Dolls' Houses Past & Present

A website and ezine about dolls' houses: antique, vintage and modern. Plus furniture and accessories.


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63 years old
New Haven, CT
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Mother of three cats, enjoyer of whimsy! Collect: cowboy boots, sewing and needlework books, comics, and other items. Knitter. Writer. Editor. Love: cats and growing roses! Dollhouses are new to my interests, but I've always been fascinated by them. Then I discovered this site...and of course I am engaged in putting together a dollhouse of my own, when I find the right A-frame kit! I can see it already in my mind.

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Reply Comfort
11:38 PM on March 31, 2014 
oh! that would be marvelous!
Reply Zoe H
3:01 AM on July 4, 2013 
Brilliant, I'm so pleased for you! Some things are just meant to be ant this had the feel of one of those. I look forward to hearing and seeing (hopefully) how you get on with it.
Reply Zoe H
4:17 PM on July 3, 2013 
Have been watching what I thnk was the house you were after and I see the auction just ended. Did you get it? I had my fingers crossed for you!
Reply Patty W
2:31 AM on October 11, 2012 
I've just had a look at your Greenleaf Kit online. I'm sure that by the end of next week you will be ordering 'The Laurel' to go with it!! have fun with your first project.
Reply Patty W
1:54 PM on October 4, 2012 
It's nice to hear you are full of your own ideas. Thats much more interesting than conforming to the 'norm'. I havent got the cash to spend on expensive things so i make loads of things myself too. The only thing is, my creations just seem to evolve on their own, I don't often have clear ideas!
Remember- if you get some cheap dolls house furniture you can paint and customise it yourself so it looks unique. Just be sure to take loads of pictures. You can add pictures to an album at any time, you don't have to wait untill your project is completely finnished
Reply Patty W
2:03 AM on October 4, 2012 
i've just read your replys to Rebecca on the forum. I'm looking forward to hearing how you get on with your new cottage kit!