Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Doll House Update.


Yes. there is even a Sissy Dog on the front porch!

   For now, the doll house is finished. All the painting, wall papering, carpet. floors, curtains and such are done and in place.Most of the  basic furniture is there as well. Who's to say, I will not change it around, add to it ,or take away? It still needs lots of art work and accessories. These will come with time. That will be the fun now, finding a small treasure to fill in the gaps. It has been so much fun. I am excited now to get it home ,where it will live in the library at, My Old Historic House. Next pictures will be of it in the library. If you are just starting to view my blog, be sure and scroll back and see the doll house progress. It sure has come a long way from when I found it the day after Christmas 2011.
   I hope you enjoy the pictures. Please come time soon for a real tour. I will leave the lights on and Sissy Dog will always meet you with a jump and a kiss. I hope you are having beautiful spring weather like we are. It is something else, first of March and all is coming alive. I only hope that the weather does not turn on us and hurt it all. Happy early spring. Richard and Sissy.

The attic shabby chic bed room.

The attic store room. Real wood floors.

The Blue Master Bed Room.

Library with real wood floor.

Parlor


Dining Room. Notice the ceiling detail.


Second floor hall landing,  notice the ceiling detail.


Parlor detail

25 comments:

Shelia said...

Hi Richard! Oh, you've been busy! I love your doll house and you've found a little Sissy dog! Just perfect.
be a sweetie,
shelia ;)

Tracey@Breathing English Air said...

It looks lovely. If only I were smaller!

Curtains in My Tree said...

The doll is house is fabilous like every thing you own.
I like the little bitty plates hanging on the wall in the dinning room
Also love love little Sissy dog .
I am sure you will keep adding to it even after you get it home in the big library
I will look for little bitty art pictures for you. There is someone really close to Columbia that sells all doll house things just thought about them. I will give them a call, see if they have any wall pitures

xoxoox

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Richard!!
OMG!! What a magnificent job you have done with her!!
First of all, I LOVE the Sissie Dog on the front porch!! Too Cute!!
And after seeing your, I definitely need to rethink my curtains o in my Nelson Crest!! LOL!!

Great job!!

Hugs,
Deb

Robin's Egg Bleu said...

Absolutely gorgeous! And I really love your color palette!

Butterbean Row said...

Richard,
Your doll house is fantastic! And you have made it complete with Sissy Dog guarding the front.

♥charlotte

The Dusty Victorian said...

Hello Richard,
Extraordianry! Your doll house should be in Victorian Homes magazine as well.
Enjoyed your previous posts very much - as usual.
Anyes
XX

M.A.the2nd said...

Richard the doll's house looks incredible! Congratulations you have created a masterpiece!
best wishes
Frances

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

How fun. I know you will be happy to have it home. Too cool you have a Sissy Dog on the porch! Give a kiss to the real one for me!

mississippi artist said...

Now it is truly a home-it has a Sissy dog!I saw a huge two story doll house at our resale shop the other day and thought of you. Now what is your next project?

Babs said...

Richard, your doll's house is perfect and it even has a beautiful dress on the dress form. How darling and with Sissy Dog waiting on the porch. Thanks for sharing,
Babs

Pearl said...

Very nice Richard, I can't imagine the hours you have put in. I love it all. Sissy dog is the perfect touch. Hugs, Pearl

GinaBVictorian said...

Hi Richard! Your house looks great!!! Here is the link to info on the miniature shop near Columbia, it is actually just down the road from Artichoke Annie's Antique Mall.
http://www.visitmo.com/treasure-hill-miniatures.aspx
I bet they would have some miniature cranberry glass that you just couldn't live without! :) It's a great place to shop! Also, Hobby Lobby has miniatures.

Victorian1885 said...

I love your Doll house! What detail in the smallest of pieces... have a good week!

Wanda

Ivy and Elephants said...

I think the doll house is coming along famously! I love all the attention to detail that you are giving it. But my favorite part is Sissy Dog on the porch. I love it!
Hugs,
Patti
Don't forget to link to the party!

Sissysmom said...

Wow, it's really looking great! So glad you got a little Sissy Dog for the doll house.

Michele

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

I think I will need to take a trip north to see this in person. It's fabulous Richard!

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Oh my goodness, Richard. That looks awesome. The Sissy dog made me smile. Love it.

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Richard, I knew the first time I saw your doll house that you would make it beautiful! The lacy bedcover is so pretty and you even have a dress form. Great job, Richard! Hugs, Sherry

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Richard, I knew the first time I saw your doll house that you would make it beautiful! The lacy bedcover is so pretty and you even have a dress form. Great job, Richard! Hugs, Sherry

Love Of Quilts said...

What a fabulous redo I like all your rooms. That little dog is so sweet standing guard at the front door.

dale's dreams said...

The house is so lovely, Richard. :)

I guess I do things backwards, I buy all of the smalls first and then procure the house. ;)

Susan said...

Hello Richard! Just getting to see the dollhouse post. ENCHANTING. You have done a fabulous job. Love the curtains in all the rooms and the beds! Awesome. Well, just like your "big" house, you have given your little house your special touch. Loved the tour. Susan

victorian parlor II said...

Richard,

It's gorgeous!!! I wanted to start work on a dollhouse years ago but didn't have the space to display it so I gave up before I started work and sold the few pieces I had at a yard sale. I love seeing fancy dollhouses and all their minature details! You've done a marvelous job with yours!

Blessings,

Kim

Rhissanna said...

This is really lovely, Richard. I love the little Sissy.