I like it plain!
I think Linda should paint the dresser white to bring out the white in the bedding and the windows. She has so many nice furniture pieces.
Leave it wood colored! Or white. :)
I think it looks the best plain, but if I had to choose, the dresser would look good yellow!
I think she should paint it white. Also where did she find the white lamp? Love her house! Thanks for sharing!
I bought the white lamps at Dollar Tree awhile back. Went there yesterday and they were featured this week again. Bought 3 for my friend. They are solar lamps. The furniture is mostly jewelry boxes that I bought at thrift stores .Made the gray couch. Bathtub is Our Generation, other lamps are tea light holders, sink is a paper clip holder from Target.AG furniture is Rebecca's settee, Molly's bed and Kit's desk. My friend made the table and tablecloth 20 years for my daughter and I bought two wicker chairs then. The rest of the chairs I found at thrift stores this year. Thanks for your input!
The white lamps are solar lamps from Dollar Tree. They have them right now. Most of the furniture is jewelry boxes from thrift stores. The table and tablecloth a friend made 20 years ago for my daughter. Two of the wicker chairs I bought at that time, the rest I found at different times at thrift stores. Most of the food is erasers and lip gloss. I made the gray couch. The other furniture is AG, Rebecca's settee, Kit's desk and Molly's bed. The bathtub is from Our Generation. My daughter made the easel . Other lamps are tea light holders
Linda, I LOVE your doll house! so very nicely and tastefully decorated. I do think you should leave the dresser plain.What kind of cabinet did you use to make your dollhouse? Thank you very much for sharing it with us.
I'd paint the dresser white, but the dresser drawers light blue to match the wallpaper and dots on the bed :) I love the craft studio- it's very inspiring!
I used an antique armoire (ward-robe), belonging to my daughter. Therefore, I didn't want to make any nail holes in it, nor paint it. If I could have modified it, I would have made the craft room the same size as the living area and included in it a music room. It was so much fun doing this, except for the mess before it was finished. I hope to make more rooms, but right now the room has many other toys in it.
That's wonderful! I love that you left it natural. It feels like a rustic cabin.After scrolling through the pictures again, I might try to stain the dresser dark like the wall "paneling."