much you have such great taste in colour choice and furniture arrangement. My favourite room is the Kanani's room because I love the beach! #most-epic-doll-house-ever! Lol! :) I can't wait to see what you do to it next! Totally awesome!

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    1. Hi there! How sweet are you?!?!? Thank you for your kind comments. We love designing the rooms and finding all the little detailed items. We still have lots of stuff to do in certain rooms though.....like the bathroom walls and floor & the family room wall color - omgoodness, we just cannot decide what color to go with in there! I guess if we don't like it, we can simply paint over it again, right?? :) Keep checking back. We want to do room tours on our Youtube channel so that all our followers can get ideas for their own doll rooms! ~D3 Team ♥

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    2. I really love your dollhouse! I would LOVE one like that. I have 5 dolls, Molly, Caroline, Addy, Isabelle, Kaya, and hopefully I buy Grace. You can find me at my blog littledollsontheprairie.com. I really want to do something like that!

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    3. Loved your camping trip post.....what fun!! ~D3 Team♥

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    4. i love your blog

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  8. I love your dollhouse! I am working on mine right now. I will post on my blog when in is done.
    ~Charis Rae
    (ouragdollhouse.blogspot.com)

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  9. Thank you!! Be sure to share photos on your blog so we can all see the progress!! ~D3 Team ♥

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  10. What wood did you use? How did you get your wood to be smooth? I used pretty rough plywood and I wondered what wood you used.
    Thanks!

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    1. Good question! It is made out of 1/2" plywood that had smooth sides. We still had to sand it to make sure it was super smooth for the walls. Then we primed it with Kilz and then painted in a semi-gloss or eggshell. HTH!! ♥

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    2. Thanks! Mine was rough plywood. I primed it and painted it. One room is put together, yay! I still have to finish the others though. Thanks so much!
      ~Charis Rae

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    3. How is your doll house/dorm coming Charis? Sounds like you have been working really hard! ☺

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    4. We are almost done! We have one more room to build! The kitchen/dining room/living room, the ballet room, and the 1st bedroom is done. We have one more to build, the 2nd bedroom. I'm so excited! I can't wait to start furnishing it over the fall and winter!

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    5. How exciting! The best part is doing all the decorating!! We're STILL doing it!!!! :)

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  11. Hi, I'm a young mom and AG is a passion of mine. I'm thinking of starting a blog, but was wondering how to juggle it with mothering, etc. If you don't have children, do you know of any AG/Mom bloggers, or do you have tips on time management in general? Your blog is one of my favorites, sp I thought I'd ask you first! Thanks, Emily

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    1. Hi Emily! We are so glad that you have a passion for AG! We do too and it is so nice to meet others that have the same passion. Unfortunately, sometimes life and it's busy-ness do get in the way though! I think you'd do fine, even with having to juggle your sweet children. Only advice that we would give is that the blogs we like have a great balance between their photos and their stories/reviews/crafts, etc. Also we have read that it is really important to post often.....unfortunately, we have really been blowing that one this summer. So many activities have kept us from sharing. So, just set realistic expectations and do it because you enjoy it and not for any other reasons. We are a mother/daughter team and that's what we do and we love it. We have such fun together with all our Dolly Dorm Diaries girls!! HTH!!!!

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  12. I love your blog so much and I have been begging my dad if he could make me an american girl doll house. Also I have been wanting my own doll blog through blogspot and I was wondering witch template you used on blogspot because I love the design you used for your blog and I hope to be as successful as your blog.

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    1. Hello there! First, thanks so much for your sweet comment! I sure hope your dad is able to make you an American Girl Doll House so your dollies have a cool place to hang out! Blog-spot has lots of different themes. We used one of their basic "Simple" themes and then customized it the way we wanted it to look. It can be a bit overwhelming but if you persevere, you'll get the hang of it! Good luck my dear!!! ~D3 Team ♥

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    2. i would totally go on your blog you are making

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  13. hi I'm Hallie. I am getting an a g doll house. have any tips?

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    1. Hi Hallie! How exciting for you!!!! We are thrilled you'll have such a fun place for your dollies to live! We have shared a lot of our tips above. I'd be sure to make your rooms big enough for any furniture you already have AND get measurements on any pieces you'd like to add to your doll house in the future. An example would be- we love McKenna's loft bed but we cannot fit it in our dorm cause it's too tall. Just keep furniture sizes in mind when you design your rooms from the very beginning! ~D3 Team ♥

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    2. thank you so much i will tell my grampa
      -hallie

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  14. This is so neat. I love how the house isn't all frilly and typical, but looks like a real home... please post more pictures SOON!!

    ~Lizzy

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    1. Thanks Lizzy!! We'll do our best to post more soon! ~D3 Team ♥

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  15. Hello! Your house is my inspiration doll-house! :) I've been wanting to ask, where did you get your white kitchen table? I've been looking for a table for my dollhouse kitchen and I'm not sure which style to go with, but have always loved yours. Thank you.

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    1. Hi Claudia Amaya! First, thank you so much for your sweet words about our doll house dorm! It's been a work-in-progress over many years! The kitchen table and chairs came as part of a "doll baby" set that came from Costco.....it had the table and chairs as well as a cradle and highchair. We outgrew the 'baby' things and sold them on Craigslist but the table was great for our girls at the dorm. However, I will tell you that the scale is a little bit bigger than what it should be for the girls. We are actually considering sawing off about 1" from all four legs so that the table is a better height for our girls. The chairs are also just that bit 'too big' but hey, they are cute and work well enough! You can find this set often on Craigslist by searching "American Girl doll table". In addition, you can do the same search on eBay. In fact, there is a set right now for sale on eBay but we think it's a bit pricey since it would need painting PLUS it's not American Girl brand. Here is the linkie: http://www.ebay.com/itm/ADORABLE-VINTAGE-PAINTED-WHITE-WOOD-DOLL-TABLE-CHAIRS-AMERICAN-GIRL-DOLLS-/161847656908?hash=item25aedf41cc:g:ddUAAOSwyQtV6T0O Hope that helps! ~D3 Team♥

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    2. Not sure how I missed your reply! Thank you for taking the time to respond! I know what to look out for now when searching for the kitchen table. :) I can see how the chairs are a little high for the dolls. I just love looking at your dollhouse. You did such a phenomenal job on it. Thanks again for your reply and detailed info!

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    3. So glad you found it helpful! Our dorm is a work in progress.....we are always changing and moving things around! ~D3 Team♥

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  16. um do you decorate the dorm with Halloween decorations

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    1. Yes, yes we do! We are going to be working on setting it up in the next week! ~D3 Team♥

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  17. so have you eever haerd of yuo tube kids
    -hallie kay -
    ps answer asap please

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  18. you tube kids is very very very similar to you tube but it doesn't have anything inappropriate . also wil you post pics of the house in the
    Halloween decorations
    -hallie kay-


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  19. Hi i am Grace iam haveing a good time reading your coments and storys

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  20. Hi I am having a good time on this blog

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    1. Hello Grace! So happy you are enjoying our stories!! ~D3 Team♥

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  21. Our dollhouse is in a basement, and there isn't a lot of light for videos and photos. We really want to take photos and videos though! Any tips for what we should do to brighten up the space?
    Thanks a million!
    ~The Girls

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    1. You could get some very inexpensive shop lights from your local hardware store and shine those on your American Girl dollhouse from each side of the room you want to photograph. Normally just using a desk lamp is not bright enough. Let us know what you do and if it works!

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    2. Thank you Dolly Dorm Diaries for the ideas! We will look for those at our local hardware store, and let you know what we come up with!
      Thanks again!

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  22. Love it!!!!!! My dad tried making one but it turned out more of a bookshelf... �� lol

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    1. Hey, a bookshelf is a great place to set up rooms for your dolls!! How fun!! ~D3 Team♥

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  23. I got my own doll house finally ,but it has one spare room. Have any Ideas I should do with it ? plus were did you get that tabel

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    1. Oh, that is so awesome for you! Hum, what rooms do you have so far? What about a craft room, art room or a reading room with comfy chairs and lots of books?

      The kitchen table and chairs came as part of a "doll baby" set that came from Costco a long time ago.....it had the table and chairs as well as a cradle and highchair. We outgrew the 'baby' things and sold them on Craigslist but the table was great for our girls at the dorm. However, I will tell you that the scale is a little bit bigger than what it should be for the girls. We are actually considering sawing off about 1" from all four legs so that the table is a better height for our girls. The chairs are also just that bit 'too big' but hey, they are cute and work well enough! You can find this set often on Craigslist by searching "American Girl doll table" or you can do the same search on eBay. In fact, there is a set right now for sale on eBay but we think it's a bit pricey since it would need painting. Hope that helps!! ~D3 Team♥

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  24. I have one bedroom a sewing room kitchen living room and a spare room I was talking about

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    1. That's a LOT of rooms! We need a sewing/craft room but ran out of rooms for it so the girls have to clear off the kitchen table to do their sewing and crafts! ~D3 Team♥

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    2. my grampa made the house weirdly the weird thing is he made to let me take out the walls so also check out my youtube channel it is called Hallie day

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    3. We couldn't find your Youtube channel. Tell us again what to look for! Maybe give us the name of the video?

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  25. Hi! I have a quick question :)
    My grandpa is building me a dollhouse for my birthday and he really likes how smooth yours looks, so he wanted me to ask what material/type of wood did you use? :)
    ~Jaclynn~

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    1. Hi Jaclynn!! How exciting that your grandpa is going to help build a dollhouse for your girls!! So, we used 1/2" paint grade plywood. We primed it with Kilz. We used some left-over interior house paint and painted (2) coats of off-white or cream eggshell paint all over; inside, outside and the backside too. Then we used those little craft store paints for the individual rooms cause it was cheaper than buying a quart of real interior house paint for each room. We're always on a budget! You can also go to carpet stores and ask to see their remnants for getting small pieces of carpet for your bedrooms, etc. Have fun!! ~D3 Team♥

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    2. I can't thank you enough for your help!! I believe we start building this Saturday and I am beyond excited! :D
      ~Jaclynn~

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    3. We're excited for you!! Can't wait to read about your progress!

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  26. Hi! I love your dollhouse!! I have 7 18 inch dolls, and need space for them, and this seems amazing, but complicated. Is it ok to use bookshelves too? And do the rest just the same? Thank you!!!
    -Kara ❤

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    1. Hello Kara! Yes, we have friends who have used bookcases. The biggest challenge in doing so is that the "shelves" are not quite a deep as what we made. So, furniture like beds will need to be arranged on the back "wall" since they are always about 21" wide which would be too deep for a side wall on a bookcase. Otherwise, you can do everything we have done! Have fun with it!!! ~D3 Girls♥

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  27. Hi there! Your doll house is absolutely amazing! I was wondering if you could PLEASE tell me where I can get the doll wall shelf and wall cabinet?! SO cute! Thanks! :)

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    1. Hello Alice0579! Awww, thank you SO MUCH for your sweet comment! We had ours made out of plywood that you can find at Lowes or Home Depot. But we have heard that some people use shelving units from Ikea. Only caution for those would be that they are not as deep as some of the AG furniture like beds. But if you can put your bed on the back wall, it could work just fine! Good luck!!! ~D3 Team ♥

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  28. Hello! I adore your little house! And your photos and blog are fantastic :) Anyway, I was wondering if you could tell me where you got the little shelf and cabinet that are in your doll kitchen? Thank you!
    Christina

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    1. Hi Christina L! Okay, so it's been a long time but we feel pretty sure that the shelf came from Michael's from their bare wood stuff isle. After we bought this one we went back to get a few more (a couple months later) and the ones they had were much bigger and not the correct scale. Having said this, you might find one of eBay. Now, the little cabinet definitely came from eBay but we have also seen very similar ones for sale and very affordable at Hobby Lobby. Hope that helps!!!

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    2. Found the one we bought on eBay. Here is he link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/GRATED-MINI-CABINET-WITH-SHELVES-DISTRESSED-RED-W-EMBOSSED-PATTERN-6-1-2-H-/370756637810?hash=item5652d15472:g:DpQAAOxyjzNRGAuU

      We took out the inserts in the doors and just left them open. I will tell you that it was SUPER hard to paint..the red paint keep bleeding thru the white paint and it took like 3-4 coats to cover it.

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  29. I am building a dollhouse, any tips for organizational purposes? Inline your by the way! I'm so glad you're posting again!

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  30. Hiya! The best advice we could give you would to be to take into consideration the furniture pieces you already have and those that you might see yourself acquiring in the future when planning the depth and height of the rooms. For instance, let's say you had McKenna's bed, you'd want to be sure and have your ceiling height high enough that there would be at least 5 inches above the bed so McKenna could get in bed to sleep! For storage, we use tubs that fit on top of the dorm between the top shelf and the ceiling. Those tubs are so helpful to keep extra goodies and accessories for different holiday's. Hope this helps! ~D3 Team♥

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    1. Thanks! Lol I do have mckenna's bed... Wasn't sure what to do with it! I seriously love your blog!!!

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    2. Added a photo of some of our storage bins we use to organize on top of our American Girl Doll House. Hope that is a helpful visual!

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    3. Yes, thank you so much! We are in the middle of the building process and I MADE SURE that my bind would fit!

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    4. Good job!! Glad you thought about it before starting to cut the wood! :)

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  31. LOL! Well, we're happy you like coming here! :)

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  32. i wanted to ask you where you got your kitchen stove, shelving, and fridge. also where did you get your bunkbeds from, also where did you get your bookshelves in the seashell room, where you got the couch that you have in most of your posts, the grayish couch. and finally where you got the washer and dryer??

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    1. Hello Aussiegirl! That's a LOT of questions, lol! But that is totally okay with us! Here is the quick answer to your questions; Kitchen Stove & Fridge - pretty sure it was eBay, Kitchen Shelving - Michael's Crafts, the Kanani Room bookshelves were a gift from Grammy but you can find something similar on eBay if you search for either trinket displays or jewelry boxes, the Couch is definitely an eBay find and they still show up fairly often in either gray or navy blue, Washer/Dryer was bought online. Can't remember the brand name right but if you go back and read through the comments on this page (a lot of people had the same questions as you) you might find that specific info. Also, go to the posts about Isabelle coming to visit (there are either 3 or 4 posts) and there are a lot of answers to questions about the furniture there too. If you cannot find some or any of them, comment back to us and we'll 'fill in the blanks'.

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  33. Please post new pictures soon! I love your dollhouse, its so cute. I'm going to be making a dollhouse soon, and I can't wait to decorate it. Thank you so much for sharing, it has given me tons of ideas. I can't wait to see what the Dolly Dorm looks like now.

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    1. Hi Jessica! We just added a new photo showing the tubs we use to organize. You can see some of the updated rooms in this photo but we need to take some more really up-close ones soon! We are super happy that you have been able to get some good ideas for building your own doll house. Hope you enjoy!

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  34. Just noticed - it looks like the Eleventh Doctor is visiting the doll house? Awesome!! ;)

    ~Lizzy

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    1. You have a keen eye, Lizzy! Yes, in fact, Eleven visits often and sometimes he brings Amy along with him for a visit! :)

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  35. OK so I need tips for decorating d keeping my doll house organized do you have any tips?
    -Hallie

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    1. The only tip we have on organizing is to put like things in boxes or tubs like we do. Also, when we are done playing for the day, it's fun to sort of straighten up and put away any clothes that "the girls" (or guys) left laying around. Also, setting up a scene is always fun; like leaving the girls chatting in the kitchen or chillin' on the couch! Also, we love SWIFFERS! They help us keep the dorm dust free! ~D3 Team♥

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  36. PLEASE GIVE HER TIPS OUR DOLL HOUSE IS ALL MOST ALWAYS A MESS AND UNORGANIZED GIVE JER TIPS PLEASE!!! or not what ever makes you happy.
    -the Dolls🌈

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  37. ok i just saw what my dolls posted i laghed so hard

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  38. Your Dollhouse is adorable!! I love Kanani's room and the kitchen the best, but all the rooms are so adorable!

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    1. Hello there! Thank you so much!! We love our Dorm too! We hope to one day do a tour going room by room! Keep checking back! ~D3 Team ♥

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  39. Hey! I haven't been a follower for very long, but I read through all your posts a few weeks ago, and just wanted to say I miss you guys! :) <3 Hope to see you guys back again soon! ;)

    -American Girl Doll Crafter

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