zondag 29 april 2018

The Largest Doll's House

The Doll's House in yesterday's post was inspired by this house from the 18th century part of the Drenthe Museum in Assen. They call it the "Largest Doll's House in the Netherlands" as you can imagine you walk through the Doll House yourself. Here the entrance with the hall.

It is all decorated in its original state, with the beautiful dining room for special diners.

The living room with the bedstead with shutters in the back.

It was the only room with a stove to keep the residents warm.

Here they slept in the living room with two in the bedstead and closed the shutters to keep warm.

The kitchen in the cellar.

The sidetable in the livingroom with "fake" pastries that looked really tasty.

13 opmerkingen:

  1. What a clever idea to have cabinet doors to keep your sleeping area warm.
    Very pretty place. I never had a doll house..but image that I would have liked one.

  2. A lovely house. I can imagine they would sleep sitting up as the bed area looks so small. But a good idea to close off the shutters to make the area warmer.

  3. mooi is dit Marianne

    het is voor het eerst dat ik zoiets zie

    prettige zondag


  4. I love the doll's house in last post Marianne, gosh wouldn't every little girl love to have on like that. This is a very pretty house too, I can see how it was the inspiration for the doll house.

  5. I love the idea of being so cosy and sleeping hidden behind shutters at nightime.

  6. This is quite amazing to me. I've never seen anything like it.

  7. Interesting that the doll's house is a replica of a real one.

  8. It even look bigger then my place...Coffee is on