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  1. Hello, It seems our landlord fail to mention that our garage turned into a swimming pool when it rained. I was able to save the wooden pieces of the Shenandoah Log Cabin, but not the instructions. If anyone has a copy or know where I can get one I would greatly appreciate it. I will pay for them and shipping
  2. Hello Greenleaf community! I inherited, and have subsequently built, the Dura-craft Southern Mansion (SM-700) kit from my grandmother. It was a great project, but the completed mansion is just too big for our house. I'd like to sell the completed build and was hoping this community could help me identify a fair price. Google Photo Album of the build process: https://photos.app.goo.gl/iOChUYSVr5MC5Gkf2 How much should I ask for something like this? It took dozens of hours to build. The house is complete, with original manual and all extra wood bits. Thanks!
  3. Hello All! I working in the attic this week, I decided to clean out more of the house kits that I know I will never get to build, and really have no sentimental attachment to them. Just message me for details if interested. I am only charging actual shipping, and if it comes out less than I have predicted, I will refund the difference. All kits have been stored laying flat. The kits will be listed on eBay on Friday July 31st. The Pierce Kit - Open Box. this is actually a full kit and half of another one. It would be great for someone who would like to bash/add on to the
  4. From the album: Pink Bellingham Rehab 2020

    The owner wishes the house to remain pink, but a softer pink was in order. Much better now!
  5. From the album: Pink Bellingham Rehab 2020

    Dry fitting the windows, French doors and working on the porch railings. The owner had cut the hole for the French door rather poorly, so you may notice a couple of shims put in to help fill in the gaps. There is also a gap in the railings- I thought I had enough in my stash and came up short! Argh! Off to buy more....
  6. Back when I started building the Duracraft San Franciscan, the one made of MDF, I decided it needed a basement, so a carpenter friend of mine cut one for me based on my specs. It's got window openings and an opening for stairs. I'm not asking any money for it, just the cost of sending it to where it would need to go. I think I can get packing materials for free. I've posted some pics, although they're not the best, but they'll give you an idea of the piece. It's made from 1/2" thick excellent quality wood. I decided to go in a different direction and didn't build the house, but I hate to just
  7. Qubanqtee

    Bedroom.jpg

    From the album: San Franciscan Interior

    I made a huge faux pas, I made the loo the largest of the room in the San Franciscan....before proceeding I decided to switch the master with the bathroom....it required re-flooring the bathroom, removing the tile walls and wallpapering. The drapes which I made and stitched every little ring to the drapes and then hung them on the rod I made....to say I way annoyed was an understatement. In the end it was worth every sore fingertip...the master bedroom is elegant and airy yet welcoming. The Bespaq settee sits in front of the windows so the mistress can put on her shoes or read a chapter or t
  8. Hi All, I am searching for a DuraCraft Marquam Hill Mansion (MR 625) kit or dollhouse. My grandmother had one of these when I was little that I loved playing with, but sadly it was given to someone outside of our family after she passed. I would love to build or restore one with my daughter now that she is old enough to share a love of miniatures with me. However, I am having a really hard time finding this dollhouse anywhere. Anyone have any leads? Thanks!
  9. I am constructing the Duracraft linfield and I’m dry fitting the roof, but it’s just not fitting right. Do they ever? Should I sand and try to figure it out or glue and fill in with wood putty? I have done everything correct with the instructions, so I don’t know what’s best to do. Any suggestions?
  10. I have a hand-me-down Duracraft Victorian VH600 that I would be happy to give to someone who would love and build it. It is from the 1980s, never opened. I have no idea of the condition but the box is clean and whole so I'm assuming that everything inside is good. It is very heavy, so I can't mail it, sorry. I am willing to drive to a southern L.A. Co. or Orange Co. Calif. location if you can't come and get it, and I would be happy to hang on to it for a while if necessary. The box says "21 in. x 47 in. x 40 in." -- ten rooms!
  11. Samusa

    Garage

    From the album: First Dollhouse DC San Franciscan SF557

    A close up of the garage. I have some work to do on the garage door and I may make a laundry area in the back under the window.
  12. From the album: First Dollhouse DC San Franciscan SF557

    I'm waiting on supplies for the basement apartment plus I needed a change of scenery so I decided to work on the dining room today. Everything is still in dry fit so it's all a house of cards that could come tumbling down at any moment. The table isn't finished so the top hasn't been glued down yet.. I've used these random metal minis to weigh it down so it would sit more evenly on my very wonky floor. (It warped during white washing and I'm yet to find a way to fix it... No amount of heavy books has managed it yet. ) The table got a coat of Walnut Brown stain, then several t
  13. From the album: First Dollhouse DC San Franciscan SF557

    Gave the brick flooring a wash of white paint to tone down the red and give it a bit of an aged appearance. Then grouted. Used spackle this time @Its_a_sm_world_after_all Jodi. Soooo much better.. but it's very white... should I give all of this a black wash to grimy it up a bit? Or leave it all white and pretty?
  14. tjb

    Chelsea front bashed

    From the album: Laurel/Chelsea Bash

    This is how I bashed the front of the Chelsea.
  15. From the album: First Dollhouse DC San Franciscan SF557

    This is the basement apartment main room. Originally I was going to have the kitchenette at the front beside the front door and under the window, but it didn't leave me enough room for a sofa bed or murphy bed up by the bathroom. So I've had to switch it around. The kitchenette will now be a galley style at the rear near the bathroom and the living/sleeping area will be up front. I will most likely build some kind of modular corner sofa bed arrangement as I don't know where exactly to put a murphy bed. In the kitchen area, there will be a small sink, counter top stove a small under co
  16. From the album: First Dollhouse DC San Franciscan SF557

    This is the basement bathroom floor plan. It's a small room so has a pretty basic design There will be walk in shower in the back. Basin with Cabinet mirror & Toilet. I may make a little custom shelf unit for between the basin and the loo. The door will change to a Classics Narrow door (on order) to free up some wall space for accessories such as towel racks etc. Furniture is just place holding, I still need to make some choices for this room.
  17. From the album: First Dollhouse DC San Franciscan SF557

    In the living area there will be a modular corner sofa bed arrangement of some sort (to be built). On the wall between the kitchenette and living area will be a tall thin storage cupboard. A small round coffee table and a storage unit on the diagonal wall for a TV and books, will round out the furniture for this room.
  18. From the album: First Dollhouse DC San Franciscan SF557

    Top view of the entire floor plan for the San Franciscan basement. I finally got all my window and door holes cut. I will need to make some adjustments to the garage door opening as it's a bit large. Once the exterior stone goes on it should solve some of the issues.
  19. Samusa

    Basement progress

    From the album: First Dollhouse DC San Franciscan SF557

    Making progress on the basement. I've cut the hole for the garage door which is in dryfit and has a coat of primer. I don't know where to put the basement door. I've chosen this french door style because there most likely won't be a window on the front wall and I would like to have the door do double duty for some light. I can't put the door directly under the other doors as the garage door took up more room than expected and means it's impossible to line the bottom door up with the others due to the internal struts/runners that make the garage door work. The choices are: 1.
  20. Samusa

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    From the album: First Dollhouse DC San Franciscan SF557

    There will be black coach lights on both porches
  21. Cheverly

    Attic windows

    From the album: Whitebrush Manor - DC VM800

    I installed two this weekend, one in each gable.
  22. From the album: Doll houses

    Here is the front of my Duracraft Farmhouse 505. I purchased it through a local online buy-sell-trade group, fully furnished for $60! What a find! I'm so excited to redecorate it!
  23. Cheverly

    Or Single Door?

    From the album: Whitebrush Manor - DC VM800

    I think I know which I'm leaning towards, but I'd like outside input.
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