Category Archives: recycled

Posted on 28 April, 2017

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Megan Hornbeck miniature found on Shapeways

The Neutrals: A Room With White Walls

Consider your miniature white room a blank slate, an opportunity to do whatever you want, and go wherever your creativity will take you. This positive approach is a lot better than being intimidated by what at first glance looks like a colorless space.

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Posted on 25 April, 2017

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Facade of the Nuremberg House on display at the Victoria & Albert Museum

Nuremberg House

The Nuremberg House was made in 1673 and is the oldest dollhouse on display at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. It is small, measuring approximately 42” high, 36” wide and 18” deep, much smaller than most “puppenhausen” made in Nuremberg during that period.

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Posted on 23 April, 2017

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The Hartnell’sKensington House has a side portico above a wine cellar. Found on the Daily Mail

The Hartnell’s Kensington House

Tim and Angela Hartnell, owners of Anglia Dolls House in Norfolk, modeled the Kensington House on an 1815 Regency property. Their attention to detail is paramount. To protect the 1:12 scale visitors from being exposed to the scurrying and clatter of the miniature staff bringing food to their table, each elegant reception rooms is entered from a servants’ corridor.

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Posted on 19 April, 2017

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1900s Photo Studio found on BoredPanda

Ali Alamedy’s Dioramas

Ali Alamedy’s dioramas are amazing.His life story even more so. Here are some highlights in his own words:

“I Built A Miniature 1900s Photo Studio In Honor Of An Old Photographer

‘I spent 9 months working on the studio using hundreds of meters of wood and lots of other materials like plastic, copper, paper, etc. I built more than 100 miniature objects all designed and built according to that era. All the objects were made from scratch. There were lots of challenges especially when I was doing the research. I could find only a few pictures from old studios all in white and black.

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