A last dollhouse for the year, Under Paris Roofs is a custom dollhouse that will be the perfect backdrop for minis.
I kept this one very neutral so it could go with any style.
The aged exterior is smooth white plaster with a grey faux metal roof. The trims are done in grey and white.
I covered a bead with white nail polish to give the doorknob a porcelain look.
This house is 20 1/4" tall x 16 1/4" wide x 16 1/2" deep.
On the side of the house is a bump out section with a huge picture window. Perfect little veranda or artist studio.
I used a crown plaster embellishment above the door. This is one made by Melissa Frances.
The aging is done with brown ink pads.
The lights are battery operated. The switches for the chandeliers and the fireplace mantle fire are hidden in the chimney with the battery.
You can see the porch light above the door.
Inside is filled with trims! Coffered and beam ceilings, window trims, moldings...
Here is a roaring fire in the mantel. This is controlled with a different switch from the lights.
The bump out entry has picture frame moldings on the walls.
I made all the crystal chandeliers by hand.
Upstairs is nice and tall for furniture. There are plenty of windows for lots of light. Ready to move in? This house is available in my shop: cinderellamoments.etsy.com
A very Merry Christmas to all of you. Enjoy your time off with your family. The best New Year too! May 2018 be the best year ever!
Es una casita de ensueño, Caroline! Y tus lámparas son maravillosas! Me enamoro de todas, jaaaa!ReplyDelete
Feliz Navidad! :)
Really loving this house! You inspire!ReplyDelete
Merriest of relaxing Christmases. :)
Caroline, wat een leuk huis is dit weer geworden.ReplyDelete
What a great house! I like very much the structure of the roof, the colours are perfect. I also enjoy the big large window, as you say it could be perfect as an artist studio. You're always very good at giving some of your houses a French look.ReplyDelete
I love all your houses, but I have to admit that this is my absolute favorite. It looks beautiful, the roof, the glass extension... great work.ReplyDelete
Todas tus casas son preciosas, pero ésta es espectacular !!!!!!ReplyDelete
Los desniveles del tejado son increíbles. Me encanta.
Felices fiestas también para tí.
Me encanta Caroline!!! Esos tejados y esos maravillosos ventanales dan una gran elegancia a la casa. Por dentro encantadora,preciosos los techos .ReplyDelete
Da gusto ver tus casas tan dulces y suaves, esta con el porche acristalado es fantástica. Estoy deseando verla con los muebles. Felices fiestas y próspero año nuevo. Besos:-)ReplyDelete
This is my favorite of yours I think! I've always wanted to live in a house likethis, with all the angles and bump outs. Beautiful!ReplyDelete
It looks very French and it's one of your most beautiful houses. A perfect studio upstairs for an artist. Awesome work!ReplyDelete
Oh my god ....... this is the most beautiful house I have ever seen. I love the big window / artist studio and your chandeliers are record-breaking: o)ReplyDelete
All your houses are beautiful, but this is a dream!
Wish you a Merry Christmas and all the best for the New Year 2018 !!
Wonderful dollhouse. A Great work! Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
Hi Caroline! I LOVE this house and with the complexity of the roof and the beams on the ceilings not to forget the SUPERB quality of light FILLING every square inch. It is a Delight to the eyes and Pleasure to behold :DReplyDelete
What a Grand Finale your "Under Paris Roofs" is; the perfect note on which to end this year, and it certainly deserves A Standing Ovation- BRAVO!!! :D
I love it..........those floor to ceiling bay windows are awesome. What an
adorable cottage....you do such great work, and I don't know how you come up
with all these neat designs...Can't wait to see what you put inside.
So how was your family vacation and Christmas.....Hope it was lovely....
Take care hon
Love and blessngs, Nellie
Awwwww! This house looks so prety and cute. Inded this will be best for minis. I like the color and the aging with brown ink pads is an aweome idea. I would love to gift this to my l'll sista. Keep sharing! furniture installation companyReplyDelete
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