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Friday, 19 March 2010

updates to waterway side house


in the house I had struggled for so long with the kitchen cos i really wanted to use my re-ment furniture and this is the effect I got with just 2 of my cupboards and the scales didn't work with the rest of the house so I am going to use 12th scale furniture and redo the kitchen and post oictures soon :-)


a view through the window into the living area :-)


an experiment:-) i placed this balcony which I made from stair railings and decorated using felt and lundby plants and re-ment room furniture on the balcony of the house :-)


made some changes to the bathroom, showing my lovely sink by pinchofpepper :-)
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6 comments:

  1. So great to have you back again Natalie, I've had a "little leave of absence" as well. Love your new sink and your little balcony.

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  2. The view from outside is great and so are all the views of your rich house and collection. I'm glad to have you back too and glad to have Pubdoll back too.

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  3. Hi Pubdoll, thank you :-) its great to be back, how are you too after your leave of absence :-)
    Glad you like the sink nd the balcony I really like the lundby planter and wanted to creat a garden thing for the house so I gave it a try!

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  4. Thank you Oese so much, I'm glad you like it, and thanks its been so busy and hectic, but I'm glad to be back too :-)

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  5. Is the sink on the right with the mirror pinchofpepper? I remember the sink on the left being pinchofpepper from another of your scenes. Both are gorgeous! I really like this version of the bathroom.

    You have such great stuff. Can't wait to see the next version of the kitchen. I like how the cabinets are stuffed with re-ment, that's how my cupboards look. :)

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  6. :-), glad you remembered, thank you, the sink on the right is from ebay, I moved the sink from pinchofpepper into this house as it looked lovely with the picture on the wall.

    I love filling up the cabinets and later on being excited at finding treasures when I open them to have a look ;-)

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