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I never had a doll house when I was little. I didn’t really play with dolls – but I might have if I had a cool pad for them to hang out in. You’ve probably seen a basic doll house or two in your day, but I’d like to show you some truly unique ones. Whether it be overall look or materials, these doll houses have something a little extra special. For instance, this mouse tree house above was inspired by Brambly Hedge and built completely from scratch, including most of the furniture and decorations. The process was intricate and you can see it here.
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Frida’s Place 1 of 9Cuban-American artist Elsa Mora built this doll house as a replica of Frida Kahlo's studio.
See more images at Elsa's blog
Gnome Home 2 of 9Gnomes live in the woods, so naturally their house is a tree house. This doll house is made from the salvaged branches of hazelnut and alder trees.
Get more information at Magic Cabin
Kaleidoscope of Color 3 of 9The sliding walls of this doll house act as a kaleidoscope; colors change in hue and value as the walls move. It was designed by Bozart Toys.
Learn more about it at PNWArchitects
Hobbit Shire 4 of 9If you've read any of the Lord of the Rings series or seen the movies, this doll house translates into the perfect little Hobbit hole.
See more images at Madshobbithole's Blog
Movie Inspired 5 of 9This doll house is an exact replica of the house featured in the movie "Up." The artist even sculpted figurines from the movie to go inside the house.
See more images at Deviant Art
Bosdyk’s House 6 of 9This doll house is so intricate that it took 8 years to build - 15,000 hours and many thousands of dollars in materials. The care taken in each room is almost unbelievable.
See more images at Powerhouse Museum
Modern Chalet 7 of 9I love the unique silhouette of this chalet doll house - and all the modern furniture that goes inside of it.
Learn more at Houzz
Chic Cardboard 8 of 9This modern doll house features a unique material - ecologically sound cardboard - and can easily be unassembled and lay flat.
Find out more at Parenting Clan
From a Bookshelf 9 of 9This doll house proves you don't need anything fancy to get the same effect - it's created from a bookshelf.
Find out how to do it at Bliss Images . . . and Beyond
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