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House & Home Doll


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Goal: to enhance the quality of life and functionality within residential spaces


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some fun facts

  • Ancient Egyptians often employed symmetry in their homes.

  • In 18th century Europe, families often used wallpaper as a sign of social status.

  • During the Ottoman empire, ottomans were used as both footrests and secret storage compartments.
  • Interior designers and decorators often see spikes in demand for styles features in popular TV shows / movies.
  • In medieval Europe, floors were often made of packed dirt or clay. To keep the floors clean, straw and herbs were spread over them.
  • The first modern flushing toilet was invented by Sir John Harington in 1596 for Queen Elizabeth I. It was installed at Richmond Palace, but flushing toilets didn't become widespread until the 19th century.

  • Before the invention of refrigeration, people used icehouses to store food. These were underground chambers or buildings insulated with straw or sawdust, filled with harvested ice from lakes or rivers during the winter months.

  • The earliest known locks date back to ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, with evidence suggesting that they were made of wood and operated using simple wooden pins.
  • The first fire insurance company was established in London in 1667 after the Great Fire of London destroyed much of the city.
  • Before the widespread use of glass windows, people used materials like oiled paper and animal hides to cover openings in their homes to keep out the elements while still allowing some light to enter.



some personality traits

warm | nurturing | attentive | practical | organized | adaptable | resourceful |

empathetic | patient | detail-oriented | creative | reliable | friendly | supportive | caring



    some motivations 

    comfort | security | creativity | sense of accomplishment | financial stability |

    personalization | convenience | sustainability | family well-being | community pride



    why do people need house & home dolls? 

    • to maintain and repair essential infrastructure in homes

    • to address safety hazards and prevent accidents

    • to provide specialized skills for tasks beyond average homeowner capabilities

    • to offer affordable solutions for routine maintenance and repairs

    • to provide expertise 

    • to save homeowners time and effort 

    • to ensure compliance with building codes and regulations

    • to offer emergency services 

    • to enhance property value 

    • to offer advice and guidance on home improvement projects

    • to provide peace of mind and reassurance



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