Or the M112 Pod, my second favourite dollhouse, ever.
But I did pick up this Barbie dollhouse for Hannah for $8.50 at the local Salvos about a year or two ago. It’s got almost no furniture left, stickers are in the wrong spot and the front door and fold out counter is missing. No Barbie doll either. (But the phone and microwave work…)
I didn’t think I could make this into something designer-esque and chic, but mazzie22 has shown me the error of my ways! I found her Flickr set this morning and am particular inspired by how she’s changed hers.
Look, look look!
I’m so inspired.
And of course, to celebrate Barbie’s 50th Anniversary, he was invited to the Barbie full-sized House, designed and decorated by extraordinaire designer, Jonathan Adler!
The Barbie House:
You can’t see this here… but that sunburst mirror above the fireplace is made from Barbie dolls!
And those chandeliers are made from Barbie hair! I hope it isn’t real hair. That would be kinda disturbing!