Setting out Tilda’s room

Standard

Them there fairy lights
and their wires

I had always planned to hide the wiring for the fairy lights within a wall space on the outer face of the storeroom block, but in this room I didn’t want to lose an inch of the bedroom floor space.

Decided on a totally floating floor.  The wiring is pretty sturdy stuff and there’s only so much cardboard you can channel out to recess it in before you find your coming through the other side.

This is a particularly strong set of boards with a firm, peel off backing to it.  I’m not sticking it down though, just letting it float about.

Going around the room

(Do click bed or light if you wish to take a closer look at the general messy detail of these composite photos, and these in turn should click once more to become unbecomingly large)

theinfill dolls house blog Hogepotche Hall –Hodgepodge Hall - a Medieval, Tudor, Jacobean dolls house blog - dressing a very small bedroom

Viewing from above. The steps down from the main block are missing here as is a curtain yet to come and one or two other bits of more personal items to dress it

Am working my way round slowly dressing the unfinished spaces.  The majority of the remaining tasks are bitty, drying and waiting jobs but it’s a little iffy moving from task to task, filling the waiting time with the remaining fabric work as there’s got to be a limit to how much hand washing this all takes.  We’re talking over-washed old paws and really slowed activity here 😉

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