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The inside - not too shabby.  I can't wait to start adding more furniture and fun touches.  I really need a fridge and some shelves.  I feel like that slanted wall in the bathroom really needs....something.  Artwork, maybe?  but how, when the wall is slanted...???  Maybe just some shelves... 

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My Orchid build - 1st doll house

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Some folks do a patterned paper with some tiny molding around it as artwork. You could repeat it somewhere else in the room as an accent. Putting it in two side by side rectangles with the cream color paint in-between would be less imposing.

You could even use a coordinating fabric to your curtains and bath items rather than the paper and accomplish the same thing. Some folks have used a mural type picture in some tiny molding in the same manner on those slanted walls. If you were going for the fairy tale look you could use glitter paint in the same way.

Sometimes less is more though. If you want your actual bath decor to be the spotlight, leaving the slanted wall more neutral will enhance that better.

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