Hello ! I wanted to share my final photoshoot for the Georgian Dollhouse that I designed and built out last Fall. I showed off its Christmas decorations here but hadn’t quite finished the interiors. And now I have!
As a bit of a recap – this is a 1:24 scale dollhouse, which is half the size of a standard dollhouse. So, the total height is only 17 inches – each room is less than 5 IN h.
I used the Colonial House kit from Real Good Toys which comes with over 700 individual pieces. To be fair, most are the shingles.
For me, the interest in dollhouses is more about miniature interiors – not dolls or lots of tiny things. And I want to build or renovate as much as I can myself. I’ve learned there are some amazing miniaturists and collectors out there. Really amazing talents
I still have a lot to learn but I learn by doing – and I love it! I’m going to share the inspiration boards I created to showcase each of the four rooms in the house.
Georgian Dollhouse Living Room
I’ve long loved mural wallpapers and this Iksel Decorative Arts paper is just so perfect for a New England inspired Georgian Dollhouse.
The Formations Isabella Bench has always been one of my favorite pieces So I made a tiny version
Georgian Dollhouse Kitchen
The little chairs and table were from kits – I figured that would teach me how they are made
Since the room size is soooo small I decided to just paste the kitchen cabinets onto the walls. These were based on my Dream Home kitchen design, made white due to the small size.
Georgian Dollhouse Bedroom
I totally fell in love with Schumacher’s Lafayette Botanical fabric and wallpaper and thought it would be perfect for my Georgian dollhouse – scaled down. It’s probably a little larger than actual scale since I eyeballed it. But it’s close!!
Georgian Dollhouse Bathroom
I spent a lot of time trying to figure out how to do the round shower curtain rod. In the end I just stuck it on the ceiling. The tub and sink were purchased 3D printed items. But I made everything else in the room.
Due to the small scale, all the walls, floors and ceilings had to be done before assembly.
The moldings were painted and then added after assembly which was a huge challenge for me – and it shows!
(Pin for future reference)
What’s up next you might ask? A standard dollhouse scale (1″=1′) Boston Brownstone Townhouse! The dollhouse I’m using is nearly 4FT Tall by 2FT Wide. It will be a challenge!