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I was looking for a rustic feel so I left as much of the natural wood as I could.  The roof over the hexagonal rooms was in pieces when I got this dollhouse.  Since I wanted more of a lodge feel to this dollhouse, and the pieces to the roof there were made of the heavy MDF wood, I decided to just make a new, flattened roof over that section.  I even went so far as to make a faux 'stained glass' section in a false 'roof ' which I'd planned to back light, so when I turned on all the lights it would look like sun coming in the 'skylight'.  Well after going up and down the stairs as I built it, fitting and re-fitting it, I decided to peek in to see how it was looking from the inside and realized that you can't even SEE the skylight unless you look through ONE of the windows while bending WAY over and craning your neck.  So I decided to forego adding the lights inside the roof. 

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