Donnerstag, 10. Januar 2013

The guestroom of the big town house...

First, I would like to welcome all my new followers!
There are already soooo many of you... within a few days..
And now I want to show you some pictures of the guestroom of my big town house. I posted a picture of it in my second post but now I want to show some more pictures of it.
I stitched the pillow and the carpet with sewing silk... 
The tiny teddy in the corner of the bed is made by "Chippy" a friend of mine...
and the orchid was a present from Lami
The suitcase is made of cardboard and artificial leather.
I build it a about 3 years ago...
See you soo,
Hugs Lina

21 Kommentare:

  1. Lovely beautiful room. Beautiful suitcase. The blue color on the wall is great and your bed is adorable.


  2. Hello lina,
    The room is just lovely. Great work and beautiful detail.

  3. Hallo Wyrna!

    Thank you!
    I made the bed and the bedding long time ago and I printed the wallpaper with my printer... I also did the wall panelling and the blind door. Everything is made of cardboard and thin wood sticks. I usually buy place settings at the asia shop and use the wood for my dollhouse. This is very cheap and you get a lot of wood strips for 1€!


  4. The color of the room is gorgeous! It looks so restful. I would love to be a guest in that room! :-) I have a pale pink on the walls of Cupcake Cottage's bedroom. It feels so romantic to me, but the next house is definitely going to have pale blue walls. xo Jennifer

  5. I like everything a lot. It looks like a real home and I love your suitcase.
    Greetings from Lil in Sweden

  6. Dear Lina,
    Thank you for following my blog. I am happy to have found lovely blog and am now your new follower.
    Hugs, Drora

  7. Hello Lina,
    The pillow and carpet both look lovely. And the decoration of the walls with pieces of cardboard works very nicely. Your work is an inspiration.
    Hugs, Liduina.

  8. Your bed room is gorgeous. I love the bedding. The suitcase is fantastic I love it. Wonderful work.
    Hugs Maria

  9. Thank you all for your nice comments :-)

    Greetings from Austria

  10. Beautiful room with great accessories! I love your walls.

  11. vous avez déjà accompli un remarquable travail dans cette maison !

  12. First of all thank you for joining my blog! Your blog is really nice looking, I love the bedroom scene! Greetings from Finland

  13. Hello Lina!wonderful cottage e beautiful blog!ti seguiro' con piacere!kiss from Italia!

  14. Muchas gracias por seguir mi blog, qué habitaciones tan bonitas! Aquí tienes una nueva seguidora! Abrazos.

  15. Hello Lina, Thank you for following my blog, your miniatures are very beautiful and a great work. Your french room is very cosy and elegant. Congratulations!

    Marisa by Minilys

  16. Hola Lina
    Esa habitacion se ve preciosa, enhorabuena por el trabajo.
    besitos ascension

  17. Oh Lina! That is beautiful. This room is so classic. I think the floor and walls are exquisite. And you filled it with gorgeous treasures.

  18. This is a gorgeous beroom, Lina, love the colorscheme you used for this room. The suitcase is fantastic work! Love the embroidery work too.
    Hugs, Ilona

  19. Hello Lina , I love the bedroom and all that you have done to customize it! Beautifully executed, the colors the atmosphere the flow and the finishing touches are all wonderful. I am staying tuned to your blog. Have you seen She is working on a Greenleaf Heritage kit that she is finishing in a fabulous way. Check her out too. Anyway, sign me up, Lina I'm a follower!

    1. Hallo Elizabeth!

      Thank you for following!!! Yes I know and her Heritage is incredible! Since I saw her hounted Heritage I think about remodelling mine. Not to make a hounted house but her Heritage is perfect! The way she modified the stair hall... and .. and ...and! I was never satisfied with my heritage because I bought it assebled. The question is if I can make changes on an assembled house?

      Have a nice day and thank you for your nice comment!
      Hugs, Lina

  20. Salve Lina, ho scoperto il tuo blog da poco e lo sto seguendo e anche leggendo. Mi sono soffermata perché interessata ai tuoi tutorial. Mi ero accorta che usavi qualcosa di insolito per fare le parti in legno, ma non pensavo che potessero essere le tovagliette in legno asiatiche! È un'espediente interessante!