For you folks visiting from Mockingbird Hill Cottage, let me bring you up to speed: this week we've been touring my (old) dollhouse. If you care to, scroll down to Sunday's post and see what started all this.
So this is my dollhouse kitchen. It has been renovated, by me, a couple of times. There were two other walls on the first floor that made four rooms. Somewhere along the line I wanted the living room bigger and took out a wall. Then I decided I wanted the kitchen bigger (what woman doesn't want that?) and took out another wall.
This room has plenty of old stuff in it, but it probably has the most of the newest stuff too. And I know Quisp cereal is not period to the style of this room, but I had to have it-- loved Quisp!
This tray was plain aluminum. I painted it to look like a tole painted tray.
This sewing cabinet is 30 years old or more, and I have a soft spot for it since I have a life-sized sewing cabinet just like it. It belonged to my Great-Aunt Madge (of recent button fame).
So that makes two of my favorite things: my dollhouse and my sewing cabinet. Once again, I am linking to Mockingbird Hill Cottage and "A Favorite Thing." Tomorrow we move to the Living Room.