Sunday, December 7, 2008

Kitchen Beginnings

There's not a whole lot to see here right now, but I wanted to assure you that construction on Myrtlewood is still underway! Here you can see the floors I've finished for the kitchen (right) and butler's pantry (left).

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Note the spaces in the kitchen for the stove (left back), what will be a small pantry (right back) and a servant's staircase (right front). Part of the servant's staircase will pull out to give access to the wiring. Maybe. Now that I've already wired that part, I'm thinking about switching up where I put the circuit board. If I change that, I'll have to rerun all the wiring. Sigh.

I've also finished the floor for the dining room.

I'm about 2/3 finished with the floors for the first floor now. I really need to finish them before I start on the walls, but creating them is so tedious, I keep getting distracted by other things! I really will finish them one of these days!

Next time: pictures of my early (miniature building-related) Christmas present from my dear husband. I've been a very good girl this year!

3 comments:

Amanda S. said...

Your floors look great!

Sans said...

I am seriously thinking your framing construction is very very viable especially for a big project. Dying to know how it will work out.

Josje Veenenbos, said...

I am with Sans on this one! Love your idea for the framing construction. It is a building method hardly used here in my country (the Netherlands) as almost everything is built with bricks, but I must say I think it is perfect for a dolls house! Gives you perfect room to hide the wiring too.