Monday, April 14, 2014

A Whole lot of Vintage Dollhouse Furniture

Happy Happy....
The Dollhouse will soon be furnished ..

Oh yes.. look at what came in the mail on Friday

All different pieces of Vintage Dollhouse Furniture
I had so much fun unpacking the box and 
giggled with delight!

Most of it is Vintage 1950's Mid Century
Strombecker Wooden Furniture

Today I took a little bit of Old English
and it worked wonders on the wee
Walnut pieces

The Box was pretty much filled with 
Strombecker with just a few more
contemporary pieces.

Cannot wait to get the inside walls
painted and some wallpaper up!
I'll keep you posted~

Have a Great Week~


Musings from Kim K. said...

I have the biggest smile on my face! Happy playing! Hugs from a dollhouse addict!

Cindy said...

Cute! And I'm not even into dollhouses:) I should say "not yet", because if we get a granddaughter, I just might have to do one.

LBP said...

Oh my! I bet you were like a kid at Christmas! What fun doll furniture. Have fun!



Sandy C said...

That's so exciting! I LOVE doll houses!!

Sandy Xo

~Damita's Pretty Wrap~ said...

How very exciting!! I can't wait to see more pictures!! Have fun playing!! Easter hugs, Holly

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

What a great find!! Can't wait to see what you do with these treasures...


Blondie's Journal said...

I could totally get into fixing up a dollhouse. It was my favorite pastime when I was young. No baby dolls or Barbie's, just my little imaginary family in one of those tin/metal snap together dollhouses!

You have some really neat things. I'll come back over to see how your new furnishings look! :)


Dorothy Crutchfield said...

Oh my goodness, I got excited just looking at all that cuteness.
Those kitchen pieces are over the top.
Hope you have a wonderful Easter,

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Oh wonderful furniture, what fun to do a doll house in vintage wares!


Rosie said...

SO MUCH FUN!What a treasure trove of furniture. I LOVE redoing dollhouses! Once I found one curbside, redecorated it and sold it for $$$. I almost kept it talks. ;)

Elizabeth Andrus said...

Stopping in to send Easter wishes your way. You are a treasure. E

Corey Moortgat said...

Oh Diane! How wonderful- I had no idea you were fixing up a dollhouse. I had to go back and look through all your previous posts about it! And what a wonderful group of furniture you found!!

Anyway, as far as the wallpaper goes, I have always used glue sticks. They really probably aren't the best, because they're not as sticky as other glues, but they're fairly clean to use, and I haven't had any major problems so far. One tip is to use three pieces of paper- one for each wall- that way you don't have seams showing. And I always "dry" fit the paper into the house first, before I glue it, just to make sure it fits well.

Good luck- feel free to ask me any more questions if you need. I'll be checking back to see the progress! :)

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Oh my! I wish I was there to play with you! What fun! Enjoy your weekend! Hugs, Diane

Patti said...

How fun for you! I can't wait to see your sweet house all fancied up and pretty! I know it will be wonderful!

Laurie Duncan said...

Hi Diane, great finds!
Just wanted to let you know that I nominated your blog for a Shine On award:
If you don't want to participate that's fine, just wanted to share your blog! :)

Candy Pop said...

Gosh those tiny things bring back some memories!

Jean Knee said...

I love doll houses. can't wait to see all the progress you make with it

Miss Rhea said...

Thank you so much Dianne :) I just read you had cancer, are you okay now? Gosh, I am sorry..........



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