Today I am sharing my top 4 dollhouse Instagram accounts you need to follow.
Trust me you won’t be disappointed.
Gone are the days that dollhouses sit in the corner of a nursery.
Home decor accounts just like me are finding ways to recreate the spaces we love in a “mini’ version for you to enjoy.
It is a hot design trend you will want to hop on as soon as possible.
Not only is this a fun creative outlet, it is a way to showcase trends and spaces in a way that you love, just in a tinier version.
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I hope you enjoy these accounts, as they are not only successful businesses, the people behind the brands are amazing.
Can I say how much I adore this small shop. They caught my eye, straight out of the gate. When it comes to farmhouse dollhouse look, they are on point. Rob and Jess work very hard, and that shows in everything they produce.
Their mini spaces are so gorgeous you just want to move right into their dollhouses. Simply breathtaking.
I chose their Shepherd mural peel and stick wallpaper for my master bedroom wall. I am also following their tutorial on shadow box molding for this space.
The quality of their flooring reviews is what made me decide to use the rustic medium wood planking sheets throughout my dollhouse.
They even have printable wallpaper and flooring.
You can check out all their free DIY tutorials here and shop their mini’s here. Follow them on Instagram @jessicacloeminis and subscribe to their Youtube channel for more inspiration.
Kelly the designer behind @dollhouse_daydreams is my first official dollhouse community BFF. Not sure if she wants that title but she has it!
She has been nothing short of open arms welcoming into this new chapter. Kelly has given me the confidence to knock down walls and remove flooring.
I have spent hours on video chats, talking about ways to save money and create a dollhouse I will love.
What a weight that has been lifted from me in this journey, having so many questions going into projects.
A friend I can run something past, and feel confident in the decisions I am making.
She also runs a popular Etsy shop with some of the cutest miniatures in her shop you won’t be able to resist.
Follow along on her Instagram as she shows you her 2022 Magnolia Dollhouse renovation.
She has a heart of gold, and is unbelievably talented too boot.
Meet Marina from @deck.to.farm.charm another new Instagram friend.
Her designs will make you feel right at home, literally!
She renovates and designs the most gorgeous dollhouse spaces, that make you do a double take! You would think you were looking at someone’s home, not a dollhouse.
Don’t even get me started on the cutest items in her shop, if you don’t have a dollhouse you will want one after looking through her feed.
From furniture, linens, to farmhouse mirrors, I am hooked.
Let’s start by saying I have over thousands of dollars in my cart on their site.
If I could afford to furnish my entire new tiny home with their products I would easily.
I am captivated by the craftsmanship of @my_miniature_emporium products and designs.
Even though they are based in Australia they ship to the US. I already received my first order, and I am hooked.
I try to bulk order to make the shipping worth the order.
They do offer free shipping on orders over $250.
Here are a few items I purchased for my first order.
Some items on my wishlist are, keep in mind there are 100’s so narrowing it down is so hard.
I hope you enjoy following along on this new dollhouse journey with me.
We will be sharing everything from start to finish and a ton of inspiration along the way.
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