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    • Floor plan
      By sara_lee
      First floor: Entry area, dining room, music room
      Second floor: Bathroom, bedroom, hallway/staircase area
      Third floor: Kitchen 
    • 1/12 Scale Farmhouse Kitchen Sink (Single Bowl)
      By BobbySpragg
      This is a modern Farmhouse style Kitchen Sink ready for your dollhouse or diorama. Made of white PLA.
      Measures 69mm long x 43mm wide x 21mm deep
      Print Time: 1hrs - 30min
      Filament Used: 12.58 Meters
      All of my items are created on a 3D Flashforge Creator Pro Printer. They are printed at 200 microns resolution which is very detailed.
      This item is sold unpainted.  This item is designed for 1/12 scale.
      MADE IN THE USA
      Can be found here:  https://www.etsy.com/listing/674192481/112-scale-farmhouse-kitchen-sink-single?ref=shop_home_active_14&crt=1

    • Hello Everyone, I’m so excited to be here
      By Lula
      Oh my goodness, I so happy I found this forum. Super excited to get to know all these creative minds.  I have zero experience building dollhouses - well as an art student 100 years ago in HS, I did create a miniature Shakespearian Scene for my English teacher. That’s it!
      My husband purchase this dollhouse for my at a Fleamarket. I’m planning on rehabbing it ;-) 
      xxx-ooo
       
    • Hi! I'm new to this site and have just rescued an old Schoenhut dollhouse
      By laurieb223
      Hello friends! I have recently acquired a large Shoenhut dollhouse with hard wiring. Since the wires are bare or frayed, I have decided to rewire this house for safety reasons. I have never hard wired a dollhouse, but have used tape wire in the ones I do own. Does anyone have any tips to get me started or point me in the right direction? Thank you, Laurie
       
    • Newbie in Ohio
      By DeniSue
      Hi! I'm new to the miniature and dollhouse world. I'm from Ohio. I never thought I would own a dollhouse even though I've always loved them. Surprisingly my mother bought me the Beacon Hill kit for my 52nd birthday. I was in complete shock! I have no idea where to start past reading the directions and thinking "oh my, what have I gotten myself into?" I need help starting from the very beginning.