Plastic bins and tubs are one solution for storing a collection of fashion dolls, but there are other options. In this closet, a women's slide-out shoe rack has cleverly been used for display storage of a group of fashion dolls. The "arms" secure each figure to the rack, which keeps all the dolls in plain sight and within easy reach.
On HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes, designer Sandra Espinet decorates Brooke Burke's home for the holidays with an all-white color palette. In this decorative incarnation, Father Christmas is dressed in white and holds silver beads and sprigs of green.
Neutral floor tile and white walls create a spacious feel in this bright foyer. A row of mounted dolls over the front door adds a fun and festive element of decor. Built in shelves within the walls create space for extra decorative display.
Pastel yellow pairs with crisp white to create a charming, feminine look in this girls' bedroom. Plaid throw pillows add a country feel, and artwork recreated to mimic the girls' drawings adds a playful touch.
Instead of a ho-hum headboard, this girl's room goes dramatic with a pair of dark pink curtains framing in a graphic patterned panel. More bold patterns are featured on the wallpapered accent wall and the rug.
A vintage chair in antique white is situated between the two beds in this girls' bedroom, offering a bit of separation and privacy for the girls. Underneath, a white wicker basket provides hidden storage for stuffed animals.
To create a touch of whimsy in the space, designers added some cute details, such as the doll chair and mirrored nightstand, to the space to create a personal, unique design that can grow up with its occupant.
The Kokeshi dolls in this girls' bedroom are from a local kid's shop and the designer framed an eclectic selection of art pieces (including from artist Saar Manche) to create a cohesive gallery. The unicorn lamp was a magical Target discovery!
A plush orange chair sits in the corner of this kid's bedroom. A black pillow and a purple Ugly Doll provide pops of color. The orange is continued in the trim on the Roman shade and the striped carpet.