Teddy’s Toy Shop is a charming, two room, two story doll house made in 1981 by miniaturists Betsy and Howard Daylis. This house is the perfect for a miniature hobbyist, teddy bear collector or curious older child.
This charming Toy Shop is built to scale – one inch to the foot. The Toy Shop is painted a deep gold with teal blue trim and there is a lovely sign Teddy’s Toy Shop that hangs from the front above a picture window. The gambrel style roof is covered with cedar shingles with 2 dormer windows. There is a large bay window and paneled front door that open into the “shop”. The ground-floor “shop” is decorated with wood flooring and wall shelving for the Toy Store.
The second floor has hardwood floors and trailing vine stencil painted on the walls.