Getting ready to start on the next floor... but first
Neal and Sarah's bedroom
I thought the bedding looked a bit Art Deco so I went for this 20's Fan design
A builder is fixing the fire to the wall, it's one of those new newfangled things... is it a fire or a TV or BOTH?
Behind the bed is the walk in wardrobe
With mirrored end panels
The ligh still needs to go up in the dressing area
Neal and Sarah's bathroom
With working light
Neal's office. The desk was to short so I used two FR stands to make it higher.
Next door the family have two daughters. Roz's bedroom
The girls joint bathroom (still awaiting doors)
And the younger daughter Eve's bedroom.
And now back to the next floor up
The builders are working hard installing the ceiling in Neal and Sarah's home
Below a quick picture of the children's ward
OK, so a lot of you know my little.... fetish!LOL
I put it down to Barbie not having toilets when I was little! Well, that's my story and I'm sticking to it!!!!
Oh, and anyone got any toilets different to what's shown and your willing to sell... please contact me email@example.com
Fires can be an interesting addition in a doll room. Barbie, Sindy and Gloria have all made many a fire over the years...
This is a rather fun fireplace originally in red (nice change from PINK). This was one of my first experiments and I hand painted it an off white colour. I will one day give this a bit of an upgrade as I've learnt a lot over the years. Not sure what at the moment hence it still as is!
My dad is a model train enthusiast (OO scale) and I have over the years had a lot of help from him and also been to many a model railway show where I have picked up some interesting items that I can re-purpose. Below is one of those items a railway arch that I have painted (again a long time ago) and I need to add some grouting and maybe a wash?
Below is a Sindy fire , I came in the cream and I repainted it to black. This is one of my favourite fires as it lights up. Unfortunately the bulbs don't work and I need to find replacements. While these fires are easy enough to still find…
I have a little bit of a thing for 'babies' Barbie and co babies that is. I also love prams/buggies/strollers or whatever! For some time I had wanted a mini pram like you see so much in human size these days. Imagine my excitement when I spotted the new Skipper Babysitter Inc pram, it looked (almost) perfect. As soon as I spotted one on Amazon I had to get it AND it was not silly expensive. The pram's come in yellow with a white baby and pink with a black Baby.
(Not my photo's)
For some reason the pink pram is very hard to find in England, but I did find one on Amazon. The height was good too and worked well with the taller IT dolls. As you can see I painted mine
So next the painting thing The base parts come apart pretty easy but the top peace (bucket) can not be taken apart. I wanted to paint the top of the bucket but leave the base grey. All the parts I did NOT want painted I coated with a couple of coats of school PVA glue