Friday, January 10, 2014

Happy New Year!

I have more Andy Fish photos of the Fairfield.

Not much progress on Grandma's Summer House. I've papered the main rooms, and am working on the lighting. I'm still short at least 3 lights, but almost all of the lights I have are installed. Nothing really photographable at the moment.

So, continuing upstairs in the Fairfield, here's the hallway.

The stairs to the third floor are from a Houseworks stair kit that Mom had bought with the Fairfield upgrade. For some reason, I am obsessed with having stairs to each floor.
The pictures in the hall are photos I got on Ebay. Of witches, strange creatures, a dog in a warlock outfit. I made the frames. The wood floor is made from coffee stirrers.
I made the plant on the table. The table I made from a kit, painted it white, and added a red velvet tablecloth. The curtains were made from lace trim.
It was very difficult to work in the hall space (and to photograph it!).

The door on the left is the purple bedroom. The door on the right is the bathroom.

The rug is from some upholstery samples my sister gave me.

The bathroom
The corner cupboard I made from craft sticks. I made the toilet paper rolls from cardstock and, well, toilet paper. I created the toilet paper holder from card stock and wire. The towels were cut from a small, thin towel. Some of the bottles and lotions I made, others were from Ebay.
The clock was made from a printed clock face and a button. I put in a little mirror tile above the sink. More lace trim curtains. The towel shelf I made from craft sticks. I made the little plant from a bead and a plastic flower. There's a book on the shelf, too, though it's not terribly visible. There's soap on the sink, too.

Better view of the shelf.

A nice, light view of the room.

It never fails to impress me, when I look at the photos Andy took, at what fantastic skill he has. He takes the shots that I want to see - and there's very little chance I'd be able to get the picture myself. Artistic composition, lighting... He is awesome.

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