Thursday, 29 March 2018

The Guestroom in The Master Swordsman Pub & Inn

Hello everyone,

Hope you are all having a great week and looking forward to Easter. I have had some days off from the office and I got to do so many things. Have been working hard on the new Studio as now it has reached it's final stages. I also got to work on my project The Master Swordsman Pub & Inn.

The Guestroom in the Master Swordsman Pub & Inn
 The room was quite big and I was quite sure I could fit in easily what I had planned. Before I even started I took some measurements and fitted in the pieces of furniture that I had planned for. For sure I wanted to add a very tiny room, like a small cubical just to give the impression that there is a bathroom. 


I started off with wall papering the room and I used a different wall paper and tile floor for the tiny bathroom. 



Once the wall paper, ceiling and flooring was done I started working on the walls for the cubical which I made out of wood.  The only thing that I added to the room was a sink with vanity and a mirror. 



Once that was complete I started working on the cornice of the room and skirting. The ceiling has an embossed pattern paper. I have stained the cornice, skirting and interior doors in matching dark oak. 





It is unbelievable what a difference it makes when cornice and skirting is fitted to a room. It looks complete. I'm very happy how the dark trimmings gave the walls and flooring that extra detail. 



As the room was ready, I added the furniture pieces that I had in mind for it. 



I wasn't happy with the bedding of the bed as it didn't match the room and it was quite basic. So I got out my sewing basket, found a needle and thread and did the new bedding for the bed. I went for some ivory silk fabric and cotton with a tiny floral print. 



There is still so much that I need to add to the room like wall frames and a few more accessories. And this is how the room looks like so far.




As today would be the last post before Easter. I wish you and your loved ones a Very Happy Easter. This year tiny Posy is celebrating her first Easter ever.


So this is all for today. I hope you have liked what I have done so far. I can't wait to continue adding more. Keep tuned for the next update on this project. 

Take Care and See You Soon.

Hugs,

Rebecca xxx

10 comments:

  1. The guest room looks so nice and what acbrilla br idea to make a tiny room. It looks so spacious.

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    1. Thank you so much Helen, I'm glad that you like it. x

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  2. Oh very well done. Some lovely progress!

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    1. Thanks Megan, I really appreciate it xxx

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  3. Just found your blog and you have such beautiful houses. I'm glad I got to find this project almost in the beginning. It's wonderful.

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    1. Thank you Suzanne and I'm glad that you liked my dolls houses. Yes this project is at it's start so you will get to see it's progress. Enjoy x

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  4. This looks so totally COOL!!! That room simply invites you to lay your weary head down on the pillow and sink in a peaceful sleep... Wonderful, love it!!!!

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    1. Thank you so much José, I'm really glad you liked it. Indeed the room does look inviting. Wish I could shrink down and stay there xxx

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  5. WOW another prize !! and his works are also published occasionally. . . no wonder it's good.
    C O M P L I M E N T S ! ! ! ^_______^

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    1. Thank you so much Elena for your compliments. They are much appreciated xxx

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