My french style mansard roof dollhouse is done. It's called La Maison de Campagne.
All the chandeliers, porch light and fireplace are run by batteries and switches hidden in the 2 chimneys.
Downstairs is the living room and kitchen.
I made 2 upholstered chairs, a rug, coffee table, mantel, painting of the Petit Hameau of Marie Antoinette, a little dog, plant. The mantel has a battery operated "fire".
In the kitchen I made a vintage stove, shelves and a table. I purchased the 2 chairs.
Upstairs, you'll find a little atelier and a bedroom.
I made a cozy bed and a nightstand for this room. The lace curtain is sprayed with hairspray(all the house's curtains are) so they hang properly.
The desk in here is from a House of Miniatures kit. I made the chair by just winging it.
On the desk there's a watercolor set, paintbrush, oeuvres d'art in progress, a little rag.
The roof is a simulated metal roof. It's all paint effects. On the walls I used premixed concrete.
I had to make these doors. I had ordered some which got lost by the mailman. I By the time someone returned them to me it was too late. I had already made the set you see here. These doors were not hard to make but they did take an entire day.
This house is available in my shop CinderellaMoments.etsy.com.