Minimal Cardboard Dollhouse Lets Your Kid Be the Designer

Minimal Cardboard Dollhouse Lets Your Kid Be the Designer

Beth Callaghan
Oct 11, 2012

These dollhouses look pretty amazing, don't they? What's even more amazing is they start out as plain white cardboard and are transformed by parents and their kids.

The Villa Cartabianca cardboard dollhouse from Etsy shop Cartabianca comes pre-cut and -creased, and requires no glue or adhesives to assemble. Once it's assembled the fun really begins. While your order will come with some decorations you can cut out and glue on, the possibilties for designing this house are limited only by your kids' imaginations. Using markers, paper and glue, stickers, or other embellishments, kids can turn the house into anything they desire.

Dollhouses in general are great outlets for kids' creativity. I remember decorating and redecorating, arranging and rearranging furniture in my wooden dollhouse when I was young. What we like about this cardboard house, though, is that stakes are low; the house is inexpensive and made out of recyclable material. Even more, decorating is easier when you can use markers and paper and glue.

And decorating your dollhouse is just as important as playing in it, isn't it?

More Info: Cartabianca

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(Image: Cartabianca. Via Inhabitots.)

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