Friday, 6 April 2012

Miniatures in Berlin (part 4)

If I had realised two little children would leave me virtually no time for minis or blogging I probably wouldn't have started this blog yet!  I am such an awful blogger, but thanks for continuing to follow me and welcome to all new followers.  I drafted this ages ago and never posted it, a few more photos from the museum.....

The Arikalex Museum has a couple of houses filled with vintage German furniture from the 1930's-1950's.  I've seen a few of these pieces before on German ebay so it was great to see them in house settings - some are larger 1:10 scale I think.





10 comments:

carmen said...

que ambientes más logrados!

Plushpussycat said...

I always enjoy reading your blog, even if there is time between posts. Thanks for sharing these fab pics! I'm celebrating 1 year of blogging with 8 miniature giveaways. Giveaway #7 is some modern-style minis. You must join each of the 8 giveaways separately. Welcome! :-) Jennifer

Norma said...

I'm a bit late visiting but thanks for sharing these photos. And don't worry about how often you blog - your family responsibilities come first - and we just appreciate seeing you pop up when you can :)

city said...

nice posting.. thanks for sharing..

Norma said...

Becky, can you please email me about the shower unit - normabennett@hotmail.com - I'm pretty sure I've got another one still in it's box. I'll take a look tomorrow and send you the manufacturers details if I can find it. I think it's a common brand. I'd also be interested in doing some kind of a swap maybe if you can't locate one for yourself - I'm sure I really don't need two :) I happen to have doubled up because I'd already bought one and then I was given one for a birthday gift.

BLANCHE said...

Hello, Becky! I am a follower already own for a while 'time, but finally, now, I found the time to read it all. I loved it. It 'been a while since your last post, so I hope all is well. I also have two children, one of eight years and one of only six months. The house is a mess. Neither do I have time. But this mini-world is beautiful. I'm carrying on the project of building a dollhouse inspired by reading a novel. I hope to hear from you because your blog is nice.

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Margaret said...

Your trip must have been most inspirational, great photos, especially love the M&R buildings.