Things have been a wee bit hectic around here! But Brummies Hollow now has more interior finishes.
This house is suppose to look like an old English farm cottage- like a Peter Cottontail story book house. So the walls are nicely tattered and aged.
The floor is also very rustic. There's just a wash of silver/brown paint diluted with water and no gloss.
Upstairs, 2 walls and the ceiling are plastered and one wall has wallpaper. I also made a couple of chandelier.
One wall is plastered on the outside. I bought 2 pre-made square windows. The rest are all going to be custom windows. Mixing elements is a great way to get character for your house.
I also bought the door and painted it and glossed it. Then I made a little wreath.
I already put the plastic film for the windows. Notice I first painted around the exterior of the window. Let that dry and then apply your window. This is so that if any thing shows under the window trim, it won't be unfinished looking.
Brummies Hollow already has a lot of character inside, and with more to come. :)ReplyDelete
I like your ideas!The house has already a warm atmosphere. Looking forward to seeing more!ReplyDelete
Its going to be a very cute house. I love the floor and walls<3ReplyDelete
Tiene un aspecto maravilloso!!!! me encantará verla terminada!!ReplyDelete
Really gorgeous, you managed to catch the cottage style very well.ReplyDelete
Siempre maravillosa! ♥ReplyDelete
Nothing short of adorable. I like the wrap around window on the corner. Do you mind sharing what you use for window film? Can't wait to see the finished house. I am always inspired.ReplyDelete
Me encanta ese ambiente viejo y gastado, seguro que quedará preciosa, como todas tus casas.ReplyDelete
Espero ver pronto los avances.
Has conseguido darle ese estilo de viejo cottage!!!ReplyDelete
wow, just wow..Its so cottagey (is that a word) feeling. I cant wait to see what you do with the furnishings. this is really cute.ReplyDelete