Dollhouse Reveal: The Master Bedroom (#5) and Master Bathroom (#6)

So, I thought I’d couple these two together since they really do go together! 🙂

This room ended up with an odd shape – which is also difficult to paint, decorate and photograph. There really wasn’t a plan for a master bath as bathrooms per sé in the original time frame that the house was built, but in remodeling it became necessary to add such a room.

Once past the bed, the room extends off to the right. At the end of this space is the main door to enter the bedroom. There is room for a nice little dressing table/vanity with the cutest little perfume bottles and hair brush and comb and a cute little lamp and vanity stool.

DSCN4950This room is one more of the rooms that has carpeting and I love the way it looks here too.DSCN4951This room is probably one of the more detailed rooms. The night stand has fresh cut flowers and a box of kleenex that sit on a cute little doily. There is a satiny duvet covering the black satin sheets as well as the dust ruffle.DSCN4952THe dresser back in the corner has a homemade lamp – which I am working on a tutorial for you to make – and a rose in a vase.DSCN4974On the dresser we have a cut little cactus, a bible and assorted fun stuff. The picture frame has a photo of “The Kid”.

The window treatment is similar to the others, with a valance covered with fabric the matches the duvet, with black curtains over an off-white sheers.

Accompanying the bedroom is the master bath. Doing this room was challenging, primarily using the real miniature tile. I ended up having to cut heavy card stock into the dimensions needed and then glued it. I then maneuvered the piece into place in the bathroom and adhered to the walls with mastic. DSCN4962I actually laid the floor tile into mastic, attempting to keep them lined up. Would you believe that they don’t make miniature tile spacers?!  Then it was time to grout.DSCN4966DSCN4965Like I said, this was challenging. But from a little ways off, it looks great. Ha!DSCN4964Lots of fun little details in the bathroom too! I’ve included a little stool so that the kids can reach the sink and brush their teeth; until they need to use it, there is a box of kleenex and a hair dryer. A cup on the sink  holds tiny toothbrushes and on the other side of the sink is a convenient waste basket. DSCN4963The shower curtain is a silky fabric that drapes so nicely and has shower rod with rings. Inside the shower, we have the knob and hand sprayer, soap on the soap dish, and a long handled shower brush. Right outside the shower, we have a shelf with all the hair and shower bottles.dscn4962.jpgOh, the shower basin is actually a soap dish with the base removed, so its all ceramic. Things are finished off with a nice little rug on the floor, a plunger and scale.

Okay, we’re closing in on the remaining rooms which should go quickly. I hope you keeping up with the reveal!

julie

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About MacCupcake

Obviously, a big Mac fan (my first Mac was the first Mac) and mother to the most awesome kid in the world. A techno-junkie and self-proclaimed geek... I love anything and everything relating to computers. Also love making things and figuring out how to make or adapt existing stuff into something new! Always ready to try something new!

9 responses to “Dollhouse Reveal: The Master Bedroom (#5) and Master Bathroom (#6)

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  8. I don’t know how you managed to get all that stuff done with such small pieces and places. So cool.

    • I have to tell you that there were occasions when I had to push through this. I did a dollhouse a couple of years ago on the 1:6 scale (this house was 1:12) and that was so much more fun!

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