Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Attic Bedroom....complete!!!

So pleased to say that I (think) I have another room of the 'petite maison' finished. This time it is the little girls attic bedroom....(although there is no little girl!!) I may add a few more bits and pieces, but I like to keep a nice balance in my rooms, I don't want them to look 'cluttered', but on the other hand, I like enough items to make it interesting!

This photograph is showing you the whole room....bit hard to get a good shot of the over-all room, but it will give you a good idea of the lay-out. The pretty pink cadigan was hand knitted here in Australia, I bought it at the Sydney miniature fair. The doll on the bed is made by none other than the fabulous Margret Crosswell.

The wash stand , once again a 'small pleasures' kit....they were amazing kits, I feel so lucky I bought what I did. Tulips and jug were a gift from the very talented Sylvia and the room box was a "must have" that I bought from Lea Frisoni when I was in Paris.

...just a couple of little books I made years ago!

...and ofcourse a 'baby Dior' bag, I again bought this in Paris on my last trip.
....I have some more photos, but I shall 'post' those in a day or two, Mr Blogger was soooo slow up loading my images this morning....so blame him if you wanted to see more and now have to wait!!....

19 comments:

Vane said...

This scene is magnifique! Your work and your taste to combine things is sooo inspiring!!!

Hugs from Madrid

Vane

www.elminimundodevane.com

Marsha (Sassy Mini Dolls) said...

Absolutely breathtaking! Your rooms are beyond words! Wonderful decorating and exquisite miniatures! Hugs, Marsha

Claudia said...

What a beautiful room! Any little girl would feel like a princess in it!
How did Lea make that little room box???? Unbelievable! The sweater is darling.

Sca by Virginia Isabel said...

A quedado una preciosidad de habitacion.
Besujis!!!

marlies said...

Ooo its so gorgious, so beautiful. Love all the details in it! Like Marsha said, beyond words.
I could stay and watch these pictures for hours!
* marlies

Irene said...

The room is lovely and floor is particularly impressive - I envy your patience!

Maia's Twinkle Miniatures said...

Wow Linda, you have created another incredibly beautiful room, full of details and personality and so nicely put together. Thank you for sharing, it's so inspiring.
Maia

Liberty Biberty said...

BEAUTIFUL!
I think Molly Nylon, Mr Nylon's daughter, may have to come and mess it up a little, lol!
LOVE that baby Dior bag.
It all looks PERFECT!
Mercedes

Jill said...

Absolutely beautiful! (Sigh) I don't even have words for how beautiful the detail of that room is!

Garden of Miniatures said...

A very charming room,love it.Jeannette

Victoria said...

Absolutely fantastic! You have great taste. I love every detail.

rosanna said...

Nothing to add to all the othr comments... only that the pink cardigan is absolutely beyond words. How I'd like to touch everything and play a bit

Julianna said...

Every little girl would love to live in this room! :)I think there is so many beautiful details and pretty things all over the room,that I could look at the pictures the whole day.

dora said...

Como me tiene aconstumbrada. Es una maravilla de escena, un gusto exquisito. Preciosa, los detalles justos. Muy bonita.

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Eva J said...

Hello
The room is absolutely perfect -
like everything else you have
done - thank you for all
the inspiration!
/Eva J

Anonymous said...

What a lovely room you have created. Again!
I have enjoyed 'visiting your house' these past months. Your eye for detail is incredible!
Looking forward to see the rest...
Ciao, Helena

Eva said...

I do not what to add...because as all comments said it is a wonderful room!!
The room box is stunning!! I want one!!!!! LOL
and all the lovely details

madge1967 said...

You had me going in the bedroom area!!! I thought that this is where you was staying in NYC?....!
Great job!
Melissa