In keeping with the “Glamour” theme of late, I’ve designed this beautifully sleek sofa to pamper your dolls ! Upholstered in the richest brocade and featuring clear legs, this piece exudes glamour and style! Two choices await you: Pale blue-green floral or Creme-gold floral
Because of the rarity and expense of the brocade, I only have 4 sofas available at this time. (2 of each color).
Debut price $70.00 each plus shipping.
Please contact me for availability.
All sofas are SOLD ! Thank you!
Hi Gang !
I’m pleased as punch to announce that my work is featured in the June 2010 issue of Haute Doll Magazine !
It’s always exciting for me to see my designs through someone else’s eyes. The article was written and photographed by Ernesto Padro-Campos. I,m posting a few peeks for you to see, but if you’d like to own a copy, visit the Haute Doll website at: www.hautedoll.com
This photo is one of my favorites! I love the soft mauve of the sofa against the blue toned background.
Photos used with permission.
Ernesto ‘s website: www.ernestopadrocampos.com
Hello All !
While I am busy crafting all of the mirrored pieces recently ordered, I thought you might enjoy seeing photos from my current article in FDQ. This loft was based on Barbara Novak’s apartment from the movie “Down with Love”. The space has so many great features and colors that it lends itself to being wild just by its existence!
Location, location, location! A fantastic city view from the sliding glass doors implies that this gal has made it big time.
As you look at the photos, take note of the sunk in living area,colorful curved sofa, and suspended fireplace.
Who’s that living there? Why, it’s up and coming New York Model – Poppy Parker!
She’s certainly made herself right at home!
Isn’t this the coolest?! I wish I had space to leave this set up all the time. Poppy is sure one lucky gal!
You can see the entire article in the current issue of Fashion Doll Quarterly Magazine. ”The Wild” is in book stores now and can still be ordered through the FDQ site.
Poppy’s wardrobe provided by Hilda Westervelt, owner of Bellissima Couture:
“Where does YOUR doll Live?”