Townhouse Barbie Wood Dollhouse Donated to Local High School
Couldn’t resist donating another dollhouse 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.
What really make a house a home is how the inside is finished. The 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
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.
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.