I have always loved dollhouses which have legs. It makes a little house seem more like a piece of furniture in its own right. This seems to give a dollhouse a purpose in the decorative scheme of a room.
This house (below) is in the Nordiska Museum in Stockholm.
So I decided to give my little Scandinavian house legs. I bought a set of four turned legs from the hardware shop.
I made a frame by doweling the legs and cross frame piece together.
It was a challenge to make the frame square and straight. We employed four large clamps and spent a lot of time fiddling with it.