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When it comes to manufacturing a product, you can either let your vendors and suppliers take advantage of you, or you can take control of the situation. I realized a few years ago that our vendors were going to continually charge us more and more unless I put a stop to it. We boycotted using them for a few months, and their tune changed, which was a welcome relief. This blog is all about taking charge of your company's manufacturing processes, making them better, improving your profits, and avoiding problems along the way; it might make a bigger difference than you think.


Taking Charge Of Your Company Manufacturing

Why You Should Choose A Large Dollhouse For Your Child

by Pauline Coleman

If your child has asked for a dollhouse for their upcoming birthday, you'll have a number of important decisions to make. Instead of buying a conventional dollhouse at a local toy store, seek out a custom dollhouse builder. They'll incorporate various personalized elements into the design — for example, the structure can have your child's favorite colors and perhaps even their name featured on the roof. You'll also need to decide what size of dollhouse you want. Options can range from small structures that sit on a table or desk to larger structures that you'll need to place on the floor. There are advantages to each size, but here are some reasons to choose a large dollhouse for your child.

More Kids Can Play With It

One challenge of a small dollhouse is that it can be too small for several children to play with at the same time. The limited space of a small structure can make it difficult for multiple children to gather around. This isn't a concern when you have a large dollhouse. Its large size will give numerous children the ability to stand or sit around it and play — something that is ideal if your child has friends or cousins who are also into dolls and enjoy playing together.

It Works With Larger Dolls

It's useful to consider the size of your child's dolls when you shop for a dollhouse. While some kids might have tiny dolls, those that are larger are often more common. You want the dollhouse that you buy to suit the size of your children's dolls. It would be awkward and unrealistic for one doll to be so tall that it cannot stand in a room in the house, for example. When you buy a large dollhouse, you'll find that its size will be appropriate for the larger dolls that your child may have.

It Serves As A Storage Container

Don't overlook the value that a large dollhouse offers for storing your children's toys. In the times that your child isn't actively playing with their dolls, you'll likely encourage them to store the dolls and their related accessories in a tidy manner. A small house probably won't provide enough storage space for a large collection of dolls and accessories, but this won't be an issue with a large house. This will help to keep your child's room — or whatever room will hold the dollhouse — looking tidier. Contact a custom-build personalized dollhouse supplier to create a dollhouse for your child.