Dollhouses are experiencing a revival right now, as busy people turn to them as a type of therapy, lovingly spending hours designing and crafting decor, albeit on a small scale. We’ve had our eye on some of the envy-inducing, jaw-dropping miniature houses out there. So imagine our glee when we stumbled on a cache of little IKEA furniture and decor to make all of our tiny Scandinavian dreams come true.
Check out this VIKA desk from Amazing Miniatures, available for $21 (also lead image above). Here’s the best part. You even have to assemble the desk when it arrives in the mail!!
This bookshelf is a dead ringer for an EXPEDIT/KALLAX unit (and the accessories and styling are pretty fantastic as well. This was made by One Brown Bear, who has a bunch of other great modern furniture to for sale as well.
Team Teacup bought some official IKEA dollhouse furniture and then made a bunch of accessories for the set, including a sheepskin RENS rug. Their Etsy shop sells them, but appears to be closed right now.
I might have died a little bit when I first saw Simply Stella’s little RASKOG cart. She even got the mint green color perfect, but it’s the little tiny tin foil casters that are giving me the feels. Check out her video and learn to DIY it yourself.
We spy an IKEA shelf bracket turned DIY light fixture in Nalle’s House Mini modern farmhouse dollhouse. Because even better than seeing mini IKEA decor is seeing mini IKEA hacks.
This modern console table from Miniature Co. looks a lot like the old MALM overbed table, which is no longer available. They also have some KALLAX-esque cube storage units that are worth taking a look at.
Cath of The Square to Spare YouTube channel has a series of videos on how to build miniature dollhouse furniture, including a large number of IKEA products. My favorite? The popular MOPPE mini chest of drawers.
If you’re a POANG fan, you’re in luck. You can get a miniature version of the birch wood chair with a grey felt cover from Chelsea Makes CA on Etsy.
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