Welcome to the Dollhouse First Floor

The kitchen and living room

The style of my dollhouse house is an eclectic mix which reflects my life in Canada , as well as my English roots.

I try not to have anything which would have been made later than 1944....hence no televisions or computers .....I do bend that rule a bit though, when I just cannot resist a little something.

A close look at the ice box and the food on the pantry shelf. There is real olive oil in the glass bottle.



The table is set for dinner. Hmmm, I guess I will have to add some cutlery to the dollhouse collection

There is roasted lamb for dinner with tossed salad, roast potatoes, corn, carrots and green beans.

The wallpaper for the kitchen can be found on
my wallpaper printables website.

Please, come into the living room

There are so many items in my dollhouse , that I can't remember where they all came from. Some of them
just seem to have appeared there! The little cushions on the love seat are actually earrings.The' flower pot 'on the mantle is from my Mum's thimble collection.

One day about 8 years ago, I came home from work to find on my doorstep, a cereal box half filled with dollhouse furniture and accessories. There must have been more than 50 pieces! What a wonderful surprise. A friend, who flips real estate, had found the miniatures at a house he was cleaning out. The side table on the back wall, as well as the candle holder, the pewter Venus statue and the blue china plate were found in the cereal box.


miniature violin

I received this sweet little violin as a Christmas gift . It is one of my favorite pieces.
It was purchased in Niagara-on-the-Lake,Ontario

sample of wallpaper

The wallpaper for the living room can be can be found on my
wallpaper printables website

Let's go upstairs to see the bedrooms.
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