Antique Dollhouse Farmhouse Kitchen

I’m excited to take you back inside the antique dollhouse today, to show you some of the charming details of this adorable farmhouse kitchen. If you missed my first post about this dollhouse, be sure to read here about how we won this amazing house and get the full tour. I will be sharing separate posts of each room to show more details, and today it’s time to check out that kitchen!

Antique Dollhouse Farmhouse Kitchen

I kept all of the original items that the house came with in the room, but added a few touches from our own miniature collection. I even hung back up the old farmhouse fruit curtains. They were definitely hand stitched and hang up with wire curtain rods. I just love seeing all of the small details that went into this house! The owner of it must have had some very special parents to do all that work.
Antique Handmade Dollhouse Farmhouse SinkThere is only one thing this kitchen is really missing and that’s an oven. I’ve been looking on Etsy and eBay to see if I could find one just right to fit the period and style of the home, but I don’t want to spend a fortune so that may come later on. For now it has the farmhouse sink, work table, kitchen table and chairs, icebox, and wooden cabinet.

Vintage Handmade Dollhouse KitchenAntique 1930's Handmade DollhouseI added the cute little dog 🙂 He looks sad like he is waiting for that giant bowl to be filled for him. The house came with all of the rugs, wooden bowls, plates, etc., the ceramic jugs. I added the tea set and the spice rack as well as the metal pot. I also added the hanging baskets and crochet wall hanging.

Vintage Farmhouse Dollhouse KitchenAntique Dollhouse Farmhouse Kitchen1930's Dollhouse KitchenThose little wooden cats came with the house…

Antique Dollhouse Wooden Cats on StairsThe rest of this week, I will be stepping away from the dollhouse world for a bit to show you how we decked out our house for Halloween. I have lots to share with you including a Halloween home tour, our Halloween village and an easy Halloween craft tutorial.

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  • Nan, Odessa, DE

    Thank you for sharing your lovely doll house. How lucky are you?

    Do you have any sources for buying old dollhouses?

    • Alice Wingerden

      Yes, lucky indeed! We couldn’t believe we won 🙂 As for looking for an old dollhouse, I would definitely check on Craigslist, Facebook Marketplace or eBay. Also, sometimes at antique stores you might find a gem!