DOLLHOUSE BATHROOM & LAUNDRY!

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Hello all! I am so proud to announce that the final room in the mega dollhouse project is complete! I have to say, I am a bit floored from all of the work that went into this project, but I am so glad that it is finally finished!

Here we are in the bathroom/laundry room! Let’s take a tour, shall we?

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Over on this side is the bathroom sink area. I found this little plastic desktop organizer at a thrift store. It was missing a top so I replaced it with a piece of MDF board that I had on hand. It works perfectly as a cabinet. I like that the shelving is open, so that you can still see all of the little details. Tons of storage space too!

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The little sink is a darling piece of pottery that I found while also out thrifting. I didn’t know that it was going to be a sink at the time, but I love it! We haven’t found a suitable faucet yet but when we do, we will just glue it on there.

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The mirror is from the dollar store, and the marble tile backdrop is courtesy of my mom. πŸ™‚ ❀

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Our Generation canisters and accessories. I made tiny cotton balls from a regular sized one.

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We found cute little salt and pepper shakers at the dollar store to fill up with sugar sprinkles for bath salts. The bath pearls are from a fake pearl necklace. The makeup brushes are actually from a child’s play makeup set. I just cut the handles down to size and put them in a little plastic container.

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I’m loving all of the storage in this little cabinet! We’ve got everything in here from dollar store hair clippies to MyLittlePony hair brushes! I made some towels by cutting down some actual hand towels from the dollar store and hemming the edges. The bath mat is Our Generation.

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I love the little toothbrush cubbies! ❀

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Right next to the sink area is the laundry area. The washer and dryer are wipes containers. I have yet to print out some details for the fronts, but they are still cute. I had some scrapbooking letters that I used to spell the word WASH. The shelf above is from Michael’s. I just filled it up with cute figurines.

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Here are some more little dollar store towels I made. We got the cute laundry baskets from the dollar store too. I might still add a counter to the top of the washing area for folding/ironing, but I haven’t decided yet how to do that. Everything is always a work in progress around here. πŸ™‚

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Also, I hot glued these to the wall. Otherwise, they keep falling over. It’s very frustrating for the dolls to do their laundry when the machine falls over all the time. πŸ™‚

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Here’s a closer look at the shelf above the wash station. I love the pig in the bucket. πŸ™‚

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Right next to the wash station is this adorable cabinet. This is just another thrift store find. I secured it to the wall as well to keep it from toppling over onto the dolls.

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In the other corner, the dolls are encouraged to DREAM and RELAX as they have a lemonade and take a soak in the bright pink Our Generation tub. πŸ™‚ The tile on the wall is peel and stick from the dollar store. I just used some heavy duty glue to make it more permanent.

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The claw foot tub has a tray to hold all of the doll’s bath necessities.

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The little bath oil containers were bubble rings from the dollar store. I just clipped the ring part off.

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On this side of the room is a large display of doll bath goodies. Everything from towels to bath beads as well as storage buckets for hair bands and other hair pretties. I built the shelf myself. It was originally going to be for the bakery, but then we built Grace’s bakery instead.

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These little white buckets are also dollar store finds. I filled them with rolled up washcloths that I made and more bath oils.

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Β The shelf above is from the dollar store too. I just glued it to the wall and filled it with more bath towels. I was able to make a lot of doll towels from the two dollar store hand towels I bought! πŸ™‚

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All of the storage buckets are dollar store finds. The rest is thrift store items.

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The little wooden decorative bowl is a thrift store find and so are the little balls inside. I found quite a few of these so I put some in the dollhouse living room too. I added a little hook to the side of the shelf to hang bathrobes etc.

Oh look, Molly is here to check out the new space!

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Oh wow. It’s so spacious!

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Look at all of the stuff! Cool!Β 

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Oh, hello everybody! I am just about to get ready for bed! Time to brush my teeth!

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And now for a relaxing soak in the tub!

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Ahhhh. Oh yeah, this is the life!Β 

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Dream. Relax. I could get used to this!

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Time to dry off!

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Looking pretty Molly dolly!

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Okay, now where are my clean pajamas?

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Hmmmm. They’ve gotta be in here somewhere.

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Good luck with that Molly! Have a good night! πŸ™‚

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I hope you enjoyed! Stay tuned for the final reveal of the Mega Dollhouse Project!

If you missed any of the other rooms in the dollhouse, feel free to read up on them here.

Leave a comment below!

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14 thoughts on “DOLLHOUSE BATHROOM & LAUNDRY!

  1. Very cute! I think the pig in the bucket is my favorite piece too.

    An idea for a faucet: cut the top hook part off a coathanger, make knobs from beads. I remember seeing this on another blog, thought it was a great idea.

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    1. That’s a great idea. I thought of that, but then I thought I might want something made of metal, so I’m undecided as of yet! I guess I could always paint it silver to resemble a metallic look. I’ll see what I can find when I go out thrifting this week. πŸ™‚

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