Late one night mid November I suddenly wondered if my 11cm Obitsu bunch would or could fit through this front door I always thought was quirky at best. I've never had a doll that properly fit through it. I was floored seeing that these guys were the closest to fitting as I had ever seen. This is precisely what triggered me to research how to figure out the scale of a dollhouse. Because of the completely out of proportion upper and lower floor I always thought the person who made it was a bit daft. Knowing now that it is super common since it is supposed to be an attic and not a full second floor just makes me snicker at myself.
This is certainly sorely in need of revamping to head in the direction of a fairy house in the woods that I always wanted. I know one of the things I struggle with is seeing it for so long that sometimes I don't think I really see it past the blue house I've had since I was 8. Blue is so not ideal for blending into a woodland setting, but I think I'd be upset if it was no longer blue. And even if I can figure out how to make the outside fit what I always wanted, but the inside... I've never known how to sort it out. The only thing I do know is the room on the bottom right (the kitchen) is just very dark, even before the dark paint because of the depth, The current walls and flooring choices boils down to an attempt to do something with some supplies I was given in high school, a surplus from a neighbor's leftovers.