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Check Out This Timeless Living Room Ensemble

Posted by Cheryl Ufnowski (Jeepers Dollhouse Miniatures) on

We get it!  Sometimes it's just so difficult to match furniture and styles or figure out where to begin.  Today, while uploading a few new pieces to the website, we came across a few pieces that we think would make a lovely, timeless living room.  Consider all four pieces, add another end table, eliminate a chair, start here and figure out what works for you.  Click the links below for more information on each individual one-inch (1:12) scale dollhouse miniature piece.  

Wingback Chair

Pedestal Accent Table

Camelback Sofa

Oval Coffee Table

  • living
  • room
  • wingback
  • chair
  • camel
  • back
  • sofa
  • cabriole legs
  • walnut
  • ensemble

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A Victorian Inspired Chrysnbon Bathroom

One of my favorite dollhouse miniature room kits is the Victorian Bathroom by Chrysnbon. The kit has all the components to create a six-piece bathroom that can be high Victorian, modernized for a contemporary setting, or nearly any period in between. The kit includes plastic components for: Clawfoot TubHigh Tank Water ClosetWall-Hung Lavatory SinkWall-Hung [...]

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Finally, a 1890's One-Room Schoolhouse

A few years ago, actually long before I made the decision to close the brick and mortar shop of Jeepers, I had thought about creating a Victorian era, one-room schoolhouse in miniature.  It was my original intention to create it as the prototype for a workshop at the shop.  As is typical I began looking [...]

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Soldering Basics For Starting Out

A few years ago I discovered soldering as an alternative to using brads, eyelets, or grommets when wiring, electrifying, and lighting a dollhouse or miniature setting.  Soldering works with both flat tapewire and round wire.  I am still learning some of the tricks, but in general I believe this is the way to go.  Many [...]

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Revisiting My Quilt Shop

Years ago we hosted a workshop at Jeepers Dollhouse Miniatures in which we created a tiny quilt shop complete with fabric bolts, fat quarters, hanging quilts and many little accessories and supplies. The first workshop was so much fun that we ultimately ended up repeating the class several times over the course of several years. Recently, [...]

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How to Install Siding Sheets to Your Dollhouse

For a Printer Friendly Version, Click Here.While some dollhouse kits include pre-milled siding, most scratch built and various other kits do not.  Dollhouses built from scratch or kits using smooth cabinet grade plywood or luan plywood provide the builder with various options to finish the exterior walls according to their preference.  One of the most common [...]

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Lilliputian Book Store

One of the last workshops I did before closing Jeepers brick and mortar location was a miniature book store. In this class we created a sandwich sign, magazine rack, check-out counter, a large bookcase, wood display, and of hundreds of books to fill the shelves in a Houseworks Street of Shops kit. Of course, [...]

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Jeepers, Back in the Day

Here's a trip back in time!  Jeepers Dollhouse Miniatures has made a few moves during its history.  This article is from about 2007 when we were located in Nashville, Indiana, a wonderful tourist town that has been long known as an art colony.  Today, Jeepers is an online only venue, but you never know, someday [...]

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One of My Miniature Wineries

Although not surrounded by rolling vistas of grapevines, my miniature second-floor wine tasting room hints at a lower level wine cellar and provides guests a spot to sit and watch passersby as they sample the fruits of our labor.  Originally inspired by my first winery setting (literally created in a wine crate), I thought I might attempt [...]

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Wiring and Lighting a Dollhouse

A customer who is just beginning to build her dollhouse recently asked about a basic wiring kit for her dollhouse.  The name given to a kit by its manufacturer may be a bit misleading to the novice.  If you are new to electrifying a dollhouse you might want to read over this brief intro to [...]

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