In her superbly presented book, Christine-Lea Frisconi explains how to make a beautiful miniature French country house. Dressed in an elegant style of faded grandeur, the dolls' house is full of period features and exhibits plenty of vintage appeal.
Having made the dolls' house, Christine explains how to build up the wall panels to provide deep recesses, fancy panelling and wall niches to add character - ideas that can be translated to any existing dolls' house.
Instructions to make a range of French-style furniture, fittings and even flowers are included: chairs, a folding screen, ornate light sconces, fireplaces, dressing tables, window dressing, right down to the kitchen sink! There is also a gallery of dolls' houses at the end of the book to inspire.
About the Author
Miniaturist Christine-Lea Frisoni has based this book on her own extensive experience of interior decor, adapted to the miniature world. Christine-Lea aims to reproduce objects in a realistic way to conserve the memory, lifestyle and decor of bygone eras. A number of her personal creations can be found in private collections worldwide.
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Comments about The Big Book of a Miniature House:
There really is nothing to fault in this book. Easy to follow and understand in every aspect.
Number Of Pages: 192
Published: 1st February 2015
Publisher: Guild of Master Craftsman Publications Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 29.1 x 23.2 x 2.2
Weight (kg): 1.27