Monday, June 13, 2011

Petite Princess bedroom

Or as the Sears add says below,"She sleeps in Royal Splendor" Roccoco is the word, here!

 The bed is often seen without this "crown" on the top of the headboard. I like the contrast of the pink ribbon on the pillows too.
                         This is the frilly vanity with mirror and stool.
                  The blue satin chaise with a pillow roll is too too!!!
And whose room is this??? The Mom of the House. Nice '60's outfit.

Sears Christmas book showing the bedroom in pink!
I just realized I could add the pink chair and the lyre table,

I just Love this Petite Starship trooper! from Gumby Liberation. See more of the flicker stream

"He sleeps in royal splendor". I think those stains on the satin are rocket fuel.
Cheers CM


Plushpussycat said...

I love the vintage-style dollhouse and furniture you feature on your blog. I'm refurbishing my own vintage dollhouse. So glad I found your blog today!

My Realitty said...

Hi Plushpussycat, it is certainly unique!cCM

Lilsdolls said...

Petite Princess is really furniture in fairy style. Lovely! It is a good think that people still can find and by these furniture for collecting. They are very hard to find here in Sweden.

Shale said...

Okay, I admit it. I'm just a girly-girl at heart. I love this stuff! It appeals to the princess in me. Show us more.

My Realitty said...

Hi Lilsdolls, they can be found on ebay US, they are inexpensive because they are not that old and a lot survived as they are made of hardy plastic. :) CM

My Realitty said...

Hi Shale. They truly are "frills R us"! The kitchen is next. CM

BusyLizzie said...

Thank you CM for that trip down memory lane! I had the blue satin chaise in the 60's.. one of my fave things! xx

My Realitty said...

Hi Busy, your name always makes me smile, that chaise IS unique! Sounds to me like you are not hanging out on a chaise, yourself, too often! ;) C

Lilsdolls said...

Thank you for the tip on E bay.

dale's dreams said...

Sans! led me here, too cute, I am reupholstering this suite for a client. I'm loving this stuff. :)