Sunday, September 5, 2010

The Children's top floor

Antique tub with faucet.The wooden beds came the the pink stripe flannel which is on the dressing table stool also, they are the smaller Schoenhut or Strombecker.
The wallpaper is from Jennifer's printables see margin to go to site.
This is a 1920's William Morris-like print. For more contemporary 1920's wallpaper go to http://Leftcoastmini.blogspot.com/  C.

9 comments:

Pan said...

More lovely stuff! I specially like the tub and the little dolls.

Sans! said...

Hehe, my fav piece is also the tub :)

Pubdoll said...

Hi Carol, sometimes when I click on your photos to enlarge them they still are so small that I'm not able to enjoy all the details. So a tiny request; bigger photos please? :-)

Daydreamer said...

Very Beautiful furnishings! And the little children dolls are so sweet! I really like that old metal bed.... and the dressing table... and of course the tub! What a house full f treasures!

shale said...

I love the babies in the bath. They look so sweet. Your top floor must get a bit drafty in winter. My Triang is missing it's roof completely, but you have inspired me to furnish it anyway!

Susan

My Realitty said...

Thanks Pan and Sans, It is cute...just their size C

My Realitty said...

Pubdoll, Hmmmm sometimes when I make them bigger they get pixallated? Any idea why? C

My Realitty said...

Dear Daydreamer and Shale, the old metal bed is for the little boy.
Shale I bought my roofs separately on ebayuk on Triangs that didn't sell well and asked the seller to only send me the roofs and that they could relist the house. They were happy, I was happy.. C

Rebecca said...

What gorgeous little beds, with their transfers and pink and white striped blankets!
That bath tub is rather crowded - perhaps it's just as well there's no water in it!@ ;^)

Re size of your photos - in the program I use for my photos, I can adjust the size, both the actual width and height, and the resolution, which is the number of pixels per inch or cm. If you have a low number of pixels/inch, when you make the photo bigger, it gets pixellated. You can increase the resolution of a photo you've already taken, a bit - but check what resolution your camera is taking photos at. If it's low, you might want to increase it (on the camera) - it's easier to make a photo smaller, and/or decrease the resolution, than the opposite - I think.