It all started with these three closet doors. The doors, all big and white dominated the room, so, the designer decided to use them as a focal point. First I added the medallions above the door frames. Then, I added wall icing for the the metal out line that creates the harlequin pattern.
After I painted, glazed and clear coated the doors, I added the plates behind the door pulls. I made the plates in order to hide the hole made for the original doorknob.
I painted the ceiling medallion which compliments the chandelier.
The walls needed a little something, so I tea stained the walls and ceiling.
Finally, I painted checks and flowers on the radiator cover, tieing it in with the tile furniture.
It is a disturbing fact that females have been the most victimized and repressed group of humans throughout all of history.
Training girls that their role in life is to land a husband and have kids is severely limiting for her. I thought, what would her doll house be like if it could prepare her for autonomy.
It seems to me a good idea to train girls to be autonomous and to be an active participant in the world.
Write it! Think about it! Defend it!
Give her the chance to Live her life.
This pantry door needed a bit of an updo, so, first I added the medallion. Then, I textured the door to give it a rough metal look, even though it feels nice to the touch.
This closeup shows the antique metal texture I added in order to lose the wood graining that the door came with. The texture helps the finish look and feel convincing.