After weeks of renovation, the downstairs room of the dollhouse addition is ready to furnish. This room served as a millinery shop when the addition was originally part of this house (I was 18). Since it has an exterior door, it may serve as a shop again sometime. I considered adding a fireplace along this wall like I did in each room of the main house, but I decided not to due to space. I regret that decision a little, but happy to have a full wall.
Wall paneling: Bristol board and cereal box cardboard
Doors: left is a faux door – House Works 6 panel interior door.
Took it apart and only used the door and the molding. Right is an exterior door – Mayberry Street Yorktown door from Hobby Lobby
Floor: wide plank House Works
Chair rail molding and baseboards: Hobby Lobby, they no longer carry these styles
Crown molding: from a Miniatures store on Ebay
Door knobs and key hole: Classics, repainted aged bronze
Paint finish: Latex interior house paint (white walls and ceiling "Feather Down" by Benjamin Moore (leftover real house living room paint), and a mix I made for this room (latex interior house paint – white base, nave blue, brown, and gray added). Aged with creme wax with a little Waverly "Mineral" chalk paint added. Dirtied up some areas with creme wax with a little brown wax.
Downstairs room reno
Teenage dollhouse addition remodel project
Simplicity dollhouse by Real Good Toys
1:12 colonial style house
Posted by Foxy Belle on 2019-03-23 09:50:50
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