When I bought the Lisa of Denmark set at the antique sale I got it as part of a group of mini items. It looked retro and interesting, so I thought, why not? Lisa of Denmark was bought out by Lundby, so I assume its 1:18 scale. Read more about Lisa of Denmark on Dollhouses Past and Present.
It was sitting in its boxes begging to come out and be styled.
I was a little stuck for scaled items for the scene, but I dug out a few. My retro starburst mirror worked! How much more retro does a beige and brown corduroy sofa and chairs get? I even found some "vintage" inspired paper. The scene left me with an urge to scout out my local GoodWill store for its real life sized clone. I plunked a pagoda and the coffee set on the table. The carpet is a 1:12 runner.
Sadly, my grey wood staging wood floor will be glued on to the 1:24 house I've been tinkering with in the background. More on that soon. My room box is slowly progressing so I will have to wait on that floor to be finished. On Canada Day I plan to bust out the table saw to give it a base.
Ordered cabinets from Ikea for Miss Kitty`s play room. `Besta`cabinets everywhere. Door fronts in a separate order that hopefully arrives this week. It`s an Ikea typhoon in my basement. I like assembling it, one of those weird people that enjoy Ikea assembly. What I hate is attaching them to the wall with their anti-tip hardware. I would rather assemble a 1:144 Victorian dollhouse with a blindfold on. Rum and coke time.