A dollhouse is a toy house that is replica of an average real house. Most of the dollhouse enthusiasts would tell you how satisfying it is to decorate the doll house, make additions to it and put it on display for friends, family and even general public in some cases. Dollhouses are loved by all, be it the kids or grownups. While the kids love to play with the dolls and other miniature placed in the dollhouse, the adults like to admire their beauty and pursue them as a hobby.
Though there are a variety of readymade dollhouse available in the market, most of the dolls collectors prefer dollhouse kits. This is simply because making a dollhouse with a dash of one’s own creativity and setting up each and every corner, gives the same satisfaction as setting up one’s own house would. Also, most of the people decorate the dollhouse as a simulation of their dream house so making one with own hands will definitely be an emotionally rewarding experience.
Many psychiatrists also have started using dolls therapy for patients of depression and anxiety. Dollhouse display of little dolls and their equally endearing accessories make the patients feel at peace with themselves. Gradually, they can be relieved off their emotional ailments, courtesy a dollhouse.
It is a known fact that in past also dollhouse was an object of fancy though mostly for the high-society. This is evident from the very famous dollhouses like Queen Mary's Dolls House that was designed by Sir Edwin Lutynes for Queen Mary, Colleen Moore's Fairy Castle and Tara's Palace, housed in Malahide Castle, Dublin.