(Image credit: IKEA Family)

Once upon a time IKEA sold a full-fledged dollhouse, but, for reasons only IKEA understands, it was discontinued. As we all know, part of the fun of IKEA is to reimagine and customize their products to your own needs which is exactly what parents have done to create dollhouses for their children. I found ten examples of ten different IKEA products turned into miniature playscapes, check them out:

Above:
Project by: IKEA Family
Product used: STUVA cabinet

(Image credit: Mieske Klomp)

Project by: Mieske Klomp
Product used: HENSVIK cabinet

(Image credit: IKEA)

Project by: IKEA
Product used: IVAR cabinet

(Image credit: via Mommo Design)

Project: via Mommo Design
Products used: LACK shelves + FORHOJA wall cabinets

(Image credit: The Shopping Mama)

Project on: The Shopping Mama
Product used: EXPEDIT bookcase (now called KALLAX)

(Image credit: Call of the Small)

Project by: Call of the Small
Product used: LEKMAN box

(Image credit: Mommo Design)

Project by: Mommo Design
Product Used: SOCKER greenhouse

(Image credit: Mama.Papa.Bubba)

Project by: Mama.Papa.Bubba
Product used: BESTA shelf

(Image credit: The Tamara Blog)

Project by: The Tamara Blog
Product used: BILLY bookcase

In case you're interested, IKEA does currently carry a dollhouse: a foldable cardboard one → the SPEXA.