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Could someone tell me what the ceiiling height of the the Willow Dollhouse is?  Thinking of purchasing and wonder if I would be able to replace the doors and windows with standard dollhouse (non-Greenleaf) elements.

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Ceiling height is 8.5inches. I am doing a Willow currently. You shouldn't have a problem upgrading the windows and doors. The walls are only 1/8inch in thickness, so the windows will stick out about 1/8 of an inch. It is easily fixable.

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Thanks so much for your response, Carrie!  The additional info that you provided is in-valuable!!! Have a GREAT day!!!

PS:  Love your Blog!!!

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