Cabin styles are a great choice for girls or boys who appreciate the rustic look of frontier homes or mountain cabins. Evoking play stories of the past, cabin dollhouses can be outfitted with homespun furnishings for an authentic finish. All of our cabin kits are 1-inch scale, and require 8-30 hours to assemble.
Sweet and charming, cottage dollhouse kits are our smallest homes. Perfectly sized for a favorite doll’s domicile, these cottages are generally 1-inch scale and require approximately 8-10 hours to assemble.
The grandest of all our dollhouse kits, these painted ladies stand as majestic as the real thing. With ornate details and plenty of rooms, these heirloom dollhouses are usually 1-inch scale or ½-inch scale. Some of the smaller houses may take as little as 14 hours to assemble, but for the larger houses, expect to spend 30 to 40 hours to complete.
Bring coastal tradition to life with a lighthouse kit. New England style lighthouses make an interesting alternative to a standard dollhouse, and small lightkeeper’s houses are a perfect accompaniment. Our lighthouse kits are available in 1-inch scale or ½-inch scale, and feature electrical wiring kits for a real, working beacon.
Farmhouse kits provide more space for your doll family, generally consisting of 3 floors of living space. Farmhouse kits are available in 1-inch scale or ½-inch scale, and require approximately 10-13 hours to assemble.
Shop our wide selection for a miniature abode to call your own. In addition to traditional houses, you can find kits for a firehouse, a barn, a general store, and much more!
|Dollhouse Sizes and Scales|
|Playscale||1:6||1 inch = 6 inches||Largest scale, designed for play with fashion dolls, or Barbies.|
|1-inch scale||1:12||1 inch = 1 foot||Most common scale for traditional dollhouses, furniture, and kits.|
|¾-inch scale||1:16||1 inch = 16 inches||Commonly used in vintage dollhouses made from the 1930s to the 1950s. Currently used by the Brinca Dada company for their line of modern dollhouses.|
|½-inch scale||1:24||1 inch = 2 feet||Also called half scale, this size is popular for coordinating with other scaled hobby pieces, like “G” or garden scale railways.|
|¼-inch scale||1:48||1 inch = 4 feet||The smallest scale, this size aligns with “O” scale railways and accessories.|