Remembering that — as we learned yesterday — furniture can cost anyplace from a couple of hundred to a few thousand dollars, today we're going to investigate one explicit furniture cost.
Does your furniture cost more, or less, than American Girl doll furniture?
BuzzFeed has a test up titled Can You Tell What's More Expensive, Doll Furniture or Real Furniture? It merits taking, assuming just so you can be stunned by a portion of the costs on things like "Unit's School Desk and Chair" and "American Girl Sweet Dreams Wooden Crib and Canopy." ebay american girl doll furniture.
I chose to put my very own furniture to the American Girl test: my Sleep Master Platform Metal Bedframe, at $98.86, is more affordable than Samantha's Victorian bed (with overhang), Julie's 1970s bed (with beaded shade), Caroline's 1812 wooden bed (with covering), and Rebecca's 1920s metal bed (shockingly shelter free).
Then again, my bed costs more than the basic, covering less beds of 1920s Kit, 1820s Josefina, and 1860s Addy — and the site accommodatingly takes note of that Addy's bed speaks to the straightforward bed that she rested on while living in a lodging in the wake of getting away servitude. Pack's bed is intended to be similarly Great Depressing, yet Josefina's family lives on a rancho in New Mexico and is displayed as white collar class. What's going on with that, American Girl? For what reason doesn't Josefina get some costly bed with a tentatively truly exact overhang?
Honestly, on the off chance that we include my $189 sleeping cushion, my bed costs more than any of the American Girls' beds, and more than the Girl of Today Bouquet Bed Set that incorporates a light-up bloom light and doll-sized coordinator boxes so our Girls of Today can get their KonMari on. (Does the American Girl brand bring me delight? Indeed it does. Happy, snarky, nostalgic satisfaction.) ebay american girl doll furniture.
What's entertaining is that I once rested in a metal bed especially like Rebecca's, and it cost us nothing–my folks truly discovered one bedframe in an upper room, and wound up getting a coordinating bedframe at a carport deal for possibly $10. (When you live in the country Midwest, collectibles are shabby and abundant.) But on the off chance that American Girl were to sell "Nicole's Brass Bed with Troll Doll and Garfield Pajama Set," they would no uncertainty charge $150 or more.
Taking a gander at the other furniture I claim (very little): my $39.99 bookshelf costs not as much as Rebecca's outfit chest, Rebecca's sideboard, Grace's baked good cart — don't kick me off on the 2015 Girl of the Year, 10-year-old baked good business person Grace Thomas — and the Girl of Today Salon Center, which incorporates 25 doll-sized hair elastics. There aren't any genuine American Girl bookshelves to think about straightforwardly, which appears to be out of place — didn't Samantha and Molly both have little bookshelves or end tables at a certain point, where they put away doll-sized books? (I unmistakably recollect a Samantha-sized Wizard of Oz.)
My Goodwill work area and seat, which can't have cost more than $20, is additionally more affordable than each American Girl school work area and seat set. Indeed, even the non-Goodwill adaptation of my work area, the Ikea Linnmon/Adils, ebay american girl doll furniture.
Shouldn't something be said about you? Take the BuzzFeed test, look at the American Girl furniture showroom, and say something beneath on whether your own furniture costs more, or less, than its American Girl identical.