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Kitchenette
This had white Barton kitchen chairs until last week, but they were too chunky (they can be seen in photo 4). I've replaced them with the later Jenny's Home kitchen chairs - still looking for a fourth one. "Electric" kettle is a little cream plastic Barton one, given a coat of silver paint.
Posted on May 13, 2013 Full Size|

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7 Comments

Brooksey
12:32 PM on August 21, 2013 
Yes, the design of the Barton chairs is a problem for those of use who want more realistic interiors.

I'm still waiting for a fourth one of these chairs! Searching eBay daily, but no luck so far.
Joan Mc
12:12 PM on August 21, 2013 
I have this dresser in one of my Gee Bees kitchens. I thought the Barton chairs were too chunky as well.
Brooksey
6:05 PM on May 13, 2013 
Patty Worsdale says...
No, Barton chairs are no use if you want realism. Even Dol-toi ones are a bit better, but these you have chosen are just perfect.


I've got Barton chairs in the chapel and, there, they look just the job but they were too clunky in here. Veronica has an older Barton dining-suite and I think that one works well, too, in No 50.
Patty W
5:12 PM on May 13, 2013 
No, Barton chairs are no use if you want realism. Even Dol-toi ones are a bit better, but these you have chosen are just perfect.
Zoe H
1:54 PM on May 13, 2013 
This looks just right.
Brooksey
11:04 AM on May 13, 2013 
My Dad still won't use an electric kettle.
lallyp
10:54 AM on May 13, 2013 
In the 60s we had a whistling kettle that went on the gas stove to boil.

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