Before I ran off traveling all over in September, I finished the interior furnishings of the Petalstone 1/4″ scale house. I made the exterior a couple of years ago and finally got around to doing the inside. Scroll down for lots of photos, and click photos for larger versions.
The overall interior.
Bottom floor: Left to right:
Dining room and front door area.
Zoomed out for perspective.
Front door with bench.
Closeup of dining table and chairs.
Middle area with staircase and room divider.
Kitchen is tucked behind the staircase in the silo area.
It’s a little hard to photograph the kitchen but you get the idea.
Living room area.
Zooming in past living area to front door (there are two front doors in this house). Another bench with stuff in the foyer.
Looking in through the conservatory / greenhouse.
Looking from conservatory into living room.
From living room into conservatory. I think this is my favorite room.
Second floor: Left to right:
The guest room.
Simple, cute, and pink.
This shows how the bathroom and kitchen are situated in the silo. The bathroom is behind an open sliding door.
A full bathroom–everything you need.
The master bedroom in shades of cool blue-green.
On the left is the attic, full of old castoffs.
On the right, the writing nook, with a computer set up on the writing table, a comfy chair, and lots and lots of books. I’d love one of these in real life!
This is quite a lovely house overall, and it was a fulfilling build.
The kit of the house and all the furnishings is still available from Robin Betterley: https://www.robinbetterley.com/collections/petalstone