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HERE ARE THE SAMPLES OF

ART NOUVEAU DOLLHOUSE WALLPAPER

If you find a wallpaper you like, click on the sample. Clicking the sample will bring up a full 8 inch x 10 inch image of the dollhouse wallpaper.


Art Nouveau simply means new art. The movement away from structured Victorian design. Art Nouveau began in the last two decades of the eighteen hundreds, but it really came into its own in 1900 at the Paris Exposition Universelle.

Artists looked to nature for there inspiration. Stylized plants, leaves, flowers even seeds were featured in intricate wallpaper designs.

Art Nouveau was fresh and new, slender elongated vertical lines reach for the stars in architecture and sculptures, as well as home accessories.

It has never completely lost it's appeal. It became popular in the 1960's along with the 'Hippie Movement', and the wallpapers designed by William Morris and others of the era, enjoyed a resugence during the 1980's.

The Art Nouveau Movement went hand in hand with the Arts and Crafts Movement. People began to turn their backs on mass produced furniture, preferring hand crafted pieces. Rattan and wicker were popluar materials for furniture.

Unfinished wood was used, as tree branches became table legs.

Art Nouveau dollhouse furniture can be made pretty inexpensively using twigs

 



 

Links for Art Nouveau Dollhouse Furniture and Accessories

 

Beautiful period Pieces in Dollhouse Furnishings
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Tropical Rattan Furniture, Art Deco Furniture 1920s thru 1960s
SSfurniture Company

Teresa's Miniature Creations speciallizing in smaller
scale laser cut miniature furniture kits.
Teresa's Minature Creations

1/12th Individually Handcrafted Miniatures from UK and US Craftsmen
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Here are some Tutorials for you to make some
Art Nouveau items for your dollhouse

A Tiffany lamp from Bindel Ornaments.
Don't think you can't make it.?
You will be surprised..
Bindels Ornaments

Tiny Steam Punk Hats
By Fashion Diva Design



Easy PeasyFans

from cocktail Umbrellas

Make an Arts and CraftsTable

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Charles Voysey


M.P Verneuil c 1896

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Famous Artists from the Art Nouveau Movement

 

Charles Rennie Mackintosh - architect and designer of furniture and jewellery

Alphonse Mucha - posters

Aubrey Beardsley - book illustrations

Louis Comfort Tiffany - lighting

René Lalique - glass and jewellery

William Morris - architecture and design


 

 

 
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