Prepare for a big case of tiny home envy, because one woman's stunning dollhouse is sure to impress you.
Whether or not you grew up playing with dolls, there's something about really impressive play-sets - like the Barbie Dream House - that made everybody want one.
But Kwandaa Roberts took inspiration for her three-story playhouse from a more modern source: HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Roberts is a 45-year-old OB-GYN who has been playing with and designing dollhouses since she was a child.
She rediscovered her flair for the hobby when she had her own daughters.
Roberts says she caught herself playing with their dollhouses after they went to sleep.
Her latest project started with a dollhouse from Joanna Gaines's own Target brand, Hearth and Hand.
Strangely, the original dollhouse didn't really match the Magnolia Designs style from Fixer Upper.
So Roberts decided to do some renovating.
"I think I’m just going to go all the way out,”
Roberts rebuilt the house from scratch, turning it into a model home truly worthy of Fixer Upper.
“I said, you know what, I think I’m just going to go all the way out,” she told Today Homes.
And she sure did.
The doctor spent two months and about $250 on the project, and we'd move in today if we could.
Just wait until you get a close-up look at all the little details in the house.