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  1. Michelle B

    library/study

    From the album: My Beacon Hill

    My husband and I just completed our Beacon Hill! We extended what was once the kitchen to make a dining room and created a larger kitchen.
  2. From the album: My Beacon Hill

    My husband and I just completed our Beacon Hill! We extended what was once the kitchen to make a dining room and created a larger kitchen.
  3. From the album: My Beacon Hill

    My husband and I just completed our Beacon Hill! We extended what was once the kitchen to make a dining room and created a larger kitchen.
  4. I have a Beacon Hill dollhouse kit received from Greenleaf. The box was damaged and the instructions etc. are missing. I can not find them on this website. Does anyone have any idea where I can find these?
  5. Hi! I'm new to the miniature and dollhouse world. I'm from Ohio. I never thought I would own a dollhouse even though I've always loved them. Surprisingly my mother bought me the Beacon Hill kit for my 52nd birthday. I was in complete shock! I have no idea where to start past reading the directions and thinking "oh my, what have I gotten myself into?" I need help starting from the very beginning.
  6. Hi everyone, I’ve been struggling with the Beacon Hill stairs. Problems with glue, dog thinking my stair assembly was a toy and managing to get to it.(when did he learn to fly.?????) Most of it was saved. I cut new parts from the discard cutouts. But I’m not thrilled with my doggie enhanced stairs. Can I buy a ready made staircase that will fit? I saw a curving staircase on line It would be worth it to me to buy it if it would fit to get past the frustration. Has anyone tried something like this? Has it worked out? Thanks Austi
  7. From the album: My First Build: The Beacon Hill

    Its cool that the BH is taller than she is. Should I teach her how to paint the interior? Her hands (and upper body) are small enough to get inside most of the rooms . .
  8. Hello everyone! I’m new here. My Greenleaf Beacon Hill kit finally came in today! I’m a bit nervous as this is my first dollhouse build. Can anyone share some tips on what helped you? I heard the instructions are kind of difficult and hard to understand. I’ve been watching the YouTube videos and I can’t find one that is like a step by step. I already know some of the changes I’m going to make or other builders suggestions that I’m going to use. I’ve got most of the starter supplies: the glues, the clamps, painters tape, the ultimate cutter from hobby lobby, stains and some mini screwdrivers an
  9. (Starting a new single thread so I don’t fill up the whole forum with my questions!) OK, so I ran into an issue and need some advice on whether I need to disassemble and fix it or just continue on. After I put together the 2nd assembly in the instructions (the first walls that go up) I went to attach it to the foundation and there were a couple of tabs that just barely went in the slots because part of the 2nd assembly was off when I glued it together. (I’m going to try and attach pics) I originallly thought I would just fill that area with wood filler but now I’m
  10. I have just completed a Beacon Hill (more or less). I wondered if anyone would like my box of scraps? Most of the sheets are intact (with the pieces punched out, of course). I never used the shutters, so all those pieces are there. I am willing to send the box and all the scrapwood to anyone who wants it. Jennifer Ashley
  11. After rehoming all my dollhouses (including Pennethorne Manor I - remember MiniMadWoman?) and being out of minis for awhile, I have once again caught the mini bug! I brought up all my miniatures from their tomb in the basement the other day and took inventory. O how I missed my precious pieces! I am going to build a Beacon Hill from the dollhouse kit (which is due to arrive today) with a few modifications. I am adding a basement, extending the kitchen (which will be a dining room) and the bathroom, and adding a conservatory and possibly extending the boudoir. With help from dear h
  12. Hello, fellow forum members - My first exposure to Greenleaf was the Harrison that my mother built for her grandchildren in the early 80s. It was well loved by our families and most of the neighbor children. The dollhouse traveled a bit and was given first to my niece and then my eldest daughter, whose five year old daughter is attached to it at the hip. When my newest grand daughter was born last year her mother said, "Great! Now it's OUR turn for the dollhouse!" To forestall the inevitable battle (ever tried to pry a five year old from her favorite toy on the planet?) I decided to m
  13. From the album: Beacon Hill Rehab

    Husband helped me install chandelier in the tower of the Beacon Hill. Husband used scroll saw to create duplicate window that I am installing on the opposite side of tower to view the chandelier from front and back sides of house.
  14. I am a total newbie working on a Beacon Hill.. i am a slow worker but loving every minute. I’m planning to turn it into a Haunted House with a Harry Potter inspired style. I know it is ambitious, but I am attempting to customize the staircase because I simply despise the cookie cutter look of the trim that comes with the kit. I’m sure I will have lots of questions as I progress.. any advice/support is greatly appreciated! I am obsessing over everyone else’s beautiful creations and hoping my skills are up to par one day ❤️
  15. WestPaces

    Bathroom

    From the album: Beacon Hill

    View of the bathroom from the landing
  16. From the album: ~ Beacon Hill ~

    Just a very small update on the Beacon Hill, unfortunately my restoration work has been taking most of my time and left very little oportunity to work on my hobbies, but I do hope to catch up later this year. The construction pieces are mostly sorted and prepared, but I'd rather work on the assembly when I have time to regularly check on it. In the meantime I've worked on this set of chairs and table for the dinning room, bought them separately in raw wood but I think the design ended up matching quite well. Here's a little furniture test for the Beacon Hill parlour area, I'm happy the modific
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