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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 ...

Saturday, April 16

Custom Order 04 The Rosedale Dollhouse Day 7

Today I installed all of the "hardwood" flooring in the two second floor rooms.

I decided to install the door first, before the floors. It just seemed to me that it would be easier this way and I wouldn't have to trim down the door because of the added thickness of the floor planks as they crossed through the opening. Since this door will not be a working door, this is the easiest way to install it. If you do plan on having a working door, you will have to apply the flooring first and then trim your door down to fit.

Doorknobs go three inches up from the bottom of the door. In a real life house doorknobs are three feet up from the bottom of the door and since this is a one inch scale dollhouse, one real life foot is equal to one inch.

Make a starter hole with a hammer and nail for your doorknobs to fit into. Use a rubber mallet to tap your doorknobs in place, never use a hammer or you will damage them. Dip the ends in glue before you do this for added strength.

After the flooring was done, I applied the ceiling and flooring trim and also the door trim. I used spackle around the entire inner edge of the door where it met with the trim for a more finished look.

I also went ahead and applied the staircase trim.

1 comment:

Chrissey said...

Your house is looking lovely, love your decor xx


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