Over the past few months I have been making some decisions about the interior of my Victorian Dollhouse. I had been putting most of my focus on the kitchen. I had previously purchased a stove that I thought I'd put in in but after doing some research I found it would be more suitable for a 1920's house.
I'm sure, like most miniaturists, I've been focusing on the details...things like working doors, are a must for me. After some research I found the range I wanted.
I found "The Phoenix Kitchener". This range comes in a white-metal kit that you glue together and then paint. I'm planning to paint it with matt black paint to try and make it as realistic as possible.
Of course having looked at it, it has inspired me to "add" to my dollhouse. It's going to be a big "add" though. I've decided that my dollhouse needs a proper basement with servants quarters. I've been brainstorming some ideas and had a look at lots of images and have come up with a plan. It means adding possibly an extra 2-3 rooms to my house which means I have 15 rooms to decorate....(What am I getting my self into???)
I'm also adding an external chimney to make it even more realistic. (The Kitchener should fit in it nicely!)
Little Metal Trainset
Did anyone else attend this fair? There were lots of items to choose from. As I was thinking of purchasing the range, I didn't purchase much but was very impressed by the displays.
On another note I've noticed today that I'm up to 199 followers. Looks like I better start thinking of a giveaway to celebrate 200...
Have a great day..IndyPoppy