Couple builds dream home at 1/12th the size during quarantine

The miniature home is completely to scale and features family photos, electricity and delicious Kansas City barbecue on the grill.


Many people used the downtime during the pandemic to get creative. Especially Annie Kampfe and Cliff Donnelly, who spent their free time making a dollhouse into a miniature version of their dream home. At 1/12th the size of a real home, the midcentury modern designed house is fully to scale, complete with electricity, family photos and more.


The couple shared their project on social media and included a link to the Alzheimer's Association, encouraging their over 40,000 followers on Instagram to donate to the worthy cause.

Watch more on this incredible miniature home in the video player above.

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