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rooms
fabrics, wallpapers, floors accessories and objects
furniture
building/structure
inhabitants
fashions
inventions

overview and featured items

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This is a project that I expect to take years!  It is an apartment building with 4 identical floor plans to decorate in different ways, plus a similar attic apartment, a boiler room, and 3 basement level shops.  And it is all with a twist because the actual structure will be a faux apothecary chest.  It won't look like a dollhouse on the outside.  One will open the "drawers" (actually doors) and look into each room.

The apartment floor plan is a cross between a "shotgun house" and a "railroad apartment" (each apt. is one room deep and each room is accessible only through another room).  The rooms are shallow so that each can be used to create a stage-set vignette of some aspect of the life of the occupant which will be viewed through a door.  There will be a light-well behind the rooms with a "daylight" light source and electric lights in the building.

The "location" of the building is a Steampunk San Francisco that was settled by British-Egyptian pirates.  The occupants include lower-middle class families, young professionals, elderly, and immigrants.  People with strong work ethics but who lack the income to live in less cramped housing. 


DECEMBER 2014
EXTERIOR PAINTED!

Faux apothercary chest dollhouse
                            painted black

MARCH 2014

Progress on the structure
                  for my steampunk dollhouse rooms





FEATURED ITEMS

The new Steam Engine for the Boiler Room:

1:24 scale
                    Steampunk steam engine
1:24 scale
                    Steampunk steam engine

THE APOTHECARIES

the
                    Apothecaries

To learn more, click on the image to go to the "Inhabitants" page.












Flights of Industry Steampunk Fantasies
                            and other clever things.


~I now offer miniature doll eyes on plastic coated paper
Affordable miniature
                          eyes! Bake them in polymer clay dollls and
                          animals.



and tiny decorative designs
printed on your choice of
cotton, silk, or polyester fabrics
and as wallpaper.
Miniature print fabric
                          for dollhouses and tiny figures.
Designed by Jane Walker
Samplers like the one shown above
are available here:
Miniature Print Samplers



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