Design Your Own Dollhouse with Lundby

A classic, well-made dollhouse is something that every little girl should enjoy the privilege of growing up with. From tiny, detailed furniture to little lamps that actually light up, Lundby’s houses and accessories are the epitome of dollhouse perfection. And now, you can easily take any Lundby dollhouse and make it your own from the wallpaper to customized framed photos on the walls. Create something for you and your young one to cherish and pass on through the years.


A Dollhouse You Can Make Your Own

Lundby’s Smaland Dollhouse is pretty wonderful straight out of the box with its brightly colored wallpaper, realistic flooring (including real carpet in the bedroom!), and doors and windows that open and close. Not to mention the tiny little electrical outlets that you can actually plug miniature lamps and light-up furniture into!

However, something that really makes these Swedish dollhouses stand out is the ability to easily change out the wallpaper and add your own special touches through Lundby’s website.


Change The Wallpaper

Changing out the wallpaper in your Lundby dollhouse is as easy as visiting Lundby.com, selecting the wallpaper of your choice and the room you want to re-do, and then printing, cutting and gluing.

Here’s how we brightened up the bedroom in our Lundby Smaland house:

Print, cut, glue:

Before & After:

Changing the Wallpaper in Your Lundby Dollhouse

Supplies needed:

How to:

  • Follow Lundby’s complete directions for applying wallpaper.
  • If you are buying your Lundby Dollhouse brand new, change out the wallpaper before putting the house together. Otherwise, dismantle the room you are switching up before applying the new paper for an easier, more seamless application.
  • Don’t let kids do this alone! This is definitely something that is best done with an adult’s guidance and supervision.

Frame Your Own Pictures & Make a Magazine

Another easy option for adding your own touch to your Lundby dollhouse is by printing out your own “framed” photos or creating your very own mini magazine for your dolls to read.

Frame Your Own Pictures

Once again, creating your own framed photos is as easy as uploading a photo on Lundby’s website and selecting the frame of your choice. After that you can easily print, cut it out, and adhere directly to the wall or onto a piece of cardboard first to make it stand out a little.

CLICK HERE to create your own framed photos.

Make a Magazine

Making a mini-magazine takes all of 2 minutes to upload four photos to Lundby’s website, add some cover text, and print it out. Once printed, some scissors and glue is all you need.

CLICK HERE to create your very own miniature magazine.


Create Your Own Décor

Along with the options to change wallpaper, frame photos, and create magazines for your dollhouse, Lundby also offers a lot of great DIY decorating tips to really add a personal touch to your space. One of our favorite ideas was this miniature pennant banner that we created for the kids’ room:

DIY Miniature Pennant Banner

Supplies needed:

How to:

  1. Cut 1 inch pieces of tape and fold them in half over the string, spacing them out as you wish.
  2. Once your banner is the length of your choice, cut the pieces of tape into triangles.
  3. Leave an inch or two of string at the ends to tape your banner up in your dollhouse.
There are a lot of other great decorating tips on Lundby.com! We love this idea for adding some real plant life to your dollhouse and these easy (and tiny!) hot pads.

Pick the Perfect Furniture

One of the best things about Lundby is the attention to detail that they put into all of the furnishings for their dollhouses. From teeny-tiny little pots and pans in the kitchen to fluffy shag carpets to fish tanks that actually light up, it’s these little touches that make it so special for children to play with.


Ready to Design Your Own Dollhouse With Lundby?


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Ariel

Ariel is a recently turned stay-at-home momma of three little ones to her high school sweetheart. When she isn’t busy playing with her young kiddos (or running around frantically), you can find her writing on her personal blog, Dreams To Do. Ariel is a lover of inspirational words, photography, coffee, reality TV, and of course, her family. You can connect with Ariel on Twitter and Facebook.

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