Friday, March 1, 2013

1:12 Scale Victorian Dollhouse Miniatures: Kitchen and Dining Room, Pt.3


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Here is the kitchen and dining room of my 1:12 scale miniature Victorian dollhouse!  Click to see the  previous post :

Victorian Dollhouse - Living Room 1:12 scale, pt 2 

 

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See the bedrooms, bath, sewing and library here--> Victorian Miniatures
Comments welcome!

 

14 comments:

  1. This is so beautiful! Hard to believe it's a dollhouse!

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  2. I love your sweet kitchen! It has so much charm. I'm loving all of the little details. xo Jennifer

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    1. Plushpussycat, Thanks so much for stopping by again :)

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  3. Your rooms are so tastefully done. I love your use of colour. You have such lovely accessories and I like how you have a knack for putting them just in the right place. I'm looking forward to seeing your other rooms.

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  4. You are so good to be detailed. I love your kitchen curtains and your kitchen window is also very beautiful. Your kitchen is so cozy. Your dining table lamp is also nice. Great range and fine shelves with plates.

    Hugs
    Wyrna

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  5. Above they said it all! I love the rooms with all the beautiful details. Did you make the dinning room chandelier yourself? It's impressive. I've made a few myself but didn't get to use them yet. I love playing with beads.
    Hugs, Drora

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  6. Drora, Yes, I made it many years ago, had a lot more patience then but it is fun playing with beads! Thanks for stopping by again!

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  7. And again a good touch of Asia in the dining-room, so clever to use this as some kind of a theme. I think it adds much to the atmosphere and makes the whole project more personal. Both rooms are fun to watch with their many details such as the spice board or the hanging fruit baskets just to name a few.

    Greetings
    Birgit

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    1. Thanks Birgit, I think these little peeps must have traveled and collected things from all over! The hanging fruit basket I made with tulle...but I can't exactly remember how....I was much more patient then!

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  8. Hello Heather! I think that all of the ladies who have commented have all adored the inherent charm that oozes from each room that we see! Your ability to create a Victorian atmosphere and the way that you have loaded in the details is wonderful! I see that you have used 2 different stoves in the kitchen but I like the choice of the Roper as it gives the kitchen more freshness and also a little more elbow room around the stove. A very pleasing room and so comfortable to be in! The dining room looks a little more formal and that is good. Again your choice of accessories is well thought out and beautifully arranged and constant with your theme! Love it!

    elizabeth

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    1. Elizabeth, I was wondering if anyone would notice! The Roper is newer & I took part of the back out so the little peeps could see out the window while they were cooking! That kitchen is so small with such an awkward layout! Thanks :)

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