My Life Long Love of Dollhouse Miniatures

My love affair with all things miniature began when I was 10 and spent the summer with my Aunt and Uncle.

The little girl across the street had the most amazing miniature dollhouse. I had never seen unlike it before, and haven't seen anything like it since. Crafted by her grandfather and completely lit and furnished, we played with it for hours on end.

I've always dreamed of having my own miniature dollhouse and a few years ago my husband surprised me with a beautiful Cape-Cod style home for Christmas.

I am still decorating and always looking for inspiration.  These are some of the things I would love to re-recreate in my own way.

Dollhouse Miniatures

Everything about this is room amazing. From the stained glass door, fluffy, knitted throw, hand-embroidered pillows and shabby chic style furnishings.

Dollhouse Miniatures

A larger view of the Great Room. Adorable dining table  and tons of little details everywhere you look.

Dollhouse Miniatures

This rug is beautiful!  I want a full-size one for my real house!

Dollhouse Miniatures

Distressed wood cabinets and under cabinet lighting

Dollhouse Miniatures

Attic bedroom with shabby chic theme

Dollhouse Miniatures

Little dressing table and beautiful wrought iron bird cage

Dollhouse Miniatures

Victorian bottles on the dressing table, a miniature jar of Vaseline and some soft lighting.

I have a tremendous amount of respect for the amount of work that goes into creating these lovely rooms for all of us to enjoy!

Until next time,

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