Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Petite Cottage

This French Country Charm is perfectly scaled to fit Petite Blythe, LPS, Petite Pullips and similar sized dolls.
The exterior is stuccoed with a light pink hue, has a bit of exposed brink in the back and Poppies signature birdhouse. The roof's black stained wooden tiles are covered with touches of moss.  The window is a fully encased paned window with a flower box with dental moulding detail and filled with  a floral spring mix and french welcome flag.  
The interior is completely white washed from floor to ceiling and all furnishings which are included.  The attic loft and exposed beams and panels give this little cottage distinct character.  The interior of the window is covered with a wooden cornice with pearl detail and hung with off white floral linen curtains with pink pom tie backs and trim.  
The hutch has many little treasures such as a clay cake stand with a mini clay cupcake, a Keep Calm sign, 3 vanilla scented clay candle pillars,  vintage brass heart sculpture, a photo, a plastic goblet and a glass tile plate.  The wooden handcrafted bed is covered in soft cotton linens and pillows which coordinate with the curtains and is complete with a little pink angelic teddy bear. The side table has an Eiffel Tower Sculpture and a pink glazed ceramic tea cup and saucer with a round wall mirror above.  Many special touches inside such as a fabric area rug with a rosette print, Paper Poms hang over the bed and a pink tissue streamer runs overhead to add a sense of whimsy and there is also a pot of pink silk flowers.  In the attic there hangs a paper silhouette of a chandelier with crystal detail, a paper dollhouse and a few attic treats for your little one to rummage through.
This house was built from scratch with love by my father (Poppies Woodshop Designs) and is not a kit. He made it out of  birch and pressed wood and all of the trimmings are made of wood as with all of the furnishings as well.  This is a sturdy well built little house which will bring many a generations dollhouse love.
Please visit my Etsy shop if interested.

Inspired by the beautiful Tiny Cottage In The Catskills via Tiny House Blog and Fairytale Abodes

1 comment:

kloklo said...