Couldn’t resist donating another Barbie wooden townhouse to a great cause. The Theater Booster Club at our local high school is trying to raise funds to send the kids to Edinburgh, Scotland as representatives for the USA. Very exciting. I finished a Townhouse I had started and donated it as their key raffle item to raise money during their production of My Fair Lady.
Interior Details for the Barbie Wooden Townhouse
What really makes a house a home is how the inside is finished. The Barbie Wooden Townhouse is big enough to have 2 bedrooms. Here’s the first one – ceiling fan and vaulted ceiling make it roomy.
I love love love the lamps. Check out my other post on lamps.
Bedroom Number 2 in the Barbie Wooden Townhouse
Let’s check out bedroom #2. I got a little fancy with the wallpaper here. It took a while to size it correctly and make it look like fabric wall panels. The wooden bed was upholstered and a mattress was sewn permanently into the wood. Check out this blog on how I did that. I think I’ll keep doing it this way in the future. I stained the cheval mirror a darker stain and used a really cool fabric for the “carpet”. Of course every window has trim and every room has detailed baseboards.
The Bathroom in the Barbie Wooden Townhouse
Kept it pretty simple and elegant. This room has crown molding and a wood chair rail. I really like the tile design.
Good words to live by everyday.
The Living Room
Spent quite a bit of time on the Living Room — furniture to upholster, tables to paint, lamps to create, and some artwork. I could have kept going but ran out of time.
The Kitchen in the Barbie Wooden Townhouse
I’ve got some big design ideas for a future Townhouse – I’m thinking NYC, Manhattan, maybe some shopping. Stay tuned.