There's a miniaturist in Massachusetts whose dollhouse astounds!
Violet Wilcox has been working on her dollhouse, which is more like a mansion, since 1993.
She's graciously agreed to let you, my dear readers, take a peek inside.
First, let's go into the living room.
Everything has been decorated for the Christmas season. Here's another shot of the real-looking little girl, fast asleep on a chair.
Be sure to check out the tiny cards on the mantle as well as the stockings filled with goodies for the dollhouse kids!
Look at the tiny nutcracker under the glass dome and the old-fashioned framed photos!
Don't you just love the lacy curtains?
Surely the dollhouse children love the beautifully decorated Christmas tree.
Those custom made draperies are pretty elegant, too!
Isn't everything just fabulous?
Here's the talented miniaturist herself!
(She's also an amazing artist who creates paintings on canvas.)
Every room is filled to the brim with exquisite details.
An old-fashioned Victrola can be found in the living room.
Violet attends miniature shows and buys artist-quality items for her mini-home.
A beautiful fireplace can also be found in the dining room. A tiny tree on the mantle reflects in the mirror.
There is also a glass filled with candy canes.
An exquisite hand-painted lampshade, covered with pink roses, illuminates a corner of the dining room.
See it in the background?
Violet crafted the turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and so forth out of clay.
Don't you just love the black and white checked floor in the kitchen?
There are freshly baked goodies on the kitchen table.
And there's Grannie, smiling, in a chair near the window.
Many thanks to Violet for sharing her immensely charming dollhouse.
HAVE YOU EVER SEEN A DOLLHOUSE LIKE THE ONE IN TODAY'S POST?