I have named the french mansard doll's house "La Maison de Campagne" (the country house). And it's really starting to look cozy!
First, I added beams downstairs.
The ceiling is a cream plaster that's been aged with a yellowish/brown paint. I'm also getting my accessories together. I painted a rug and painted the chairs a grey color.
I made one of my stove ranges. You can find the tutorial here: http://www.cinderellamoments.com/2014/04/vintage-style-dollhouse-miniature-stove.html
This one I made really old. I painted it a light teal/ robin egg blue. I sanded it. Then I used my brown ink pad to age it.
The upstairs has wallpaper. These 2 rooms both have scrapbook paper. It comes already aged. How cool is that!!
The floor is darker than downstairs.
The room at the top of the stairs will have some sort of little desk.
And this will be the bedroom. Till next time!
Great to see the progress with this little house Caroline. Your little stove is sweet and I love the upstairs wallpaper. Carol :)ReplyDelete
What a scrumptious shabby chic look... Love the colours in that downstairs room and the kitchen range is genius! Gorgeous beams in the ceiling too. Looking forward to more...ReplyDelete
Wooo. I love this house already! ♥ReplyDelete
You have found perfect wallpapers to upstairs.
Yes, and your stove is as adorable as every time I see one! :) Hugs, piikko
Que afortunada eres con esa maravillosa casa por delante para decorar!! Los tonos que estas utilizando son perfectos. Un abrazoReplyDelete
Gorgeous!!! This latest house looks so cozy, and the stove and chandelier are favorites. <3 xo JenniferReplyDelete
wow! Running out beautiful!ReplyDelete
Me gusta como han quedado las paredes de la planta superior. Bonita lámpara y la cocina ha quedado genial.ReplyDelete
Just so cute. I love the way age all of the finishes and surfaces. The kitchen stove is perfect. I am excited to what else you do.ReplyDelete
Always so beautiful....love the stove!ReplyDelete
wow, great progress and of course everything is gorgeous. Do you buy the wallpaper or print your own? Can you use scrapbook paper? Love the name too!ReplyDelete
Hi Barb! These are all scrapbook papers. I also sometimes print real wallpapers from the internet. But for this house I found everything I wanted in the scrapbook department.Delete
kinda thought that! My house still isn't here but is on it's way. Thanks for all your help. Let me know if I drive you nuts! <3Delete
Amazing work! I love it so much!ReplyDelete
Me encantan las vigas en el techo de la planta de abajo,le dan un aspecto rústico y acogedor,los tonos del mobiliario muy acorde al estilo y los papeles del piso superior son preciosos!!! Me gustan mucho los avances!!!!ReplyDelete
It really looks cosy!! Funny how beams can make a house looks so much cosier! But it really does!ReplyDelete
I love the wallpaper upstairs, especially the red one =) Looking forward on seeing more of this!
What a sweet house and what a nice stove stairs en wallpaper!ReplyDelete
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The wallpapers are fantastic and I love the stove. Another gorgeous house!ReplyDelete
Amazing! I like the wallpapars and the chandelier.ReplyDelete
Your maison de campagne looks great so far, Caroline, I especially love the old look of the wall paper in the bedroom :)! The house is already very cosy to see, the stove looks wonderful.ReplyDelete
Wow, I totally love this new house, the little stove is amazing, can't belice you made it from scratch. :0)ReplyDelete
Hi Caroline, O yes ,the house definitely looks french, the wallpaper is very charming and I love your stove ranges !ReplyDelete
I can´t wait to see more :)
Hugs Mieke xxx
Lovely lovely work! Your color choices for this build are perfect, I do love the aging on your stove makes it feel so authentic and loved;)ReplyDelete
Precioso me encanta como esta quedando.ReplyDelete
Fantastic house I love the wallpapers. The stove is gorgeous and looks perfect under the stairs. Looking forward to seeing more.ReplyDelete
Ваш дом выглядит потрясающе! Мне нравится ваш потертый стиль! Очень реально и красиво!
What a beautiful house! And the stove is gorgeous!!! Adorable wallpaper, looking forward for next...ReplyDelete
Have a nice sunday, Caroline!
Beautiful. As always you've thought of every detail. I particularly love the stove.ReplyDelete
Absolutely LOVE it! The stove is really fantastic. I need to check out the tutorial because I think I missed it before.ReplyDelete
Hi Caroline! I agree with Norma, I Absolutely Love it too and the stove is your best yet! The scrapbook wall paper is Perfect for the upstairs and speaking of which, the staircase is a great feature for this house. I am Loving it all so far; keep it coming! :DReplyDelete