Well, not a complete house, but my 1/6 scale mature tiny dolls have a shared living room now. As most shared rooms the furniture doesn’t reflect the character of each and every inhabitant. I doubt Rachel would go for cute bear and bird pictures on the wall, but she seems to feel quite at home here. And as far as I have experienced shared accommodation it’s far too tidy 🙂
With this room I decided to go for colorful and cute as far as the decoration is concerned. I hope the cute factor is not overwhelming, and it still looks like a room used by mature inhabitants. And this is actually the first room where my tiny china set looks in scale with the rest as well as the dolls.
But first things first:
Meet the inhabitants
Ancient Tales Rachel enjoys a cup of tea and a bit of afternoon quiet time.
The fashion dolls
My Kurhn, Xinyi and the Mengfan I recently added to the unstrung crowd. They still have their original faces, but I cut the Kurhn’s hair.
And Betty and Sylvie 🙂
I have to admit that I love how the Blythes look in this setting. That’s why you get to see loads of pictures with these little ladies. And I couldn’t resist the “Blythe house”. There actually is a real Blythe house, it’s a building in West Kensington that is used as an Archive for a couple of British Museums.