Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Random Christmas Stuff Number 21

I've just found some pictures of the room box that Mulvany and Rogers were displaying at the Kesington Dolls House Festival earlier this month. It's a wonderfully atmospheric Christmas scene, I would love to have this, but fear it is well beyond my means. I really like the tree, and would love to have a Christmas tree in miniature somewhere in my dolls house, but they only became popular with people in England in the Victorian period, though evergreens were used. (I imagine the 50p coin has been used to show the comparable size).

The room box is set within a mahogany cabinet.

A miniature train set used in the room.

A table set with drinks for residents and guests!


  1. Es una escena maravillosa, pude verla en directo y doy fé de su elegante calidad!! Un abrazo enorme, Andy!!

  2. Andy, It's beautiful! Thank you SO much for sharing them with us. I have always had a hankering for a red room, I was even considering it for the dining room. Utterly magical, thanks again. x

  3. Thanks for posting this. It's a lovely thing and do-able with the right piece of furniture.

    Hmmmmmmm, my mum's got a little one door cabinet on legs...............!

  4. Isn't it a lovely room? I saw the article a few days ago as well. Thank goodness they are not selling this one, although I could not afford it either ;)
    I love the fact it is just a single room inside a piece of real furniture. I would not want a Christmas room on show all year round I think, but this way it is perfect!

  5. Looks very realistic and inviting. Love the the train set!

  6. Andy,

    It's's just perfect! What a beautiful ambiance, how lovely for all of us to see, It must be stunning in real life.

    Well right at this moment I feel very nervous. I have launched my blog and I am still not happy with the way it is but at least I have begun. I figure I can change things as I learn.

    Here it is -

    I'd love you to come and visit!!

    Fi xx ( and any one else here reading Andy's post )

  7. Lovely, thank you for sharing. :)

  8. Somebody forwarded these photos to me a few days ago, but the accompanying article didn't mention who made it --but I should have known!

    Jingle Bells!

  9. Hi everyone, I was impressed when I saw this at the exhibition,and was thrilled to find photos!

    Thinks your mum had better keep an eye on here fixtures and fittings Irene!! ;)

    Fi!!!!!! your new BLOG!! so exciting, will be taking a look ASAP!!!!!