As I have been documenting the changes around my house for years I have taken a lot of pictures of furniture so I dug deep in the archives to see what I had.
My garden chairs were sent ready to assemble. Who doesn’t love RTA furniture?
I bought this old TV unit for $100 about 10 years ago from people I knew who were moving. After a few years using it to house our TV, VCR and DVD player it became hard for David to bend to put tapes or DVD’s in the players so I reorganised the room; but what to do with the cabinet? Luckily I found a use for it in the doll room. An old armchair was also pressed into service to hold dolls although it is now doing time on the front porch.
While we are in the doll room of course I have to show you some dolls house furniture. Naomi and I spent several hours a few months ago going through her vintage dolls house furniture and I photographed all of it for our doll blog. So here you are Cee, tiny furniture. The Barton and Marx furniture belongs to me and the Triang and Blue Box belongs to Naomi.
Last of all here is an antique bed I photographed at the surprisingly good history museum in the tiny town of Woodsdale not far from Oatlands.