Who will you make this gorgeous Dollhouse Bookcase DIY and it couldn’t be easier .. check out all the different versions now!
There is something about a Dollhouse that brings back memories and you are going to love this collection of ideas.
We love these cute ideas for Beds and Bookcases and they are easy to make when you know how! Some of the versions are even for sale and we have included links so you can purchase. If you look at the bedhead it is very easy to make and then you can duplicate a smaller version on the footer of the bed. We have included ideas that allow you to make a stand alone version or incorporate it into the bed as shown. Scroll our page and check out all the Dollhouse Bookshelf DIY ideas, and Pin your favorites.
That old bookcase that is taking up space in your shed can be dragged out for this project. You could wallpaper or paint the interior, add some cute little windows on the side and don’t forget the adorable picket fence around the base.
The scalloped trim and the chimney add the finishing touches. How gorgeous are they!
Dollhouse Bookcase DIY Shopping List
4 – 1×12 @ 8 feet 1 – 1×4 @ 4 feet 1 – 1×2 @ 8 feet 1/4″ plywood cut 45″ wide x 51 1/2″ high, cut in a house shape with the vertical ends at 38 1/2″ (measure for exact fit)
- 2 inch screws
- 2 inch finish nails
- Elmer’s Wood Glue
- Elmer’s Wood Filler
- 120 grit sandpaper
- paint brush
51 1/2 ” tall by 45″ width by 12 1/4″ deep
get yours here —> Twin Dollhouse Bed
A) 2 – 1×12 @ 38 1/2″ (top edge cut off at 30 degree angle) B) 2 – 1×12 @ 12″ (Bottom Vertical Dividers) C) 3 – 1×12 @ 42″ (Shelves) D) 1 – 1×12 @ 17 1/2″ (Top Vertical Divider, top edge mitered down at 30 degree angle) E) 2 – 1×4 @ 1 1/2″ (Side Footer) F) 1 – 1×4 @ 45″ (Front Footer) G) 2 – 1×12 @ 27 1/2″ (Top Edge Mitered down at 30 degrees) Trim for Windows and Doors H) 6 – 1×2 @ 4″ I) 4 – 1×2 @ 4 3/4″ J) 4 – 1×2 @ 10 1/4″ Plywood 1/4″ plywood cut 45″ wide x 51 1/2″ high, cut in a house shape with the vertical ends at 38 1/2″ (measure for exact fit)
Start by cutting all the boards as directed above. Review the diagrams to see how the angles are cut. Unless otherwise directed, use 2″ nails and glue on all joints.
You can find the full Tutorial on how to build your own Dollhouse Bookcase on the ‘Ana White’ Website here
Dollhouse Bookcase via Simple As That Bookcase
Dollhouse Bookcase —> Purchase Here
Dollhouse BedHead —> Check them out here
The above Bookcase Beds were found on the ‘Layla Grace’ website
Dollhouse Bookcase via Younghouse Love
Here’s another great idea that the kids will love, this Play Kitchen has been made from an old TV Entertainment Unit. You can find the details here