I am not used to thinking big. Big being a 1: 12 scale room/house. I am
very comfortable with making many of the tiny elements that go in a house but
this seems huge to me. haha
I have watched with fascination and admiration as so many of you have built
your houses. I am only just beginning to fully appreciate how much thought you
have put into them. And frankly I am more then a bit intimidated. There are so
many things to consider. So many measurements that all have to tie into
So I am just going to play with some cardboard mock-ups and
interior schemes. I know what I want, I just have to figure out how to get
there. It may not be possible.
I really want to use this stove I cast in bonze. The look is so different
in metal then it was in plastic. Even though the rest of the kitchen may have
been updated to some degree. If I later I change my mind and want to have a more
modern stove, I want to be sure it will fit in the area I build for this one. The stove will fit inside the surround.
Does anyone know the measurements of a small AGA stove by Hearth & Home? They have not put them on their site.
Between the Sue Cook brackets, I want to have a brass rod to hang all the
copper pans I have made from hooks. Looking at this I see the brackets need to be lower so someone would be able to reach a pan.
I want lots of textures in this room. Wood
beams with baskets and herbs hanging from them. There might be cabinets built in
above the mantel with hinged doors. The bricks in this photo are clay fired on a mesh backing. I bought them looooog ago. They can be aged very nicely.
I am going to try to design a house from the inside out rather then the
outside in. I want to see if what I want will work with the sort of exterior I have in