Shall I go so far as to say these are destined to become Ikea classics or even collectibles? Maybe I’ll reserve such strong judgement for after I see them in person, but Ikea has definitely hit the mark for the modern kids room with their Flisat collection.
The children’s desk can be adjusted to three different heights and you can add Trofast storage boxes to hold your art supplies. Buy a few of the wall storage ledges to create a simple and beautiful library wall.
Here the children’s stools create a little drop zone when paired with the colorful knob rack.
The toy storage bin looks sharp with the green accents, but I could see this piece being easy to customize in many different, fun ways.
Finally, the book display is perfect to place next to your favorite reading spot. My little one could use one next to his bed right now!
Forget that you know these are from Ikea and admire just how good these lacquered pine pieces look and how functional they can be in your child’s space! I can’t wait to find them at my local Ikea!
The original clear acrylic house was hard to see, but now Mint Rhapsody‘s Attic House is available in several more visible colors, so it’s about time that I share the photos with you.
Modern dollhouses don’t get much more stylish than this. Noir $375
If you can order directly from Mint Rhapsody in Australia, there’s the Citrus Attic House as well.
And finally the nearly invisible Glacier Attic House…
Find more photos of these amazingly gorgeous dollhouses on Instagram, after all, if you get one of these, it’s bound to become an Instagram fave.
I’m ready to move into the new Cubic Dollhouse Set, though I must admit, personally I’d be more interested in a three bedroom place.
Seriously though, this amazing dollhouse is a MoMA exclusive and features a glazed roof, double height living room, and modern furnishings throughout. Furniture is included but the dolls are sold separately (and the patio isn’t currently available).
Just look how happy this little boy looks with his flat panel tv and ipad!
For ages 4+ $200
With just enough detail to identify it, the House in a Bag from des Enfantillages is a portable canvas for imaginary play. The house set includes two interlocking pieces of plywood and storage bag ($62). The family and furniture are sold separately ($35) or you can furnish it yourself. I’m thinking empty matchboxes, wooden spool tables…
You can find lots of other beautiful wooden toys in the des Enfantillages etsy shop.
Any one of these is going to be the highlight of your holiday gifting. Fun for boys or girls, a dollhouse is the perfect base for pretend play. These ten modern dollhouse options are beautiful and not just as decoration.
1- Cottage Dollhouse– $120 empty or $200 with furniture
2- Geometrics House– $64
3- Sevi Dollhouse with Furniture– $135
4- Playsam Dollhouse– $50
5- Melissa & Doug Hi-Rise Dollhouse and Furniture Set– $150
6- Liliane– € 1,585 email email@example.com for purchase inquiry
7- Urban Girl Dollhouse– $200 (furniture sold separately)
8- KidKraft Modern Dollhouse– $98
9- Brinca Dada Dylan House– $120
10- Toideloi Dollhouses– $355 as shown (other combos available)
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They’ve been around since 2011, but I have yet to show you these modern modular playhouses. Now with new photos and a new website, I think it’s time to let you know about these colorful cuties from MODplayhouse.
Not quite a “dollhouse”, the kits can be used to create all kinds of structures for whatever characters your kids choose to fill them with from fairies, to farm animals to dinosaurs.
With a system of interlocking panels and posts, the structures can be assembled many different ways.
I love that they’re handmade, eco-friendly and made in the US. Of course those kinds of credentials come with a matching price tag. The Starter Kit (not shown) is $125, the Basic Kit (middle image) is $225 and the Deluxe Kit (shown at the top) is $395.
Modern Dollhouse 2 is nothing to scoff at either. $350
Here’s another modern dollhouse to help fuel my obsession. Take a look at the new Urban Girl Dollhouse.
This architect designed, open concept, urban house, is built in Indiana using eco-friendly materials and safe finishes. It ships fully assembled and ready for play. My only criticism is the name, as there’s nothing girly about this dollhouse and it’s perfect for boys and girls.
The Edward House is currently available for $279 (limited time), but usually will retail for $349.
Second, the Bennett House is finally available!
The furniture Dylan Furniture collection is now available and the complete Maison Collection is absolutely incredible– as it should be for $349.
Finally, Brinca Dada has a set of teak hardwood blocks that are unlike any others. Regularly $59, right now you can snag these for $49.
I can’t wait to see what they come up with next!