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Two ways to hide dollhouses in furniture

Want space for the kids to play house? Look at your home through their eyes, and you can create new places for play in furniture you have. In a child’s room or living room, these dollhouse ideas are easy to set up, tidy up and hide away.

Wish IKEA furniture were smaller? Some of it comes as miniature furniture! IKEA HUSET doll’s furniture has a living room set with tiny versions of a pink sofa, green coffee table, white bookcase, red heart-shaped cushion and a striped rug.
Wish IKEA furniture were smaller? Some of it comes as miniature furniture! IKEA HUSET doll’s furniture has a living room set with tiny versions of a pink sofa, green coffee table, white bookcase, red heart-shaped cushion and a striped rug.

1. Drawer dwellings. Mansion? Apartments? Drawer units can be all kinds of dollhouses (secured to the wall, of course). They help make space for several kids to play together, too. A washi tape outline on the wall adds to the homey feel. For clean up, just toss everything in the drawers. Done.

2. Cosy cabinets. When is a cabinet not a cabinet? When there’s a doll family living inside! You can even decorate the shelf edges to add architectural details. After playtime, collect any stray dolls or furniture and shut the doors.

We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and your right to return the products will be lost.