Nothing says quality quite like the beautiful mixture of pine and hardwood.
We have taken our classic Maine Dollhouse and updated it to a Deluxe format. What makes a Deluxe? In this case, Red Birch Hardwood accents. The result? Nothing short of incredible. The hardwood roof compliments the warm golden hue of pine making for an aesthetically pleasing wooden dollhouse that doesn't stop short of a woodworking masterpiece.
The Deluxe line has enabled us to offer color on our products, something we have long wished for, by taking advantage of the wood's natural vibrant tones.
Our Maine Dollhouse, is one of our most popular designs by master Toymaker, David Smalley.
The idea was, to create a beautiful, open-concept dollhouse, that could be played with by several children.
Our Maine Dollhouse, by Elves and Angels, fits the bill perfectly!
The Natural Wooden Maine Dollhouse has open sides, low walls, and 6 large rooms, creating the most playable dollhouse on the market today.
With the classic Elves and Angels graceful, flowing lines, and the warmth and beauty of native white pine, it would be a welcome addition to any child's bedroom or playroom.
Just add your dollhouse family and furniture, and come home to Our Maine Dollhouse, for years of happy living, and imaginative play.
This Natural Wooden Toy Dollhouse is proudly Made in America.
Perfect for children ages 3-12
Furniture? We've got you covered!
Select from the dropdown and chose from 3 popular sets!
Remember, you always save when you purchase a set!
Save $9.95 when you buy a 5 Room Set.
Save $11.95 when you buy an 6 Room Set.
Save $13.95 when you buy a 7 Room Set.
30 x 24 x 24
Downstairs rooms (4)
2- 10 3/4 x 14
2- 10 3/4 x 12
2- 10 3/4 x 13
MATERIALS - Northern White Pine and Hardwood roof with a natural Danish oil finish (Shown with dark side walls but the Maine Dollhouse Deluxe only includes hardwood on the roof)
All Pine Products Ship within 1-3 business days.
Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery on Hardwood products.
Our Maine Dollhouse ships in a flat pack. Find out why here