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I think you should stop thinking about it as an issue of scale, and make or choose what looks aesthetically pleasing to you. Toys come in lots of sizes, so several of the scales will work. Think about what you want to do with it, and then determine how big it should be. If you want a doll for the bed, how tall should that doll be to appear "right" for your scene when it's sitting on the bed?

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If the toy shop is 1:12, you are looking for 1:12 toys. I collect dh toys. With some, they are multi scale. With many, it matters. I end up arranging and re arranging toy scenes over and over to get the look right. Many toys I have a hard time with because they just don't look right, regardless of size.

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I am putting together a 1:12 Toy Shoppe, and so far the toys I have gathered (stacked blocks, coloring books, plushies, paper dolls and a marionette stage) are all 1:12. I was given a 1:144 scale dollhouse - The Queen Anne - and it is too large to work for my Shoppe. A smaller 1:144 scale house kit would probably work much better than that one. So I won't be putting it in there, I'll just use it for a prop for my 1:6 scale bjd instead.

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