|Living room in a new house that I didn't know I was going to do!|
I am doing a house I had not planned to build (although I always liked it): an RGT Montclair with two-story addition, but I inherited a partially started house and took it upon myself to see it finished. Unfortunately, some of the plywood is a little warped here and there, but I never met a piece of wood that didn't want to warp at some time or another--dollhouse or real house! I inherited a lot of the furnishings and other interior stuff--some of which has to be used, and some is at my discretion.
I have done more work on it than will be in this post since I really want to get out into blog-land quickly before real world comes 'round again. Many more details in the next post.
I am not following all the sketches and instructions that came with the house--it was to be a much grander bash than I am doing, but I am trying to do the "spirit" of it.
The house will be front opening with a flip-up attic (no, I don't know how I will build a "raise-able" attic roof with a wide gable). The main house is your standard center hall colonial. I have expanded the attic in the rear and have 9" ceilings and two large rooms. The main house is 36" across x 19" deep. The addition is 13" wide x 19" deep and contains one room per floor and each room connects to the main house.
Some "more-advanced" rooms (details in the next post):
|Door case on all main floor door cases using Unique Miniatures moulding, the moulding with which I have a love-hate relationship!|
|Living room with some furniture|
|Library- I hate, hate, hate, this wallpaper--more next time.|
I will try to report back soon!!