Doll houses can be charming and a haven for children’s pretend play, but they can also take up space. Sure, your kid’s house may be colorful and cute, but it can make for a jarring centerpiece in any room it sits. Cue Mint Rhapsody, a contemporary doll house that blends within the design of your home. Created by Australian-based husband and wife team Sam and Laura, along with their toddler son Tex in mind, Mint Rapshody doll houses aren’t typical at all.
You’ll notice right off the use of acrylics to create an airy and seamless house that blends into its surroundings. It was Mint Rhapsody’s goal to update the doll house with a modern twist that could function in any space. What’s great is that the houses are gender neutral for both boys and girls to enjoy. Inspiration for their Attic House grew out of a desire to create something bright and neon that would also work as a piece of art.