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  1. From the album: Bayberry Craftsman

    The living room is finished and ready to move into. I added some ceiling beams and an entry light, also. I will (try to) make the period furniture when I am closer to finishing the house. I will custom order thin oak for all the furniture. I have several period furniture patterns from The Scale Cabinetmaker and I found a very helpful pattern book online. We'll see how that all turns out later.
  2. From the album: Bayberry Craftsman

    I saw a RL floor like this on-line and fell in love. I decided it would make a great little floor for the bump out/ reading nook.
  3. From the album: Bayberry Craftsman

    Three of the four pieces are almost done. I still have the chest-of-drawers and the hardware to make.
  4. From the album: Bayberry Craftsman

    Black Walnut trim on bedroom walls.
  5. From the album: Bayberry Craftsman

    I still need to add a 1920's refrigerator and more accessories. I do wish the kitchen had ended up a bit larger. But done is done. I'll squeeze it in somewhere. ;-)
  6. From the album: Bayberry Craftsman

    I fell in love with the Peacock frieze and thought it would go well in the living room. The wainscot and plate rail are done in black walnut. I am thinking a beamed ceiling for this room and, perhaps, a tin ceiling in the kitchen.
  7. From the album: Bayberry Craftsman

    I REALLY love wood, so this house has a ton.
  8. I am a new member of your fine community, and I've recently designed and engineered several new miniature dollhouse furniture kits in 1:12 scale that I'll be releasing soon through my company Silver Ridge Modelworks. Attached are some photos of the finished prototypes. There's a writing desk which features real dovetail joinery on the drawers, a round table, and a wall cabinet. The kits will feature all the precut and laser-cut wood parts, and hardware, along with full assembly and finishing instructions. Many hours of fun for those who love to build miniatures. If there's some interest, I hope to produce many more designs. I've been modeling miniatures since I was 10 years old (for me that's quite some time ago). I've built many House of Miniatures kits as well as Shenandoah Miniature furniture kits, room boxes by Houseworks, and more. I also have many years of experience modeling HO scale model railroad structures by the big names in the business - Fine Scale Miniatures, South River Modelworks, and Sierra West Scale Models. After years of building other people's designs, I wanted to try my own hand at designing and producing my own kits. Hence my company Silver Ridge Modelworks. I'm glad to be a part of your community and hope to be an active contributor. Sincerely, Christopher Disdero Sole Proprietor Silver Ridge Modelworks
  9. From the album: Bayberry Craftsman

    Not fastened or glued yet. I am thinking about scrapping the rail and starting over. The ballusters aren't square and it will drive me nuts if I don't fix it. I am not sure I like the pattern anyway.
  10. From the album: Bayberry Craftsman

    Each tile is 9/16" square.
  11. Treedydi

    Staircase 2

    From the album: Bayberry Craftsman

    The bench still needs waxed and polished and the light needs moved to the left a bit.
  12. From the album: Bayberry Craftsman

    Stairs and bench are all trimmed. Now it's time to figure out the spindles and hand rails...something Gustav Stickley-ish. LOL, Can you tell that I'm winging it? There are about a million more hours to go before this house is done (sigh). And I thought the floors would take the longest!!!
  13. From the album: Bayberry Craftsman

    Porch floor is finished and the door is dry fitted. Some modifications needed to be made to the door assembly but it wasn't too bad.
  14. From the album: Bayberry Craftsman

    My first EVER attempt at making a scratch parquet floor. This one will go in either the bathroom or the kitchen of the craftsman.
  15. Treedydi

    Trim added 2

    From the album: Bayberry Craftsman

    Stairs and bench are all trimmed. Now it's time to figure out the spindles and hand rails...something Gustav Stickley-ish. LOL, Can you tell that I'm winging it? There is about a million more hours to go before this house is done (sigh). And I thought the floors would take the longest!!!
  16. Treedydi

    Trim added 1

    From the album: Bayberry Craftsman

    Stairs and bench are all trimmed. Now it's time to figure out the spindles and hand rails...something Gustav Stickley-ish. LOL, Can you tell that I'm winging it? There is about a million more hours to go before this house is done (sigh). And I thought the floors would take the longest!!!
  17. Treedydi

    Staircase 3

    From the album: Bayberry Craftsman

    I see some changes that need made before I start on the spindles and handrails. Pictures are great for bringing out the flaws.
  18. Treedydi

    Staircase

    From the album: Bayberry Craftsman

    Almost ready to trim out.
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