The authenticity of the real world look of a dollhouse depends on how detailed the dollhouse interior is. Many dollhouse companies hire interior decoration experts to make the dollhouse interior of their dollhouse look as close to real world as possible. Special made-to-scale accessories and furniture are used for the dollhouse interiors to enhance its look and feel. With the right kind of dollhouse interior you can create a miniature world of your own, all you need is creativity and the eye to pick the right kind of miniatures for your dollhouse interior.
One very good example of detailed dollhouse interior is the legendary Queen Mary’s Dollhouse, on display in the Windsor Castle. It was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens for Queen Mary. This dollhouse interior is done in such fine details that it definitely is a master piece. The rooms are furnished with the exact miniature replicas of products of brands that were popular that time. Also, the bar is stocked with miniature bottles filled with exact authentic spirits. The library houses miniature books, specially written by Rudyard Kipling. Perhaps, there is no other dollhouse that can boast of such fervently done dollhouse interiors.
There are many enhancements that you can do to your dollhouse interior besides the furniture and accessories. Choosing the right decoration theme is as important to the dollhouse interior as the furniture or any other add-on. Next, choose the upholstery and lighting that lives up to the dollhouse interior theme. Also, add some miniature paintings, flower vases, decorative pieces and other home décor miniatures to make your dollhouse interior perfect.
The dollhouse interior should look warm and welcoming so, do not go overboard while accessorizing it. Make sure all the accessories and furniture you choose for your dollhouse interior are of same scale; else they make look awkward and tarnish the whole look.
Many dollhouse hobbyists who own various dollhouses, like to have different dollhouse interior theme for each of them. These dollhouse interior themes can be based on the classic timelines or on life situations. For example, on one hand you can choose the Victoria, Georgian, Gothic, or English Tudor theme, on the other hand you can have a beach house, condo, barn, grocery store, hospital, or a school theme for your dollhouse interior.