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My lovely OH looked into this when I was working on it on our dining-table yesterday and said, "Oh it's so small, only two rooms". Not sure if I can take that as encouragement to build a bigger one next time...
Posted on May 23, 2016 Full Size|

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Patty W
3:35 PM on June 5, 2016 
Small?..yes, but perfectly formed (as usual) x
Edel
11:52 AM on May 29, 2016 
Julie Hardy says...
Of, course, if you did fancy more rooms, you could always follow Valerie's suggestion - whether stacked, or displayed side-by-side. Remember, I have a habit of doing this, once the shortage of rooms in some of my properties starts to frustrate me. My 50, Lines Drive is two No 50s, side-by-side; "Holme Heights" is two stacked Lundby Stockholms; THREE adapted, battered, metal-fronted No 55s, one in front of the other (will, eventually!) form my hotel "Arundel House" and, of course, there's Ketterley Manor...


Oh don't tempt me Julie and Valerie... there will be no room left for the four HBs who live in our house, never mind the cat!
Edel
11:52 AM on May 29, 2016 
Jan says...
A book opening one would give you the four rooms Edel and you would make a beauty I'm sure.

Good idea Jan. Rebecca has a nice book opener on her blog
Jan
3:28 PM on May 25, 2016 
A book opening one would give you the four rooms Edel and you would make a beauty I'm sure.
Brooksey
4:18 AM on May 24, 2016 
Julie Hardy says...
It really doesn't need to have any more rooms - it's lovely as it is!

lallyp says...
I think you should get three boxes the same size & stack them into a tall house Edel!

Of, course, if you did fancy more rooms, you could always follow Valerie's suggestion - whether stacked, or displayed side-by-side. Remember, I have a habit of doing this, once the shortage of rooms in some of my properties starts to frustrate me. My 50, Lines Drive is two No 50s, side-by-side; "Holme Heights" is two stacked Lundby Stockholms; THREE adapted, battered, metal-fronted No 55s, one in front of the other (will, eventually!) form my hotel "Arundel House" and, of course, there's Ketterley Manor...
Jane
9:40 PM on May 23, 2016 
Edel, it's all absolutely exquisite. I love it!
jenny
3:45 PM on May 23, 2016 
This is a gorgeous house with some super interesting "makes", I love it!
Brooksey
3:44 PM on May 23, 2016 
It really doesn't need to have any more rooms - it's lovely as it is!
theinfill.wordpress.com
1:57 PM on May 23, 2016 
Lovely, lovely decor and layout - very enjoyable to view. Thanks so much for sharing it
lallyp
1:28 PM on May 23, 2016 
I think you should get three boxes the same size & stack them into a tall house Edel!
Zoe H
1:13 PM on May 23, 2016 
Ha ha, yes you can refer back to the comment when you're working on your next, six room, project!

The whole house is beautiful, thoughtful and stylish, Edel - well done. I really do love seeing your creations.
Judy C
12:19 PM on May 23, 2016 
Great job Edel. Love it. :)

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