Model Making for the Stage: A Practical Guide  by Keith Orton (Author)

Model Making for the Stage focuses on the scenographic model and its crucial creative role in the theater-making process. Although it is primarily designed to meet the needs of students and practicing stage designers, the skills and techniques of accurate scale modeling are also transferable to hobbies like model railways and dolls’ houses.


Architecture for Dolls' Houses (Paperback)  by Joyce Percival (Author)

There is a brief chapter on dollhouse construction, but the book will chiefly interest needleworkers, artists, and the modelers of miniatures, who will find this a valuable source of design.


The Ultimate Dolls' House Book (Hardcover)  by Faith Eaton (Author)

Though the text and color photographs are squeezed to conserve space on the page, this exploration into both the contents and fa{‡}cades of more than 35 miniature homes yields an appreciation of the crafts involved--e.g., woodwork, furniture making, needlework, stonework, ceramics, and, in general, all the arts incorporated into real-life dwellings.


Victorian Dollhouse Wallpapers: Six Full-Color Patterns on 24 Sheets  by Inc. Katzenbach & Warren (Author)

Irresistible collection features 6 colorful patterns, all based on classic Victorian wallpaper designs. 4 sheets of each pattern (about 350 square inches) will more than cover an average dollhouse room.


Making Miniatures: In 1/12 Scale (Paperback)  by Venus Dodge, Martin Dodge (Author)

To start a dollhouse may seem discouraging for many people when you think about the time it takes to finish such a project. Here are the ideas how to do just one room box, but still create the atmosphere that you want in a miniature.


Decorate a Doll's House: Authentic Period Styles from 1630 to the Present Day (Hardcover)  by Michal Morse (Author)

Each of these books approaches dolls' houses somewhat differently from the usual books on constructing houses and making furnishings. Morse concentrates mainly on furnishings and interior components for English period houses from Stuart (1630s) to modern (1990s).


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