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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 ...

Monday, August 29

Custom Rehab Week 09

You can begin to see the difference that moldings make. They hide all of the template joints and give the dollhouse a more finished look on its interior. The molding also makes the partition seem to be seamless and like it had always been part of the dollhouse.

I decided to use the same size moldings to frame the entire room. Molding also has to be used along the back edge of the partition.

Also, notice the moldings around the windows. This dollhouse did not have interior trim added to the windows. Now every window will have trim. Not only does it make the dollhouse more detailed but it also makes the installation of window treatments more convenient. They can now be attached to the molding and not to the wallpaper. If in the future the window treatments need to be removed, the removal will not damage the wallpaper.

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