Bookshelves are usually built to be big enough to store a lot of books, but what others tend to neglect is that bookshelves should come in a size that a child can manage and a height a child can reach. Aside from the fact that smaller sizes are safer, children will be able tom train themselves to fix their own mess, if these things are considered in a bookshelf.
When you decide on categories write them down on slips of paper and lay your papers down on your empty floor space. Having your categories written down will prevent you for getting confused and mixing up your stacks of books while you work. Donate or sell what you no longer want to keep. As you sort through your books and categorize look at what you have. If some of your books are just collecting dusts, and not a beloved favorite or heirloom it may be time to part with them. You may not plan on rereading them, or perhaps your children have simply outgrown them. Many books can be resold either in stores or online. If you don't want to spend the time shopping them, or they no longer have a strong retail value, donate them. Most thrift stores will accept books.
With leftover fabric remnants you can make draperies which really add "fun" to the dollhouse environment. Walls can be painted to match the child's imagination or in keeping with your décor. And if crafts are not your thing you can purchase dollhouse bookshelves already painted and decorated in a number of delightful styles and colors.
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