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How to Design and Decorate Your Own Barbie DreamHouse



When young imaginations open the door to the Barbie Dreamhouse, they'll discover unlimited storytelling possibilities! Standing 43 inches tall and 41 inches wide, this dreamy dollhouse inspires 360-degree play with three floors and 10 indoor and outdoor living areas. Move right in and customize the space -- the grass area and pool can be placed in multiple configurations on the first and third floors, and the slide fits in four second-floor locations. After designing the layout, set the scene for any story with three songs, two soundscapes and customizable light settings! Then, double the fun with transforming furniture -- the BBQ grill reverses to reveal a dessert buffet, the entertainment center reverses to reveal a pet play area, and a bunk bed folds down from the wall. Kids can play out any story, from an ordinary day to the ultimate get-together with a kitchen, living room, dining room, bedroom, bathroom, pool, balcony, party room and more. Lift and lower Barbie doll and her friends in the working elevator, fill the pool with water to make a splash, soak up some sun on the third-floor balcony and rooftop deck, and host a pet playdate with a puppy pool and slide. Storytelling accessories -- over 75 of them! -- feature realistic touches and textures that bring any Barbie story to life. With cool customizations and so many storytelling opportunities, kids ages 3 years old and up will move right into the Barbie Dreamhouse and make it their own! Assembly required. Dolls, vehicle and wheelchair not included. Requires 3 AA (LR6) alkaline batteries (not included). Colors and decorations may vary.




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Days before the anticipated release of the Warner Bros. Pictures film Barbie, HGTV will unveil its epic life-size renovation of the iconic Mattel toy, Barbie Dreamhouse, creating the biggest, boldest and most whimsical home of all time in its newest competition series, Barbie Dreamhouse Challenge.


Premiering on HGTV Sunday, July 16 at 87c, the four-part event series hosted by supermodel, designer, author and entrepreneur Ashley Graham will feature eight teams of HGTV superstars and one celebrated Food Network chef as they transform a Southern California home into a real-life Barbie Dreamhouse. And, one passionate Barbie fan will win a once-in-a-lifetime sleepover staycation in the completed home.


The star-studded lineup of HGTV home design and renovation experts that will compete throughout the season continues in week two. Celebrity guest judge Nischelle Turner (Entertainment Tonight) will review the work of Ty Pennington (Rock the Block) and Alison Victoria (Windy City Rehab), who create a groovy Disco-themed 1970s den for Ken, while Jonathan Knight and Kristina Crestin (Farmhouse Fixer) tap into 1980s glam to bring the primary suite to life.


For the latest announcements on Barbie Dreamhouse Challenge, follow @HGTV on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok using the hashtag #BarbieDreamHouseChallenge. The series will be available to stream the same day on Max.


Inspired by the singular, enduring popularity of the global icon herself and by the excitement surrounding the upcoming release of the Warner Bros. Pictures film, Barbie, HGTV will harness the unmatched power of its corporate siblings to support four nostalgia-filled episodes and execute Barbie-themed, cross-network content and promotions. Punctuated by celebrity guests, pop culture history and a plethora of Barbie surprises, Barbie Dreamhouse Challenge will be hosted by supermodel, designer, author and entrepreneur Ashley Graham and feature eight teams of HGTV superstars as they transform a Southern California home into a real-life Barbie Dreamhouse. In the end, one passionate Barbie fan will get the chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime stay in a home created for dreamers.


The exhibit, called "Barbie Dreamhouse Experience," will be open until August 25, and it has already drawn protests from a feminist group that says the dream house objectifies women. One topless woman wrote "Life in plastic is not fantastic" on her chest and set fire to a Barbie on a crucifix.


Despite the protests, the exhibit's organizer told Reuters that the dream house is "basically about playing, being amazed and discovering" and said that "there's lots of hidden things to be found" in the interactive house.


Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse is a web series of computer-animated shorts produced by Arc Productions and Mattel.[1] The series was released on YouTube and the official Barbie website from May 11, 2012 to November 27, 2015.[2]


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The series is currently available on Netflix, though Netflix streams the series only as specialized bundles of episodes instead of in the original chronological order.[3] Nickelodeon aired two "continuity" specials on September 1, 2013.[4] The series later spawned a continuation, titled Barbie: Dreamhouse Adventures, released from May 3, 2018 to April 12, 2020 on Netflix.[5]


The reason behind the fanciful announcement: Mattel is discontinuing the Malibu Dream House and kicking off a marketing campaign that will culminate in the fall with the unveiling of a brand new dollhouse with a new back story tied to a new locale -- just in time for the holiday shopping season.


Colin C. Campbell is a Founder and Owner of Startup Club on Clubhouse. He is a serial entrepreneur with several successful internet companies to his name including Startup.club, Paw.com, Hostopia, and Tucows (TCX). He is the author of the Forbes Books title Start. Scale. Exit. Repeat.


Alongside the dollhouse neighborhood of Barbie, Gerwig's upcoming film is set on recapturing the iconic accessories of the toy line and bringing them into a usable, lifelike 1:1 scale for the cast. In the first official image released of Robbie's Barbie, the star can be seen driving a pink convertible, a recreation of the doll's car. Furthermore, the main trailer has also shown that Barbie will pilot a number of vehicles that have featured in the line, including camper vans, boats, and even a rocket.


The 20,000 square-foot attraction allows fans to step inside Barbie's life-sized Dreamhouse, try on one of Barbie's careers for size and even get in the driver's seat of a Barbie Camper Van designed by West Coast Customs.


Interactive installations range from visiting Barbie's Dreamhouse and checking out her iconic outfits in her walk-in closet to boarding a Barbie space shuttle where you can interact with mission control and "travel" to several interstellar destinations.


The production also features a museum exhibit where guests can see how Barbie, her Dreamhouse and her various vehicles have evolved over the years. You can even see the Barbie doll that started it all, clad in a black and white striped swimsuit and her iconic ponytail. The doll officially debuted on March 9, 1959.


When the fashion icon turned the big 6-0, her dream team decided she needed new digs to mark the milestone. Her reinvented DreamHouse, which retails for $179, has three stories, eight rooms, an outdoor area, a rooftop pool and slide, a working elevator, and a garage. The first floor features a dining room and a kitchen with modern appliances; the second floor includes a bathroom and a living room, while the third floor showcases a master bedroom with a dream closet and a den that transforms into an office. Other highlights include a patio, fire pit, and garden. See what Barbie looked like the decade you were born.


Lauren Phillips is the Associate Director of Special Projects at Better Homes & Gardens. She has worked at The Spruce, Real Simple, and Coastal Living, among other publications, and has more than 5 years of experience working in print and digital media as a writer, editor, researcher, and fact-checker. As a self-described stress cleaner, Lauren has always found comfort and catharsis in scrubbing the shower or reorganizing her closet. Her current around-the-house passions include removable wallpaper, clever small-space organizing ideas, and paint colors.


Who doesn't like taking a gander inside million dollar homes? It's the reason the show Cribs on MTV was such a hit back in the day! It's so much fun to see how the other half lives. With amenities like an indoor pool, tennis court, arcade, and movie theater, the reasons to ever leave the house are slim to none! You have everything you need right on your property.


Fun features: This house has an open plan and huge "skylights," making it easy to play with. The three sections are also separate, allowing them to be used separately or rearranged for a custom play experience.


This house is an updated version of the pink Victorian house. It came with updated furniture and significantly more accessories. It should be noted that while this house also has an elevator, its elevator is not battery-operated.


Fun features: First, the third story on this house can be removed and played with separately. This house also has a spiral staircase, sound features and great amenities for Barbie, such as a washer and dryer and a full bathroom setup with sink, tub and toilet.


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