interior design for a dollhouse

A dollhouse is much more than a simple wooden or plastic building. In order to capture the feel and the essence of an actual home, your dollhouse needs to balance on many different levels. Your dollhouse can be used to evoke a certain mood, from happy excitement to darkness and foreboding. Although many factors go into creating these moods, interior design is a large piece of the puzzle. Interior design will also be used to determine how much of what type of furniture you will want, as well as the style and placement of those furniture pieces. Your interior design plan can also influence the small touches added once the basic dollhouse is complete, from televisions to magazines to air conditioning units.

Before beginning your interior design plan, be sure that you are clear on how the dollhouse will be used. If the dollhouse is to be used as a toy for small children, then your design plan will be fairly simple. Let the child’s imagination fill in the details by providing a blank slate for him or her to work with. Decorate with simple furnishings in neutral colors.

If your dollhouse will be a display item, then you have much more latitude in designing its interior. Decide on the mood and style you wish to evoke. For a traditional feel, you will want to use warm colors, antique furnishings and Queen Anne or Chippendale style furniture. A more contemporary design will use sleek lines and minimal visual clutter. If there is a particular design style or era in which you are interested, then research that era or style to determine what elements are the most representative. Most homes are decorated in a more eclectic style and most dollhouses are no different. Feel free to mix and match a wide variety of design elements.

From this point on, concentrate on each individual room. Find the room’s focal point. Sometimes this will be a built-in element from the dollhouse’s exterior shell. More often, however, you will need to create the focal point as part of your interior design. This could be a piece of furniture, a painting or any other specific detail. The focal point should draw the eye into the room, creating an invitation to look more closely.

Want your tots to learn the basics of a good green home from the get-go? This eco-friendly wooden dollhouse from Smart Gear Toys is made from the greenest materials including renewable rubberwood, non-toxic, water-based paints, and recycled paper packaging. The house boasts a solar panel, recycling bins, and a water catchment system to teach your young ones worthwhile lessons about the importance of daily environmental responsibility.

I mean when you stop and think about it a Dolls House it is the perfect “starter project” when it comes to learning our  Floor Plan Software for the first time – the greatest challenge that we face as software developers is that many if not most of our customers, the ones that aren’t Architects or Professional Designers face is the not insignificant challenge of trying to learn to use what is relatively complex software ( it doesn’t matter how hard we try to make the learning process easy it does can a few hours to learn ) straight out of the box so to speak and into a real world project like Home Design, and even with as much effort that developers place on making this type of House Design Software as easy as possible that’s no small task, usually one learns a new skill and “works up” to a full on project.

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