I went back to this 1/4″ scale house and finished the last two rooms I needed to furnish.
This house is called the Nob Hill, a kit from Suzanne and Andrew (who retired and shut down their online store last year, wah!).
I had two rooms left to furnish: The living room and the dining room.
I bought a few things specifically for this, and also went through my stash and put together some furniture and accessories.
Finished living room.
This gorgeous kit is by Jean Day (JDay Minis). Her Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/jdayminis. She has beautiful kits, very reasonably priced.
I can’t remember where I got the beautiful mirror, but I picked it up at a recent dollhouse show (probably Good Sam) for $5. The chest is a kit by Really Ravin’ Minis (http://www.reallyravinminis.com)
Chairs, table, and rug are pieces of the furniture kit made for this house. I used the rest of the kit in another house (the French Quarter). The chairs and table are 3D printed, and I painted. I had leftover pillow fabric from the daybed, which lends a nice contrast.
Overview plus a peek at the dining room.
This is another kit from JDay Minis. I love it! This is a hutch kit plus two accessories kits (1. plates and things, 2 Wooden cutting boards etc.) The dishes are white, and I added decals. (JDay also sells plate kits in different colors).
The hutch in place in the dining room. I have the wooden spoons in their holder in this pic.
The table and chairs are from Robin Betterley’s miniatures. They’re called “A la Carte” pieces and are sold separately, which is nice. I like mixing and matching, and each piece is reasonably priced.
On the table are little roosters that came with the wooden accessories kit for the hutch.
I might add a few more accessories and maybe a table to fit under the dining room window, but essentially this house is done.
The rooms below I’d finished previously:
Lots of cookbooks.
Entrance hall and stairs.
Glad I did this house. It looks nice sitting on the mantel in my living room, and now all rooms are furnished!