Monday, 18 January 2021

Decorating the Sitting room of Le Château

 Hello Everyone,

How are you all? Hope you had a great weekend and that you are all well. Finally this weekend I got to work a bit more on my project Le Château.

Before sharing my progress, I wanted to welcome the new followers to My Miniature World Blog and also I have a WINNER!!! to announce for the miniature Victorian Photo album. I added the strips of papers with your lovely names, popped them in a paper bag and my assistant (my little Leah) drawn out a name. So the luck Winner is Bethany Smith. Congratulations Bethany. Kindly contact me privately with your details so I can send it off to you. There will be more give-aways in the next couple of months so make sure not to miss out!

Coming back to my project, I finally got to decorate the sitting room for my Le Château.


First I started off by decorating the wall above the fire place with a framed painting.


On the mantle piece I made a clock and two cherub candle sticks that suite it quite well. I am so happy how these accessories turned out after I hand painted them. 



The room is quite elaborated as it is, so for furniture, I only wanted to add the sofa, two arm chairs and a small coffee table. I got this sitting room set with all intentions to give it a make-over and I have to say I was quite successful. 


After I worked  on it and added more detail, it suited the room much better.


I painted the face of the coffee table in a way that looked more like marble.


It had been a while since I worked with polymerclay and it gives me great joy when I do. I have made the fruit for the fruit bowl and I am thrilled with the final results. 


Here are a few photos of the complete sitting room. 





I hope you like the sitting room.  I can't wait to continue working on this project. I think the residents will be quite happy with their house. 

This is all for today. Make sure to keep tuned for the next updates. 

Take Care and See You Soon.

Hugs,

Rebecca xxx

10 comments:

  1. Me encanta esta sala!! Una maravilla la decoración.

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  2. Wow, such beauty! Impressive work as always. That fruit looks so real, You can't tell if it is a miniature or not and you have done such a wonderful job on the transformation of the furniture. You never cease to impress. Keep up the good work beautiful lady!

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  3. I love it, Rebecca!! And to think you built the room form the ground up, adding so many magnificent and unique features, like the figures in their wall niches, those lovely items on the mantel piece, the furniture.. I could go on and on, great job!!!

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    1. Thank you so much José I really appreciate it.

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  4. I have a a small table n 2 chairs that would fit right in the decor of this house..made by lamoge...where do you live? Very ornate with gold framing..

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  5. Such an intimate atmosphere in this salon. Vry Beautiful - it reminds me a bit of the Petit Trianon.

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