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The tiniest interiors…

I am obsessed with miniature worlds. I think it can be attributed to a combination of factors, the charm and orderliness of the tiny, that small spaces can be extremely ornate without appearing ostentatious, and that themes look totally plausible when they are small enough. I also adore the fact that small spaces are almost impossible to “mess up”, a battle that is constantly being fought in my home between my daughter, husband, and I. Here are some of the rooms I spent painstaking hours on. I hope their appearance soothes your soul in the same way the do to mine:)

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Fall fairy dollhouse…

I swore, in a previous post, that I would never again put another dollhouse together from scratch. It was complicated, messy, challenging… And yet here it is, inspired by the tiny fairy I am lucky enough to spend my days raising:)

The ground floor, with a twig and pine cone shingled entranceway...

The ground floor, with a twig and pine cone shingled entranceway…

The outside complete, with a roof carpeted in moss and flowers...

The outside complete, with a roof carpeted in moss and flowers…

The sitting room, with a hand-sewn couch, art, and acorn stools...

The sitting room, with a hand-sewn couch, art, and acorn stools…

The bedroom's fairy bed has butterfly wings, ornaments, and rests upon a nest of flower petals...

The bedroom’s fairy bed has butterfly wings, ornaments, and rests upon a nest of flower petals…

The apothecary, with fairy wings, bark furniture, and bottles of fairy dust...

The apothecary, with fairy wings, bark furniture, and bottles of fairy dust…

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