Friday, 27 March 2009

The Inside Of The Trigger Pond..


I took these photographs last night of the inside of the Trigger Pond House to show you. The interior paint work looks white, but its more of a cream colour. Think it's the flash.
What you can't really see is the window in the main Hall it is stained glass and has heraldry shields in it. However, you can see all the dust. Needs a good clean!
This Model is now retired, I think it is called the Oxford. On the middle floor at there back there are two doors, one opens to reveal a false hallway. On the top floor there is also a concealed area in the room without the bed. It is fully lit but the lighting fitments are concealed. I still need to try them out and make sure their all still working.
I'm sure I have some more furniture stashed away for this house, somewhere in all the millions of boxes that are stored in the Garage and Barn. I really need to have a grand sort out. Another job on my ever growing list.



11 comments:

Chris V. said...

ooh what a great house! And in half scale it's so neat! I love Tudor!

Tallulah~Belle said...

Wonderful....so detailed.

Wish we could see the stained glass window so tiny.

MiniKat said...

You should enlist some help from friends for a "grand sort out." Turn it into a party or something.

Jean Day said...

Oh my goodness, it is great! I really like the front opening. The windows are beautiful, it must be wonderful lit inside, your furnishings are perfect. Love Tudor, it always reminds me of when I painted Coats of Arms for a heraldry company. We had our wedding reception in a reproduction Medieval Inn, you are so lucky in the UK to have real ones for inspiration. MiniKat had a great idea of a sorting party.

Silke Janas-Schloesser said...

This is absolutly beautiful Debbie !!!What a phantastic house ! And see how great your camera is ! You can see some dust ,LOL Incredible !!!

Marja said...

its a beautiful house debbie..
hope you have time to sort out..

who knows what's beautiful mini still found ;-)
hugs Marja

Minna said...

It looks lovely! I love the structure of the house.

Mags Cassidy said...

That is some house, Debbie - I wish it was mine I would so enjoy filling it with Tudor foods - alas I do not have any more space!

rosanna said...

Debbie, it's astonishing. It is really an art piece. It is so detailed quite unbelievable. Hugs

Sassy Mini Dolls said...

It's grand, Debbie!!! You do such beautiful, detailed work!!! Hugs, Marsha

Dragonstar said...

Debbie, it's beautiful! I've not been here for so long, and I've missed this sort of thing so much.

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