Thursday, 9 February 2012

Sea View - My 5th Dolls House

Hello Everyone,

I hope you are all fine. It has been a while since my last post. I haven't been well myself. I want to thank you all for your comments on my Toll House and I also would like to welcome the new followers of my blog.

Today I will be sharing with you one of my latest projects that I have completed last October. This is a Dolls House Emporium kit which it's original name was Lake View. As I live very close to the sea, I decided to call it Sea View.

My Sea View

The Entrance
It was quite a challenge to complete as I am more comfortable in building periodic dolls houses than modern ones. Today I will be sharing with you the Entrance and the Sitting room which are the first rooms.

For the entrance I wanted something totally different and I wanted it to have a feeling of Zen and peace. So I have built a wall with three opening in it. I wanted something grand for this room so I added a water feature with small stones around which I have managed to add even lights to it. To keep it a place of peace I found 6 laughing Buddhas which fitted in perfectly.

I was quite pleased with it's outcome. The sitting room had to compliment the entrance to I have added a split level and added marble edging to distinguish where the split level is.  I have built a modern fireplace myself to continue with the split level. Around the fire place I have added the same stone decoration that I used for the water feature.  To this room I gave it a touch from Africa and it really suited it well. I found a small wooden sculpture that fitted the scene to perfection.
The Sitting room

The Sitting room featuring the split level combined with the fire place

The Sitting room featuring the entrance

I hope you like both these rooms. Next post I will be featuring the living area and kitchen so please do keep tuned.

Take Care 

Rebecca xxx



  1. Hope you're resting with your feet up and feeling better soon :)

    Sea view is wonderful! I love modern homes.

  2. I love modern too but not ultra modern, yours is just right :).