Today was a mad rush. And will continue to be as there is still an hour left until the work portion of the contest officially ends.
Before I show you my dollhouse, I want to thank all of you, the participants and all of those who have been following along and cheering us on. In an hour, we’ll all be able to vote for our favorites.
Kyle was right, it’s an urban clothing and home shop with a loft above for the owner.
The main living space:
Of course, I love to have a piece of hanging furniture:
The bedroom and bathroom:
And the most important part: the shop, Metamorphosis.
The style was modeled after Anthropologie. Almost everything was made from scratch.
The bath towels and accessories in a peacock cabinet.
A selection of door and cabinet knobs and baskets.
The clothing section. A little light on the clothes, but those teeny tiny blouses take time to make, man!
The kitchen department:
The sale section with the winter sweaters and accessories, since it’s now spring.
And the gorgeous mannequin (thanks Mom!) that was supposed to be displaying a lot more jewelry…stupid deadlines.
Beautiful chest with throw blankets and pillows. (Thanks again, Mom!)
And another overview:
As always, there was more I wanted to do, but didn’t have time. The whole house is electrified, but I didn’t have time to make my light fixtures. I’ll keep working on it though.
The contest flew by. I am so grateful for all of your support, help and participation. Since this is the first contest I’ve ever hosted, and it’s a big one, I didn’t know what to expect, but I knew it would be challenging. It was. But it was so much fun. I was even a little sad today that it was almost over.
I also want to thank the Hubs, who helped with the house itself, making dinners so I could keep working, offering contest logistics advice, and putting up with the mess in the living room. And finding me the emergency coffee table mid-photo session this evening when I realized I forgot one. 😉
But, I’ll ramble on more tomorrow, when I showcase all of the finalist’s works of art.
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