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Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Is it a Sorceress' Chamber??
No matter what I tried, the first way I had the furniture arranged was the only way the room really worked. If only the boxes I'm using to make the roomboxes were just an inch wider I'm sure I'd like the layout better, not to mention be able to lay it out better.
As you can see after I stopped moving furniture from pillar to post and back again I finished off a lot of the previously undone bits of the room. The legs of the chinoserie cabinet have been painted, cushions and pillows added to the bed and bench seat along with miscellaneous trim and of course a few vases of flowers.
The other new addition this week has been a resident for the room. Sadly, the photos I tried to take of her didn't come out (it's winter down here in Tasmania and good light is very difficult to get at the moment) so you'll have to wait 'till later to see her clearly. She's a Heidi Ott lady doll whom I dressed in a simple off-white pleated nightgown and wigged with a copper blond viscose wigging. She's standing by the window/door that opens onto the faux balcony and brushing her hair.
I'm not sure whether to call this room part of the Tower of Magic or not, I mean, there's nothing exactly "magic" about it is there? I could easily be a "real" bedroom from any time from the 1700s up to today. All in all I'm still not really sure about anything to do with this room.