jane

Wednesday, 14 March 2012


My first dollshouse, the Honeychurch Georgian Townhouse, started in 1996.  The house has been packed away in the loft for about five years due to a move but I am now keen to bring it to completion.  It's a gorgeous house, very refined looking, but the rooms are a tad too small for my liking.  As you can see, it was originally painted yellow but I have now painted it a deep cream and it's made a real difference to the feel of the house. 

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  1. The exterior of the house is beautiful and elegant.
    Bye Faby

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  2. Hi. I have a Honeychurch Townhouse which has been in the box for about 17 years! I have now put it all together and am just finishing the basement/courtyard. Am I right in thinking you have to move the courtyard out the way before you can open the upper part of the dollhouse as the staircase banisters are getting in the way. Thanks Jo

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  3. Hi Jo, Thanks for getting in touch. Yes, you do have to move the courtyard out of the way to open the front of the house unless you decide not to fix the stairs permanently in which case you can just lift the stairs off and then open the house but that can be slightly tricky especially if you have fixed the railings in place.

    Whatever you decide its going to be a gorgeous house, I'm sure you will love it.

    Karon

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