The MOD Maven Suite

Hello Everyone

I’m so pleased to present to you today, “The MOD Maven Suite”! This one of a kind, two room dwelling was inspired by my MOD Tressy doll and she will be modeling for you today. However, this set will accommodate all of your stylish 12″ divas, and will prove to be THE perfect backdrop for photo enthusiasts and collectors alike – Sure to make your dolls come alive!

“The MOD Maven Suite” is available for purchase today! All of the details are listed below the photo presentation. Please email me at: with any questions, and to purchase.


Please enjoy – “The MOD Maven Suite” : (Click on each photo for a larger view)

Come on in!

Vibrant, exciting color while still maintaining a classic look!
The suite on display face on
Living Area
Dining Area
View from the opposite direction

Among its many features, “The MOD Maven Suite” has real lights!

Floor Lamp – (battery operated)
Peering through the room divider
Romantic lighting in the dining room courtesy of mini lights in the credenza!
The lighting casts a warm glow, almost mimicking a fireplace!

Some unmistakably Mid Century accents are also featured:

Wall Art, Centerpiece bowl with glass floral motif, Potted Plant
Two Glass Grape Sculptures (1 in Amber tones, 1 in Pink tones)
Two mid century art paintings by the 1960’s artist Montez .
Details of the dining chair (designed by Me) and close up of the floor covering. Please note that the flooring IS INCLUDED with the set! It is actual Grasscloth and makes the PERFECT floor for this mid century space!

Our model for this colorful space is none other than the MOD Tressy who inspired it! (Doll not included)

All pieces in the set are independent from one another, and can be moved or changed in an instant!

Another choice for set up! * Notice the angled detail of the dining room credenza. And the wall end reflectors now act as a room divider and window respectively!

Here are a few views at dusk with the lights on:

Really cool! πŸ˜‰

“The MOD Maven Suite” complete:


3 Free Standing Walls – (1) Pink and Gold wall , (1) Gold and Pink wall – Both walls are finished on the back also, and painted a neutral linen color allowing even more choices for display! (1) Room Divider Wall – half wooden painted slats, half wall board (one side painted pink, one side painted gold.)

2 Crackled “glass” (faux) Room Reflectors – Used to extend the walls and allow light to be reflected into the setting. These do not stand alone, however rest nicely against the end of each wall.

Flooring – A glorious piece of grasscloth wallpaper lending color, texture, a bit of decadence to the space, and ties the two rooms together.

Living Room Sofa – Upholstered in a delicate crepe fabric of muted florals, encompassing all the colors of the room. A perfect choice! Wooden base with tapered legs painted burnt sienna. Features 3 colorful toss pillows.

Accent Chair – Upholstered in chartreuse boucle’ (A favorite of mine). Wooden base with tapered legs painted burnt sienna. Features 2 colorful toss pillows.

Oval Coffee Table – All wood, hand cut oval with tapered legs. Painted burnt sienna. A perfect addition to the sofa and chair!

2 Glass Grape Sculptures – Hand made /designed by Me. 1 set Amber colored glass with glass green leaf, 1 set Pink colored glass with glass green leaf. Mirrored display tray also included.

Floor Lamp – This beauty, designed by Me, features brass pole with attached oval accent, wooden base and grass cloth shade. Yes, it lights! Battery operated (battery included).

Wall Clock – Floral design. Made from wood. Painted pink! The hands do not move, however you can “change the time” depending on how you place it on the wall. πŸ˜‰

2 MCM style Paintings – Both of these paintings are prints from the 1960’s artist Montez. Very era appropriate for the space.

Dinette SetPetite wooden table with 2 chairs. Dining table is wooden and painted burnt sienna. Dinette chairs feature curved design (by Me) also wooden and painted burnt sienna. Cushions are upholstered in an neutral tweed.

1 Table Centerpiece – Clear bowl with green glass leaf floral motif.

Credenza – Wooden piece with front “crackled glass” half window and sliding door. Wood painted burnt sienna. Interior has clear shelf and natural wood. This piece also comes with a set of fairy lights tucked neatly inside. Sliding door allows you to access the on and off switch and also hide the battery pack. A very neat feature!

Table Top Plant – Tall leafy greenery in a “clay” pot.

2 Wall Art Prints – Really cool art work from a 50’s barkcloth pattern!


“The MOD Maven Suite” $1200 plus shipping. NOW SOLD ! THANK YOU EVERYONE!

To purchase this original, exceptionally detailed suite, please email me at:

Payment is through PayPal only (No E-checks). Payment required upon receipt of invoice.

Please include your zip code/country code when ordering so that I may calculate shipping. Due to the large nature of this set, expect shipping to be pricey. I ship the best/safest way possible.

Thank you all so much for your continued interest!


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 β€œAdd a little LIFE to your display”

* Maryann Roy/Maryann Roy Furniture Studio – is a registered/trademark business. All content including designs, photos and text are the property of the Artist, Maryann Roy, and may not be copied or used without written permission.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Claudia Thiem says:

    This is going to sound crazy, but did you get the idea for that screen from one I posted on FB? I did something very similar (life size) at the end of last year.

  2. maryannroy says:

    I am not sure what you are referring to Claudia, so, I gotta say no…My inspiration is from referencing 60’s material. πŸ™‚ xo

  3. It’s beautiful Maryann. I love it all!

  4. Jocelan Tracey says:


    On Wed., Sep. 29, 2021, 12:00 p.m. Maryann Roy -Neo-Retro Furnishings & Set Design

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