Saturday, November 26, 2011

Part Three: Dream Doll Room Finale!

So sorry I didn't get to this post on Friday as was promised in my last post. Hopefully, you'll be so blown away with the final scenes of this grandiose room that you'll forgive me. ;)
But before I get into the pictures, Ms. Leo mentioned something in one of her comments that sparked an idea. For all who read this, send me any and all questions you may have about Julie's doll room. I will gather everyone's requests and try to interview her in the next few weeks. Then I will post the interview here in my blog. If you want to e-mail me your questions for Julie instead, please send them to And this should go without saying, but I will say it anyway, please keep your questions clean and doll related. :)  Thanks again for all the wonderful comments and your patience with my snail slow replies!! 

Now, onto the good stuff. ;)

We will begin the last segment with the far right wall of the doll room.
This area is where the dolls would live. It's full of dioramas reflecting home life and family. 
You are in for a treat, as these shelves stretch the length of this wall. I will work my way from top to bottom. :)

 The patio/garden area...
(located on top of the shelves from left to right)
The attention to detail in these scenes is once again, flawless. 
I always love outdoor doll dioramas because to me they are harder to master.
Look at the leaves! :)
 I love the kids in the wheelbarrow.  Cute! 

 The Kitchen
(Located on the first shelf to the far left)
 The table and chairs are so perfect!
 I love the rack behind the stove and the island!
Awww! Kittens! :)

 Next stop, The Nursery...
(located to the right of the kitchen in the second shelf)

There are no words for the immense amount of cute pictured here. :)

The Boys Bedroom...
(Located to the right of the nursery)

Look at the bunk beds!
Look at these lil' guys! :) So many neat toys to choose from.

The Living Room...
(Located on the far left on the second shelf down)

I love her little paintings through out  all of her dioramas.
I think the T.V. in this room use to be a small digital alarm clock. 
Cool idea isn't it? :)

The Bathroom...
(Located to the right of the living room)

I love her sink area and the little tiled floor! 

The Girls Bedroom...
(Located to the right of the bathroom)

Look at the little play kitchen set!!
 Is that a mini hungry hungry hippo game?!
 The shelves filled with toy goodness are everywhere! :)

Office/Laundry room...
(This is located on the bottom shelf to the far left. Both are within the same area,
and separated with a little divide)

Love the corner desk!!!
The Garage...
(Located to the right of the laundry room)

*Faints*  ;)

And the Final Room is The Adult Bedroom...
(Located on the bottom shelf to the right of the garage)

The headboard of the bed is a jewelry box lid....genius! :)
  I adore the rocking chair.

So, that concludes the tour of Julie's Doll Room. 
I'm sad to see it end, but you will see some of your favorite character's from Doll Drama in her doll room early next year. :) I still can't believe it! So much to look forward to. 

I posted replies to everyone's comments and am caught up...finally! lol

Forgive any glaring grammatical errors as I am running on no sleep. I hope everyone had a spectacular holiday!! 

Dolly hugs to all! (^_^)
-Cat of A Doll Affinity


  1. Is it weird that I cried when it was over? Cat, thanks again SOOOOOOO much for posting all of this. I did have one technical issue -- the pic of the cubicle office doesn't seem to be in the photostream. I clicked on it to see the larger version and nothing happened. Is that something you can fix? Thanks!!!! And I have many questions for Julie but will try to narrow it down to a few.

  2. Laura- Not weird at all, I cried when I finally got my vintage barbie dream house as an adult. :) You are SOOOOO welcome! I fixed the picture issue, thank you very much for bringing that to my attention. I look forward to hearing all of your questions. Thanks again for the helpful and heartfelt comment!

  3. So much goodness there. So hard to take it all in. It really was amazing to experience. I look forward to seeing the interview.

    Sadly your blog is still not showing in my bloglist. I don't know what is going on. I may be 3 of your followers, because I've clicked that follow button at least 3 times. I will try to remember to check everyday or so to see what is new.

  4. Vanessa -- that kept happening to me as well, so I went into the blogspot help section and learned that the problem can stem from having other tabs open. It's weird. Finally I started from scratch with a new browser open and no other tabs, and then it worked. Occasionally my blogs will disappear again and it will say I don't follow any, but if I start over again fresh they show up.

  5. Hello from Spain: Thanks for bringing us more pictures from the extensive collection of Julie. For me the outdoor dioramas are also the most difficult to make. I think the original super garage. I look forward to the interview. We remain in contact blog blog

  6. Vanessa- I find it all very overwhelming as well! I hope Laura's advice on the blog situation helps! Thank you Laura!

    Marta- Thank you for viewing them and e-mailing me some questions for Julie. :) I loved the garage too!

  7. My mind is spinning with all the ideas! Thank you for posting this!

  8. Ms. Leo- I know!! Sometimes I have to stop myself from getting lost in all of it! :) Thank you for commenting!!