New Greats For Children Multi-Level Wooden Dollhouse Plan Toy Doll House Nursery

This is a fun and attractive dollhouse that my kids have loved for two+ years -- so much that they recently pooled their own money to buy a second identical one! I just finished assembling it and thought I'd report back to you while they move into the new neighborhood with their dolls.

In a world of branded, mass-marketed plastic junk, I appreciate this house's all-wooden construction and the calm, realistic, traditional architecture. The interior spaces are spare and make a good canvas for a child's imagination. There's flexibility in arranging the interior staircases, and the plain wooden walls can be left bare or decorated with art or wallpaper, or even painted (I'd advise before assembly). The exterior is cheerful, with an attractive mansard roof, dormers & balconies. The house comes with a full set of chunky wooden furniture that's well-suited for smaller kids. Amazon of course offers an excellent price and rapid shipping.

Assembly is simple and fast. ADVICE: Assembly step #8 asks you to join the corners of the roof using two plastic clips. But the mansard roof contains some complex angles, and if the roof panels do not fit perfectly, then the clips simply do not engage. This leaves you with an unfixed roof that could easily loosen. My first build worked okay, but in today's second build the roof panels were slightly off and the roof clips did not engage.

I solved the problem this way. If in Step 7 you have the slightest problem getting the roof panels to fit perfectly, you will be better off (a) to avoid Step 8 and (b) to modify Step 7. Instead of friction-fitting the pegs in Step 7, I used gel Super Glue to secure the plastic pegs permanently in the holes, and a bead of Titebond at the wood-wood junctions. (Gorilla Glue would also work, but use it carefully.) I just threw away the plastic clips and skipped Step 8 entirely.

My other advice: In steps 1, 3, and 6 keep the hex bolts LOOSE until the panel edges are seated within the grooves. The fit is tight and you'll appreciate being able to wobble the joints to get the edges to pop into the grooves. Once they've popped in, then go ahead and tighten, and the force of the bolts will pull the joint together nicely.

Product Description Children Multi-Level Wooden

Melissa & Doug Multi - Level Wooden Dollhouse is an easy - up dream house your little girl will love! This three-level wooden house is easy to assemble and in move-in condition. Five spacious rooms feature two movable staircases and five working exterior doors. Nineteen pieces of hand painted furniture with working doors and drawers provide the finishing touch. Perfect for home or school. Measures 28 x 15 1/2 x 28". Pick it up, right here! Melissa & Doug Multi-Level Wooden Dollhouse

From the Manufacturer Children Multi-Level Wooden

This three-level wooden house is easy to assemble and in move-in condition. Five spacious rooms feature two movable staircases and five working exterior doors. Nineteen pieces of hand painted furniture with working doors and drawers provide the finishing touch. Perfect for home or school.

Melissa & Doug Multi-Level Wooden Dollhouse Here


Melissa & Doug Multi-Level Wooden Dollhouse Here

 

Melissa & Doug Multi-Level Wooden Dollhouse Here



Melissa & Doug Multi-Level Wooden Dollhouse BUY NOW
Previous
Next Post »
0 Komentar

Terimakasih telah berkomentar