The layout of this house strongly reminded me of the interior of my childhood best friend's home. Her mother was an artist with a bohemian flair, and this build is inspired by those memories.
This project is a 1:24 scale lasercut kit called the Hill View Victorian Cottage made by Red Cottage Miniatures.
I've been doing counted cross stitch (and occasionally needlepoint) since 1995. A few years ago I ran out of wall space so I started focusing on petit point instead of life sized pieces. Here are some of them.
My wonderful bf found a dollhouse at Goodwill one day for $4.99. When i walked into the house that day after work, this beauty was waiting for me on the table. It's a tudor style, and I knew instantly it was going to be a Harry Potter-inspired house. I am in the process now of transforming it into a wizard shop, like one would find in Diagon Alley.
a mostly assembled Duracraft Bellingham that's being rehabbed/finished for donation to Salem Christian Homes for the Developmentally Disabled. This is my second donation to their yearly auction - looking forward to a beautiful house that raises much needed funds!
This is the first dollhouse that I have ever gotten, it was a project started in 1979. It is framed like a house, 3 stories, wired electric, removable front. The only other information I have is a parts list that says Queen Anne, but it's not like the ones that i have found online.
I'm finally getting around to rehabbing this RGT Contemporary Ranch that's been sitting in my bedroom for the last....I don't even know how long. I'll be decorating around some Reac modern furniture--going for a mid-century modern look. Inspiration from my grandparent's house.
In August 2019 we sold our home in Washington state and moved to Nebraska. After shopping online, from far away, and looking at dozens of houses, we found our jewel. It is a Craftsman, built in 1920. It needs a little TLC but the inspection showed that the bones are sound and it's in good shape. The previous owner was a widower in his 90's who had lived here with his family for 57 years!
I feel like I've just moved into my own dollhouse!
Rehabbing the Laurel which original builder put together with hot glue -- so it has been quite easy to take apart. Love the small footprint of the Laurel, but making a few modifications. Moving the stairs, front door, adding more floor space to the kitchen work area by bumping out the sidewall and making a small dining area by bumping out the front (under the porch) just to fit small table and chairs.