Bring it all home with 3-D Chicago Dollhouses from Grow Books Press. The lightweight, recycled-paperboard houses include a two-flat, a single-family home, and a storefront that even an architect would envy.
The DIY whimsical cardboard creation from Forty-Two Roads comes with a downloadable PDF instruction set, so you can construct a kitchen, washer and dryer, or tollbooth with materials you’ve got around the house.
You want your kids to keep on the straight and narrow. But it’s okay to let them wander off the beaten path once in a while — into an eight-foot-tall Kids Crooked House with tilted walls and slanted windows.
Give your little one a long-lasting room of her own with Modern Playhouse. Without the distraction of built-in accessories like toy phones and sinks, it’s a blank stage that kids can turn into whatever they want.
The ecofriendly Toideloi Stackhouse Home features individual, stackable boxes that can morph into a sprawling estate, city walk-up, medieval castle, or modern chalet by simply interchanging rooms, balconies, and roofs.
It’s a doll’s world; you just live in it. Give Miss Priss’s little friends a place of their own with My Green Dollhouse, a three-story portable house made from lightweight, recycled cardboard that can be assembled or broken down in a snap.