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28 Shots of Wildly Elaborate Midcentury German Dollhouses

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It's like the nostalgic satisfaction of time capsule homes in miniature form: feast your eyes on these detailed German dollhouses from the 50s, 60s, and 70s, documented by a dogged collector at the blog, Die Puppenstubensammlerin. The expansive collection, which we discovered via MessyNessyChic, is brimming with midcentury furnishings, kitschy wallpaper, and colorful graphic flooring. The vivid textures seen here definitely make the more recent dollhouse masterpieces seem rather plastic and impersonal.

Browse the full collection for yourself on Flickr.

· The Dollhouse Collector [Flickr via MessyNessyChic]
· The Modernist Dollhouse Shelves You Never Knew You Wanted [Curbed]
· Works by Frank Lloyd Wright and More Get the Tiny Treatment [Curbed]