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Tri-ang Dolls Houses Database, Vol. 3, 1946-1971

Daisy Bungalow 1966-71

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Daisy Bungalow 1966-71
This is the interior of the house in the previous picture. Original finish: painted flat white throughout. The non-working lights are not original, but have been added by the present owner.
Posted by Brooksey on April 29, 2013 Full Size| Slideshow

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14 Comments

Brooksey
8:11 PM on July 17, 2014 
This house can be seen as the holiday camp chalet in the Album "1960s UK holiday camp".
Brooksey
3:52 AM on April 20, 2014 
Comfort says...
i really love this little house!


Me, too! The Avon series is one of my favourites from Tri-ang. If I had the space, I would love have all four, like Valerie's daughter, Clare.
Comfort
2:15 AM on April 18, 2014 
i really love this little house!
Patty W
2:26 PM on May 2, 2013 
Looks in excellent condition. Looking forward to the follow-on pics.
Brooksey
2:40 PM on April 29, 2013 
Zoe H says...
Sorry, misread your comment, I thought it was for a Red Coat! It's probably a little spacious for that though, unless it was a dorm. By the way, where do the Red Coats live...? (Lol, just being mischievous!)


I MUST open a Holiday Camp album soon! This discussion needs to be in there, rather than the Lines and Tri-ang Database!
lallyp
2:16 PM on April 29, 2013 
Zoe H says...
Sorry, misread your comment, I thought it was for a Red Coat! It's probably a little spacious for that though, unless it was a dorm. By the way, where do the Red Coats live...? (Lol, just being mischievous!)

You'll start her off again, Zoe!
Zoe H
2:14 PM on April 29, 2013 
Forgot to say, I can't wait to see your holiday camp album.
Zoe H
2:14 PM on April 29, 2013 
Sorry, misread your comment, I thought it was for a Red Coat! It's probably a little spacious for that though, unless it was a dorm. By the way, where do the Red Coats live...? (Lol, just being mischievous!)
Brooksey
12:12 PM on April 29, 2013 
Joan Mc says...

"Ah lights, lovely correctly sized lights, drool"

[The Reply button doesn't work for me if there are Emoticons in a post]

The ceiling lights are some of the 1:16 3.5v ones from Hobby's, that I had rewired with 12v bulbs for my 1965 No 50. When I stripped them out of there, pending rewiring and redecorating, I put them in here. The wall lights are vintage Lundby, which I bought cheaply on eBay as they had ceased to work. I bought them specifically for this house, which I don't intend to electrify, so I've never investigated whether these could be rewired/repaired.
Brooksey
12:00 PM on April 29, 2013 
Zoe H says...
Ha ha - it had appeared by the time I posted my last comment! It's very cute and will make an excellent rep's chalet..


There are some very quick-off-the-mark people on this site - they post faster than the pics upload!

It's not for a rep, by the way - it's the one chalet which has to represent the dozens, if not hundreds, of chalets that there would have been in a real camp. I put these pics in the Lines/Tri-ang database, so they're unadorned. I WILL be starting a holiday camp album very soon, where this house will appear furnished. All will become clear, then - I hope!
Joan Mc
11:27 AM on April 29, 2013 
Ah lights, lovely correctly sized lights, drool. :)
Zoe H
11:26 AM on April 29, 2013 
Ha ha - it had appeared by the time I posted my last comment! It's very cute and will make an excellent rep's chalet..
Brooksey
8:52 AM on April 29, 2013 
This house is the one representative chalet for the 1960s holiday camp. It's above my head as I type - it sits on top of the cupboard which hides the computer in the sitting-room.
lallyp
8:34 AM on April 29, 2013 
It looks cute! I must ask Clare to take photos of her collection so I can add them to the site!

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