Barbie House

Discover a world of Barbie houses and accessories that will inspire your child's imagination. Create the perfect Barbie dream house with our top ideas and accessories. ​Barbie Dreamhouse Dollhouse with Pool, Slide and Elevator: Toys & Games Disney, Barbie, Ebay, Haus, House, Case, Doll House, Barbie Dolls, Room

Measuring an impressive 3 feet tall and 4 feet wide and featuring 3 stories, 8 rooms, all-angle play, a working elevator and pool with slide, the Barbie Dreamhouse encourages young imaginations to move into this dollhouse and set up a dream home! Dreamy features include the working elevator with room for 4 dolls, a new home office, a carport and a second-story pool with a slide that starts on the third story -fill it with water for a real splash! Lights and sounds add realistic touches and…

Rebecca Antonella
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With the highly anticipated Barbie movie due to hit screens in July, Selco Builders Warehouse has taken a look back at some of Barbie’s most iconic dream houses since her first home in 1964 and using the AI art tool, Midjourney, reimagined what they could look like in real life in some of Malibu's most desirable neighborhoods.

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Eva asked for a "rabbit house" (dollhouse) for her third birthday , so we downed tools on the never-ending lead paint removal stair renovation project , and set to with the jigsaw and a huge piece of MDF that - you'll never guess - we found in the cellar . Bless the previous owners and

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So this project started out as “I’m not going to do much… just spray paint some plastic furniture. It’s not going to be fancy or the cutest dollhouse you’ve ever seen…” And ended with me spending two weeks obsessing adding board and batten to walls and making tiny baskets and chandeliers. It was a s

Christine Thibodeaux