Saturday, November 17, 2012

Christian Hacker Dollhouse Livingroom

Looking down into the first floor salon. This doll with the bisque straw hat is one of my favorites. The furniture is German "made for the French market" as they say. It has wonderful eyelash fringe.

                     There is an antique German clock on the mantle and you can barely see the glass chandelier at the top of the picture.
This is a view without dolls so you can see the whole room. 
The room to the left is a hallway with stairs. Sometimes I remove them and make it a dining room.
This black haired doll is one of my favorites. She has a beautiful smile. Am I always saying "this doll is one of my favorites???"

Other views of the salon when I located it on the opposite side of the floor before I understood that was the kitchen.

The fireplace in this picture is contemporary but I liked how large it was. The drinks tray is Schneegas. (currently relocated to the Tynietoy Townhouse). Playing favorites!

Playing around with lighting. Gerlach tantalus with glasses. Early American Oak furniture.
Happy Thanksgiving. The cook is busy. We are hoping for guests! CM


Jazzi said...

Looking very nice Carol..rather posh actually! Hope we see some Thanksgiving pictures! xx

My Realitty said...

The help is chopping the vegetables now, the linnens are changed. All we need are fresh flowers in the guest room. CM

Shale said...

I love this room. It is such a delight to see your collection. Thanks for sharing.

My Realitty said...

Thanks Susan, It is also fun how they keep evolving. Sometimes I see things I just think would be perfect for the room. Like the rug. :) C

Fabiola said...

It's a beautiful room.
Bye Faby

My Realitty said...

Thanks Faby, glad you could visit. C

The grandmommy said...

Those fridged chairs are gorgeous!
Thanks for showing us your rooms. :-)

My Realitty said...

Hi Grandmommy, you can buy "eyelash fringe" even today. I researched it in case I had to make repairs. :)C

Troy said...

Thank you for sharing. I love the old feel of the wall paper and furniture. The floor pattern is great too.

My Realitty said...

Thanks Troy, Happy Thanksgiving!C