The glamour is back ! You may remember my previous “Hollywood” collection which included some rich, regency style furnishings ? Well, I am adding to that by offering some totally GLAM, knock your socks off, pieces of mirrored furniture!
These are now sold out ! No more orders please. Thank you all !
For your pleasure:
The Dresser: – The largest piece in the collection, but still slim, and lady like! The dresser is completely mirrored including the back and the legs! Four drawers adorn the front with glass pull knobs. (drawers do not open) – $45.00
The Sideboard: – Use this gorgeous blue glass piece to set off any room! Three clear mirrored drawers with glass pulls dress the front.(Drawers do not open) This sideboard also features CLEAR legs! A true conversation piece! – $50.00
The Credenza: The most decorated piece in the series, this credenza is made with both wood and mirror. The wooden pieces are painted black for a dramatic look, and the four panels on the front are adorned with elliptical shapes as well as glass knobs. $55.00
You are wondering – “ How will these pieces look with my dolls ?” Well, here are some of my girls to show you! Click on each photo for a closer look.
Ah, but you think to yourself – Will these pieces go with my current decor? Absolutely ! Mirrors are neutral and lend themselves to the colors or prints in your already existing rooms!
They sparkle, they shine, they add glamour ! You are sure to LOVE your new GLAMOUR pieces from “Welcome Home” !
Please contact me for ordering: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Where does YOUR doll live?
Having fun with my Mini Gene dolls today. I thought I would share some photos that show how one piece of furniture can really go a long way when photographing your dolls. For some people, adding furniture to their doll collection might be a space issue. For others, it might be a hesitancy to even start adding furniture at all. Starting out with just one piece is a fun, yet non intimidating way to change it up a little.
(Click on each of the photo’s for a closer look!)
As collectors, our dolls are the outlet that brings us joy and relieves the stress of everyday life. With the ever improving mobility of dolls today, it’s so much more gratifying to have the dolls actually doing something more than standing on a shelf. “Welcome Home” offers a way to do this. Choose a chair, a sofa, or maybe a room divider as a back drop. Add another dimension to your doll collection and enjoy it even more! The possibilities are endless! I will be taking your requests for special pieces for a limited time. Email me at: email@example.com
No more commissions at this time. Thank you.
“Where does your doll live?”
Well, it’s finally SPRING ! This is a favorite time of year for a lot of people . It symbolizes new beginnings and fresh starts. Another symbol of Spring ? – HATS ! A few years ago, prior to my new-found love of furniture design, I designed a line of hats for fashion dolls. Such a love I had for this, that every doll I could think of, had to own a hat! My website – “Maryann’s Millinery” was quite in tune with what the latest diva was and should be wearing – from Barbie, to Tressy, new designs and vintage copies. My hats ran the gamut of haute couture! In March of 2006, My millinery made the cover of Barbie Bazaar Magazine! Here’s the original cover photo, taken by Ernesto Padro-Campos
What an honor to be the cover story of such a popular magazine ! “Finishing the Hat” was both written and photographed by Ernesto who did a fabulous job of displaying my millinery and accessories. You can still get a copy of this Barbie Bazaar issue on eBay, or through collecting friends.
Not long after, my double article about hats was featured in the “Accessories” Issue of Fashion Doll Quarterly Magazine . “Crowning Glory” was my first chance to photograph articulated dolls (Integrity’s Monsieur Z line), with my wares. Here are some of those photos.
The second part of this article featured an actual milliner’s shop. In “Madame Milliner” I showed collector’s how I built a millinery shop to house my miniature wares. Here are some of those photos.
There are lots more photos of the shop and of course, my explanation of how it was built in the magazine. This is actually the 1st time I added any type of furniture to my articles. Without my knowledge, could this have been the buddings of my current desire to design 1:6 decor?! All I remember is that I had fun doing it. I hope you have enjoyed revisiting these articles. It’s SPRING! Time to clear out the cobwebs, dig out those stored away magazines and get inspired !