Intermission - Best of the Newport
The Newport has since been sold to another miniaturist for finishing, but here is a brief pictorial of my favorite work in progress photos. :] Some images can be clicked to enlarge. Click here for a full list of Newport posts, including how I made things and the materials used.
The last complete dry fit I did before selling the Newport, front.
The last complete dry fit, back.
Vintage bird prints in the dining room.
Powder room lighting.
And Sarge on the door mat. :D
The extended porch soffit.
The living room.
The kitchen and dining room.
The guest room.
The guest room dresser.
Scratch built bedside lamps.
Master bathroom with café shutters.
Master bathroom vanity.
Living room around the holidays.
The garage. :D
The garage shelves.
The first two mini bicycles.
And, a later addition.
Update: you can see the Newport in its new home on JRB Creations.
The chest is gorgeous! I could go on and on.... and on!
You add just the right amount of accessories, the most beautiful colors and your photography is outstanding!
Thanks so much for sharing these photos. I can't WAIT to see your Spring Fling entry when it's finished!
Un abrazo y mis felicitaciones
I think the garage is my favorite, too! It always makes me smile when I look at it.
Actually, most of these pictures look unreal! Fantastic!
Is there a picture of the whole Newport house somewhere? Just wondering what the layout looks like.
The range backsplash is vinyl textured ceiling tile sheet painted with silver paint, then rubbed away to give more depth. You can see it here: http://www.otterine.com/blog/blog1.php/range-hood-lighting
The last overall Newport photos are here: http://www.otterine.com/blog/blog1.php/the-newport-in-brick-a-k-a-the-beast
I am still stuck on the second floor since I have to plan the lighting channels for the third floor and upper tower room before finishing up the master bedroom and conservatory on the second floor. When I started, I figured it would be a five-year project since I knew nothing at the time and want to do it right. This is also why I take breaks from it since it is such a large project.
Both here and on Petitpointers, I am ALWAYS impressed with you work (and somewhat envious!)