July 14, 2012

120 Copper Court - Peter Rabbit nursery

Here is the last interior room of the house, the nursery.  I just love how it turned out!  I still need to touch up my trimwork joints, but wanted to get the pictures up.  The ceiling is planked wood and I think it adds a great bit of texture and contrast to the room without looking like it wasn't meant to be there.  The chimney stack adds some 'pop', and I'm toying with taking on downward, through the master bedroom.  The only downside would be even more space taken away from an already too small room.  What do you all think?  The kit doesn't do it either, so I'm torn.






Now, it onward to continue finishing the exterior and the back edges of the floors/walls.  I just love it when a dollhouse comes together just the way I planned in my head!!

5 comments:

Teresa said...

That looks fantastic!

Dragonscale Miniatures said...

Its is just beautiful! As always, an inspiration.

Cate and David said...

Oh Marie, what a room!

Steinworks said...

what I would do is put a wood burning stove on back side with some faux granite and forget about carrying it down to the master bedroom

in a real house you could consider it a heat source for the attic room only and maybe put a faux heat register on the floor in the master bedroom.

at least thats what I would do

Love
Marisa

All Things Mini said...

So, that I understand, just connect the wood stove to the chimney stack? If that is what you are saying, I think I really lile that Idea! My only question, is would it have been considered a hazard in a nursery since the stove is hot?