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Upstairs bedroom
Changed the bedroom colours
Posted by Joan Mc on October 1, 2013 Slideshow

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6 Comments

Rosemary
4:04 AM on October 3, 2013 
No-one could remain an insomniac looking at a scene like this! I'm ready to climb into that warm looking bed.
Patty W
3:56 AM on October 2, 2013 
Joan Mc says...
Hi Julie, I made the bed for my first Gee
Bees house and downloaded the striped wallpaper.
I got the wardrobe, dressing table and chest of drawers on ebay. They were described as Lundby/Barton? The question mark sometimes says a lot. But I really like them and my original plan was to spray them black to match the bed but I might make another bed and stain it to match the furniture. Yes we could form a sub-group of insomniacs, I'm sure there are lots of us around.

I have this set too, I like it because it's very small. I have put mine in my 'T' model, it looks very retro. Someone correct me if i'm wrong but I often see this as Lundby/Barton, I think that Barton furniture was taken over by Lundby at this time and you do see this bedroom set frequently in the earlier Wooden Lundby houses. I think the black bed looks nice with the wooden furniture, isn't the chair black too? that ties the black colour in a bit. The room looks lovely.
Joan Mc
2:59 AM on October 2, 2013 
Patty Worsdale says...
Just looking at this makes me feel like dropping onto that bed! it looks so inviting, I don't think I would need a 'Nytol', Joan! I like all those little jars and pots on the dressing table too.

Hi Patty, thanks for your comments. This is the only dressing table in the house with organised jars and pots. My own one has a cluttered look. I keep tidying it up but it's not as much fun as organising the ones in the dolls houses.
Joan Mc
2:52 AM on October 2, 2013 
Julie Hardy says...
You've changed the bed, too, Joan! Another sophisticated look. That's a gorgeous lamp - it looks so good with the navy. Is the striped wallcovering fabric or paper?

[See, I'm posting at 3.50am today. Another insomniac - we'll have to form a sub-group!]

Hi Julie, I made the bed for my first Gee
Bees house and downloaded the striped wallpaper.
I got the wardrobe, dressing table and chest of drawers on ebay. They were described as Lundby/Barton? The question mark sometimes says a lot. But I really like them and my original plan was to spray them black to match the bed but I might make another bed and stain it to match the furniture. Yes we could form a sub-group of insomniacs, I'm sure there are lots of us around.
Brooksey
10:52 PM on October 1, 2013 
You've changed the bed, too, Joan! Another sophisticated look. That's a gorgeous lamp - it looks so good with the navy. Is the striped wallcovering fabric or paper?

[See, I'm posting at 3.50am today. Another insomniac - we'll have to form a sub-group!]
Patty W
5:00 PM on October 1, 2013 
Just looking at this makes me feel like dropping onto that bed! it looks so inviting, I don't think I would need a 'Nytol', Joan! I like all those little jars and pots on the dressing table too.

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