She already has the perfect body, a wardrobe that any young girl would die for and several fast cars, so it seems only fair that Barbie gets a perfect home too.

The world's most famous doll has had a house remodelled as a tribute to the blonde bombshell.

In honour of Barbie's 50th birthday last week, California-based toymaker Mattel unveiled the famous Malibu Dream House this weekend.

Mattel hired the interior designer Jonathan Adler to transform the 3,500 square foot property in Malibu into a shrine for the ultimate Californian girl.

Mr Adler said he designed the home to be 'happy chic,' hence the gaudy, gift-wrapped, cherry-on-top feel to the place, AOL Real Estate reports.

The bedroom is a riot of fabric at Barbie's Malibu Dream House

The house is top to bottom kitsch and features a chandelier made of Barbie hair.

There is a closet filled with thousands of shoes and a sunburst mirror made from 65 Barbie dolls.

The bedroom matches her gender-stereotyped favorite color: Pink.

There's a games room with a pool table complete with balls that are ... pink!

One of the living rooms

The living room has pink and white lampshades, pink cushions and the centrepiece on the impressive mirrored wall is a portrait of the middle-aged glamour girl herself.

The beachfront house is not open to the public, but in May Mr Adler will be taking some of the signature designs from the property and making a Barbie suite at The Palms Hotel in Las Vegas.

That room will be viewable by the public and also can be rented for parties.

The games room, complete with pool table, wall mounted TV and audio equipment

Mattel also unveiled the newest version of Barbie.

The new Barbie dolls are being sold at the cheap price of $3 for one week at select stores.

That was how much it cost 50 years ago when it first was introduced at the New York Toy Fair in 1959.

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