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Home improvement as well as home decoration requires considerable knowledge of some tips and tricks in handling it. The selection of colors, furniture to the right interior design will make the house look alive and luxurious

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A Quick Tour Of Dollhouse Furniture. 7 Quick Tips

Dollhouse funiture Scales: Half Inch

Dollhouse scales are a way for you to know that the furniture you are buying will fit your dollhouse. On this website, all furniture items are on a 1 inch scale unless the title of the item says otherwise.

This item is built on a half inch, or 1:24 inch, scale. This means that half an inch of dollhouse furniture represents a foot of dollhouse furniture. This furniture item, as shown in the title, is built on a half inch (1:24) scale.

If you are not sure which scale your dollhouse corresponds to, simply measure the height from floor to ceiling on the 1st floor of your dollhouse. If your dollhouse uses a 1 inch scale, the height should be between 8 and 12 inches. Heights between 4-6 inches use a half inch scale; heights between 2-3 inches are on a quarter inch scale.

Dollhouse Dining Room Furniture

Dining rooms can add an air of sophisticationor charmto any dollhouse home. The majority of dining room sets are intended to look graceful and stylish; however, hand-painted or country-ish dining rooms give you another great option. This is a great area of your dollhouse to play make believewhether children are pretending to have company at dinner, or you are displaying a great tea set

Dollhouse Scales: Quarter Inch

Dollhouse manufacturers use scales to help you make sure you are buying the right sized items for your dollhouse. The most popular scale for both furniture and dollhouses is the 1 inch scale. At Dollhouse City, unless the title of the furniture item tells you it is inch or inch, the item is built on a 1 inch scale.

This furniture item has a quarter inch (1:48) scale. This means that one inch of dollhouse furniture is equivalent to four foot, or 48 inches, of furniture in real life. So, a 1 inch dollhouse sofa represents a 6 foot real sofa. Other scales include the 1 inch (1:12) and half inch (1:24) scales. To figure out which scale your dollhouse uses, figure out the height from floor to ceiling of one level of your dollhouse. A good way to determine which scale to use for your dollhouse is to measure the floor-to-ceiling height of your dollhouse.

Half inch scales will have heights between 4-6 inches; for a quarter inch scale, there should be 2-3 inches between floor and ceiling.

Dollhouse Colors: Black Furniture

Looking for a unique color for your dollhouse furniture? Black defiantly stands out and makes an impression. Most black dollhouse pieces have colorful artistic work. Though design has more of an impact on style then color, most black designs lend themselves away from a colonial or a Victorian look, but rater into a more modern look.

Bedroom Dollhouse Furniture

Every dollhouse needs a dollhouse bedroom. There are so many styles, colors, designs, and furniture pieces available that each bedroom set is truly unique. Each set has its own one-of-a-kind features, such as distinctive carving designs and specially tailored bedding.

Children’s and Nurserys Dollhouse Furniture

No room in your dollhouse will be more sweet or nostalgic than a childrens room or nursery. You can decorate the childrens room to look serene or lively, and the accessories available will enchant you (such as teddy bears, a copy of The Cat in the Hat, or a dolls dollhouse). A nursery can transform your dollhouse into a miniature home with its adorable baby furniture.

Dollhouse Kitchen Furniture

Within kitchen sets for dollhouses, there is a great assortment in terms of sizesome kits only include a couple pieces, while others have everything you could possibly think of A table and chairs are important to have in your kitchen if your dollhouse will not have a dining room. Some of the most fantastic dollhouse accessories belong in the kitchen (such as cookie tins for the cabinets and a gallon of milk for the fridge), so make sure you have room to exhibit them