10. Hostel Doll House
The name of this Hostel is U Ulitki. Its Size is 37 x 15 x 21 cm. It is a painstaking and fantastic work!
9. 18th Century French Chateau Doll House
This 18th Century French Chateau is only 1:12 scale. The chateau was the central display in the 2009 South Australian Miniatures Enthusiasts (SAME) Dollhouse and Miniatures Festival. Each room was made separately by club members and put together for the weekend. It represents a year’s work. The chateau features servant’s quarters, two chapels, bedrooms, music rooms, sitting rooms, dining rooms, a library, and more! A lot of effort went into this group project.
8. Bag End hobbit hole Doll House
Maddie Chambers built this super impressive looking Bag End hobbit hole dollhouse. It is beautiful doll house having so many details you will love it.
7. Eco-friendly Doll House
A famous design company Brinca Dada has an amazing new dollhouse up their sleeve. Set to debut in Spring 2011. This breathtaking townhouse-style miniature is influenced by the De Stijl movement of the early 20th century.
6. Bosdyk Doll House
The house was built and decorated by Frans and Christina Bosdyk over a period from 1997 to 2006. They estimated that they spent 15,000 hours and many thousands of dollars of materials on the work. Frans is a skilled electrical instrument maker who can turn his hand to any material with great precision, in fact he made most of the furniture inside the doll’s house.
5. Henry Colbert’s Doll House
Henry Colbert is the designer of this 1930’s Art Deco master piece. He makes a few houses a year and there’s a way to get on a waiting list. I’ve heard that they cost about $6,000 but I’m not sure if that’s true. All sold houses have been unique since the customers always wanted to make changes on his design. He’s also making bathroom furniture in 1930’s style in various colors.
4. Dust Doll House
Maria Adelaida Lopez, a Master’s degree in art school, cleaned houses to support herself through the art school, intricately created this unique series of ‘Dust Houses’ that are doll houses & are covered over in vacuum cleaner lint. At present she is an artist & educator in Miami, no longer cleans houses for others. Well, the dust sure helped!
3. Kaleidoscope Doll House
The Bozart Kaleidoscope Dollhouse designed by PMW Architects in 2001 was perhaps the coolest doll house ever. A 1:12 scale multi-level modernist dream, it featured colorful sliding transparent walls that changed cover when overlapped. In addition, modern furniture collections and action figures from well-known designers could be purchased. Now available only on auction sites, they sell quickly for upwards of a $1000.
2. $82,000 English Doll House
A dollhouse selling for a big sum of $82,000 is bound to create waves in the news world. The doll house resembles a traditional English house complete with all the regular fixtures of a bath, bedroom, dining room, hallway and a living room. The maker of this small splendor has made more money than those selling several real homes in the UK.