Barbie Dream House (Discontinued by manufacturer)
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- Barbie has saved up for a new Dreamhouse and is moving in
- Hit the kitchen on the first floor to create an amazing meal with the luxe stainless steel appliances and light-up oven
- Barbie and her guests can use the spacious bathroom that feature kid-activated light-up mirror, "flushing" toilet and someone singing in the shower
- Take the elevator to the third floor for even more FAB fun
- Girls will enjoy having role-playing adventures with Barbie and her friends in her new Dream House
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From the manufacturer
A Fantastic, Glam-tastic, Pink-tastic Home!
It’s every doll’s dream come true! This freshly renovated Barbie Dreamhouse features three exciting levels of play, lights and sounds throughout, and — for the first time ever — two cool elevators (one just for Barbie doll’s fashions)! The fully furnished luxury home boasts a fun new layout with gobs of designer details and girly touches — for lounging and entertaining in glamorous style!
A Delicious Dining Experience
After you ring the working doorbell, enter the elegant pink double-doors and head to the kitchen for a yummy snack. Prepare amazing treats for Barbie doll and friends (not included) with the pink appliances, an oven that lights up, and a blender complete with sounds. Then visit the dining room, where girls can serve meals and even flip the table to go from breakfast to dinner!
Luxurious Bathroom & Bedroom
On the second floor, guests can use the spacious bathroom, which features a light-up mirror, “flushing” toilet, and “singing” in the shower. When it’s time for beauty rest, head to the exquisitely designed bedroom. The divine canopy bed pulls out to reveal a trundle bed that’s perfect for sleepovers. Plus, the cute pet bed means Barbie doll’s puppy can sleep snugly as well!
A Thrilling Third Level!
Take the elevator to the third-floor living room, which features a television that “flips” channels and a great balcony for soaking up some Malibu sun. Then get ready for a night on the town in Barbie doll’s ultimate closet, featuring a vanity area and space for her ultra-trendy fashions. Girls can help Barbie doll pick out the perfect outfit and send it down to the bathroom in the special fashion elevator — so functional <i>and</i> fabulous!
What’s in the Box?
Barbie Dreamhouse with furniture pieces, appliances, and two elevators.
- Three levels of fabulousness with multiple play areas
- Gorgeously designed with glamorous touches
- Special details include pink appliances, reversible dining table, canopy bed with trundle bed, TV with multiple channels, and ultimate closet
- A center elevator and a separate fashion elevator
- Lights and sounds add to the role-playing fun
- Features “pieces stay in place” innovation throughout the house
Barbie has saved up for a new Dreamhouse and is moving in! Her new home is FAB and still has three great stories for play! Hit the kitchen on the first floor to create an amazing meal with the luxe "stainless steel" appliances, blender (complete with sounds) and light-up oven. Girls can flip the table in the dining room to go from breakfast to dinner with no fuss. On the second floor, Barbie doll and her guests (not included) can use the spacious bathroom that features all sorts of realistic touches when kid-activated, such as a light-up mirror, "flushing" toilet and singing in the shower. Head to the bedroom for a place to rest Barbie doll's head. The divine canopy bed pulls out to reveal a trundle bed, perfect for sleepovers. And a puppy bed means Barbie doll's pet can sleep comfortably cuddled as well. Take the elevator to the third floor for more FAB fun! The living room has a television that "flips" channels, and a great balcony provides the perfect spot to soak up the Malibu sun. Or visit Barbie doll's ultimate closet to get ready for a night out. Barbie doll can pick out the perfect outfit and send it down to the bathroom in her second fashion elevator. It's every girl's dream - house! Dolls and fashions not included. Ages 3 and older.
From the Manufacturer
Barbie Dream House: Barbie has saved up for a new Dreamhouse and is moving in! Her new home is still Fab and still has three great stories for play! Hit the kitchen on the first floor to create an amazing meal with the luxe stainless steel appliances, blender (complete with sounds) and light-up oven. Girls can flip the table in the dining room to go from breakfast to dinner with no fuss. On the second floor, Barbie and her guests can use the spacious bathroom that features all sorts of realistic touches when kid-activated, such as a light-up mirror, “flushing” toilet and someone singing in the shower. Head to the bedroom for a place to rest Barbie doll's head. The divine canopy bed pulls out to reveal a trundle bed, perfect for sleepovers. And a puppy bed means Barbiedoll's pet can sleep comfortably cuddled as well. Take the elevator to the third floor for FAB fun! The living room has a television that “flips” channels and a great balcony to provide the perfect spot to soak up the Malibu sun. Or visit Barbie doll's ultimate closet to get ready for a night out.
Top Customer Reviews
The Dream House is the full realization of Barbie's highest aspiration - to live in sparkly pink suburban splendor. With this house, all of Barbie's needs have been met (except for the need to take a bath, since there's only a shower stall and one bathroom - which seems a bit unrealistic given the size of the home...but I digress...)
Barbie will be happy. Your wide-eyed daughter, niece or granddaughter will also be happy because, and I can't say this enough, the DREAM has been REALIZED.
However, if you waited until Christmas morning to take this thing out of the box and put it together, your dreams of having a relaxing and joyous Christmas morning will not, in fact, have been realized. That's because the instructions are in some ancient form of Sanskrit and are nearly impossible to decipher. Thankfully Mattel put up a video (on YouTube) on how to assemble this thing, but even that seems to be missing some steps. Also, BE WARNED, once you snap the pillars in place, they are impossible to remove. This is important when you realize that an operational elevator is dependent on placement of said pillars - one of which is now affixed to the floor of my daughter's dream house via the liberal use of scotch tape.
You'll need perseverance because, after getting this thing mostly assembled, you will realize (with a sinking heart) that not only is it poorly designed, but it is pretty much a big pile of plastic crap. At this point you'll probably glance worriedly at your significant other and say something like, "Do you think it's too late to return it and get the newer XBox instead?" He (or she) will likely shake their head and say, "But the pillars, my god, the pillars can't be removed..." And even if, by some herculean effort, you manage to dismantle the thing and get it back in the box (a box whose cover images are SO FILLED WITH PROMISE), you'll have to face the child - her eyes, brimming with disappointment, her hands clutching two shiny new Barbies, her dreams...dashed. That's when you'll finally understand the harsh truth - you're stuck with this thing. Did I mention it's three and half feet tall?
So, think HARD before you buy this because once it's out of the box, it's yours...forever. And, remember, as financially savvy as Barbie has shown herself to be, she is as susceptible as the rest of us are at biting off more mortgage debt than she can chew.
Would not recommend this product to a friend (or enemy).
This was worse....far worse than I had ever anticipated. I figured, since it was "mostly" put together, the build could wait until Christmas Eve.
I wouldn't recommend that.
If you are ready to purchase this product, put together a few days in advance. It will save you time, tears and pure, unadulterated frustration.
Now, onto the actual unboxing. Expect millions of smallish sized plastic parts strewn across your floor and try really, really hard not to cry. The pillars, should you screw up the placement of them (say, snapping in the upper level without ensuring the slider mechanism thingy is in its correct placement), will take a blood sacrifice to even try to unhinge.
Warped plastic parts should not surprise you, but disappoint you. For some reason the elevator on ours had a few parts completely snapped off, which leads me to believe that this specific box we got was purchased, put together partially in vain, and then returned. That said, the elevator will get stuck between levels and only an act of God will move it.
Now it is at this point I'm pissed.
Onto the directions.
They are a joke.
The font is ridiculously small. It will take all of your self control not to scream in agony. I would strongly suggest a tutorial video or step by step directions (with bigger photos and larger font) to assist with the assembly of this monster. I strongly advise using the directions as toilet paper.
The only reason I purchased this was because my daughter specifically asked for it. Not one to deny my princess, my boyfriend and I split the cost of it. After about three hours, we finally got it to a functioning state and we placed the other half million parts elsewhere to deal with later Christmas Day.
If you are putting this together alone, ask for help. This is easily a 2+ person job.
If you are a couple putting this together, this will test your relationship in unimaginable ways.
The fact my boyfriend and I put this together without biting each other's head off (all while being deprived of sleep) is considered a huge step in our relationship.
Should my daughter use this for more than a day, I will be happy.