The kitchen room box is moving
along at a snails pace.
I've been watching e-bay for a
corner cabinet and hutch made by
Hall's Lifetime toys. Individually the
pieces go for around $25 to $75, far
more than I'm willing to pay!!
This is a bargain, scrappy room box.
condition for less than the price of a single piece,
including shipping, so I snatched it up.
Tennessee, from the early 1960's through the 1980's.
They made quality doll furniture for 8-12" dolls like
Ginny and Madame Alexander. They also made 3/4"
scale miniature furniture and 1/12 scale furniture
and dollhouses. All of their furniture was made of
gum wood and plywood & extremely sturdy for play.
The company offered several styles and finishes that
included painted white, blond, Early American, maple
and Mountain Cherry. It was sold in upper
scale department stores.
This Early American dollhouse series consisted of 12
pieces of furniture for a living room, bedroom
Table & Chairs
Do I see a scrappy bedroom
box in my future?
chairs with rush seats, just like the ones
my Grandad had.
The hubs made some shutters for the
the outside of the windows.
I've been diligently working on the rug. This is
actually many hours of making french knots.
I've been gathering paint swatches......
I wish each of you a
shared with the ones you love!!!