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Custom Rehab Week 01

This upcoming project is a little different from my usual ones. This is a rehab. This custom dollhouse belongs to a neighbor and she was ...

Wednesday, February 14

My First Beacon Hill Dollhouse Day 13

I finally glued on the tower. I like the way the trim around the opening looks when you look up into it.

I installed the extra top trim to the interior doors.

I put trim around the inside edges of the door openings. I found some narrow trim for them. The only one I didn’t cover was the bedroom closet. The closet has wallpaper around the edges to cover them.

I put the final trim on the back of the wall edges of the third floor.

A lot of uneven siding edges can be covered by trimming. I trimmed out the bay areas with wood scraps. I put white trim on the edges of the bays that meet the walls. I also placed a red narrow trim around the area where the window tops meet the thick top trim.

I decided to not cover the kitchen bay with siding but painting it like the other bays are. I found some spare square scraps from the wood sheets and added them to the kitchen bay so it's similar to the other bays.

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