Dollhouse miniature lightings are much easier to install than most people think. Many new collectors are daunted by the task but there are many dolls house wiring kits that make the job very easy and even a novice can light a dolls house. Dollhouse miniature lights are the best way to illuminate your dollhouse for a best look. Dollhouse miniature lighting requires planning and precision and are installed in a step-by-step way.
It is important to start planning the dollhouse lights before you make the house because it will look best only when you cover the electric lights wires by making grooves in the floor. To run the wires is easy to do only when the dollhouse is not made.
First decide on the location of all dollhouse lights—whether on ceiling, walls, independent or at table. The number of dollhouse lights will determine the transformer and socket board. Just count up the number of bulbs to be used in the dolls house lights, then transformer will be bought accordingly. Similarly, lights will determine the number of plug sockets.
It is better to start with bottom floor. The flooring of room will cover the wires of ceiling lights. Remember to paint and decorate the ceiling before fitting the ceiling dollhouse lights. The socket board is the main point of dollhouse lighting system and must be positioned in comfortable access. Always remember to supply prescribed voltage i.e. 12 volts in your dollhouse.
You can stick the lights with wood or using glue. Plug all the lights in the socket board, tide up all wires and fasten them together. Now, switch on the lights and enjoy your dollhouse lighting.