This is the top floor of Mr Buxton's shop. I've had to create a kind of bed-sitting room on this level as the other two floors are taken up with the shop and kitchen, and there is only one room on each floor. You can probably just see the old fashioned iron bedstead on the left of the picture. I'm still working on this room, and would like some more miniatures to go in there, but it's starting to take shape. I like the little lace table cloth, but can't remember where I got it, it's one of a pair, but the other one is in storage at the moment. The armchair fits in very well too, it's just what I was looking for, and I picked it up at an 'antiques' fair in Ampthill. It's amazing what you can get away with calling an antique! Anyway, it only cost £2.00 so I was thrilled! The blanket box, at the foot of the bed, was an inexpensive white wood piece which I have stained and distressed (very much I am sure) to look like a battered old oak one. The wireless came from Miniatura in Birmingham, I think it is made from resin, and supplied in blank form by Phoenix model developments, but I bought it already finished with a nice walnut style veneer painted onto it!
PS. Look Fi, Mr Buxton is ready for tea and cakes!!!