Easy Dollhouse Kitchen Cabinet (Tutorial + SVG)

finished dollhouse kitchen cabinets in 1:12 and 1:16 Lundby scales
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Did you know that know that a dollhouse kitchen cabinet is actually very easy to make? I dreaded making one so much, that I ended up making all other kitchen pieces first. How silly was that?

You have the options to use faux drawers or faux doors for the fronts!

finished dollhouse kitchen cabinet in 1:12 and 1:16 scales


This kitchen cabinet is available in 3 widths:

  • Standard (equals to 30″ in real life) – this is the one pictured
  • Compact (equals to 24″ in real life)
  • Wide (equals to 36″ in real life)

The measurements are designed to work with 1/16″ material, except for the countertop which is 1/8″ thick. I simply double-layered 1/16″ basswood for the countertop.

The SVG files are available on my Etsy shop, and you get all 3 widths! And, both faux drawers and faux door fronts are included!


To import the SVG file into Cricut Design Space, head on to this post or watch this video on YouTube.


I use my Cricut Maker to cut all the pieces, and here is my recommended tools and materials:

Cutting List for Dollhouse Kitchen Cabinet

  • 2 pieces of Side
  • 1 piece of Back
  • 1 pieces of Back2
  • 1 piece of Toekick
  • 1 piece of Bottom Shelf
    • Optional: Cut 1 more piece as a Top to add sturdiness
  • 1 piece of Front
  • 2 pieces of Countertop
  • 1 piece of Top Drawer
  • Choose either Drawers or Doors for below the top drawer:
    • 2 pieces of Lower Drawer, OR
    • 2 pieces of Door


I made a video overview of the assembly, which you can watch here or on YouTube. I recommend you watch it to get a feel of the whole process! The assembly notes below have some more details, so I think it’s helpful to read them also.

Step 1: Cut and label all pieces

Cut all the necessary pieces (refer to the cutting list above). Label each piece using a pencil, so the markings can be erased or covered easily with paint. Sand all edges so they’re smooth and even.

Step 2: Put together the pieces

Glue the Back 2 piece to the lower part of Back 1 piece.

attaching the small back piece to the large back piece

Then glue the sides to the back pieces.

attaching the sides of the dollhouse kitchen cabinet.

Insert the bottom shelf. If using, also add the optional top shelf.

attaching the bottom shelf of the dollhouse kitchen cabinet

Attach the toekick.

attach the toekick to the bottom of the dollhouse kitchen cabinet

And glue on the front piece.

attach the front of the kitchen cabinet

Step 3: Attach the Drawer or Door fronts

Glue on the Top Drawer piece on the upper front, and two Lower Drawer or two Door pieces below it. Then it’s ready to paint!

attach the fake drawers of the dollhouse kitchen cabinet

Step 4: Prepare the countertop

Layer together the two pieces of Countertop, and place them in place after the painted cabinet is dry. Then, add handles, and voila – finished!

attaching the handles to the drawer fronts


dollhouse kitchen cabinet in 1:12 and 1:16 scales

If you need to make other dollhouse kitchen pieces, check out these tutorials:


Made your own? I’d love to know!

What motivates me the most is seeing you use my tutorials to make your own minis! There are many ways you can share your projects:

  • comment below to let me know (or if you have any questions about it–for the benefit of others also!)
  • link back to my site or this tutorial,
  • tag me on Facebook or Instagram,
  • share your version on my Facebook group!

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