I spent some time working on a "kit" miniature house. I built it over the last seven months. It required no nails. Just glue, and some careful considerations as to what went where. I am not a carpenter, but decided it was time to challenge myself.
Finding old houses is a "lucky", chance. And, renovating three old houses, just made me want to do more miniatures! I think it's a little obsessive, but oh-so harmless.
It measures about 30" tall, 23" wide and 11 1/2" deep. It opens on the front, and has six rooms. I did some kit bashing, as they say in the miniature world. I removed all the stairs, so I could have more floor space for the fun little things I wanted to place in this one.
I call it the Jubilee House, and imagine it's in a quiet neighborhood of New Orleans.
Here are the colors I decided on. The front door has a tiny key up on the door ledge to keep out the inquisitive, and uninvited.
You will be invited to tour the rooms as I start the finishing touches, like floor boards, carpeting, and lights!
What I like about miniatures is that it's an ongoing , little bit, by little bit, project. Finding just the right piece of furniture, or accessory to go in that special room.
The Jubilee House is on it's way.....Smile On! Audrey