Hello, the house!


Newly listed! A chic dollhouse for kids ages three and older!

The Emerson House draws inspiration from Richard Neutra‘s Desert House and an A. Quincy Jones-designed house for actor Gary Cooper. This modern child’s toy house is the perfect home for the modern toy family, with a living room, kitchen, library/office, master bedroom, bathroom and child’s bedroom. Dolls can enjoy year-round sunlight in its large, open floor plan and floor-to-ceiling windows. It features many distinguishing architectural details such as glass corners, two fireplaces, including one built with cut stone, scored hardwood floors, recessed LED lights powered by solar panels and sliding glass doors. Assembly required.

Designed by Tim Boyle and measuring 30 by 21 by 18 inches, the Emerson House is built using only non-toxic and lead-free wood stains and paints and real CARB-certified woods by Brinca Dada, (BREEN-kuh DEY-duh), an exciting new toy company “that delivers the best thinking in modern aesthetics and innovative play-value to create toys that kids love to play with and parents love to look at.” This team believes that toys don’t need to be noisy or flashy to be exciting; that toys can be beautiful and fun. The company is helmed by founder/CEO Douglas Rollins, who is inspired by his love of design and toys. Doug spent nine years Toys”R”Us and ToysRUs.com in marketing, new concept development and buying, as well as launching several different start-up companies.

Pretty impressive, right? So is the price: over $300. Yet, it’s a magnificent find for that modern family.

-Janet Muniz

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