The Playsteel Colonial dollhouse was manufactured by the National Can Corp. of New York and arrived on the market in 1948. I don't know how much money this house sold for in 1948, but I was able to negotiate the price of mine to just $17!
One of the things I love about old lithographed houses is the graphics and this house is not exception. The living room has wood floors and a large area rug. The paneled walls are white with some built-ins around the fireplace wall.
The kitchen is bright yellow and red with a striped linoleum floor.
The upstairs has three rooms, this is the master bedroom in teals and yellow.
The nursery is decorated in pinks and pale blues and nursery rhyme characters.
My favorite room in this house is the bathroom. It has a linoleum floor complete with fish and bubbles and mural of a majestic swan above the area for the bathtub.
No nursery furniture yet, in fact if you look close, there is only a twin bed - I guess it is a bachelor pad for now.