The Fisher-Price Doll House (stylized as two words) was first released in 1978. It was a traditional, 3-story dollhouse with five rooms and came as a kit that had to be assembled. It was meant for older children and had a more realistic, less childish appearance than the later Little People toys or the Loving Family dollhouse.
Furniture for the Doll House was sold separately in packs called Decorator Sets. Several variations of the dollhouse and its furniture were made over the years. The furniture is compatible with other traditional dollhouses, but is smaller in scale than furniture for the Loving Family dollhouse or other Fisher-Price dollhouses produced later.