The Houses

The Maces Mouse Family: 
Applewood Cottage (Go here for the full blog post)

Full view

Ground floor - full view

Ground floor - left hand view

Ground floor - right hand view

Top floor - full view

Top floor - left hand view

To floor - right hand view


The Fielding Mouse Family:
Sycamore Cottage (Go here for the full blog post)
Full view

Ground floor full view

Ground floor Kitchen 1

Ground floor Kitchen 2

Ground floor Parent's room

Top floor full view

Top floor Children's room

Top floor Bathroom

The Mulberry Raccoon Family
Log Cabin (Go here for the full blog post)

Full view

Kitchen area (with the children's beds/hammocks above)

Living room area (the couch doubles as the parent's "sleeper couch")


Attic room

Outside area (with bath/shower and toilets)

The Buttercup Cow Family
Highfields Farmhouse (Go here for the full blog post)

Full View

Ground floor

Living Room 1

Living Room 2

Kitchen

Parent's Room

Bathroom

Children's Room 1

Children's Room 2

Nursery

The Chocolate Rabbit Family
Daisy Cottage (go here for the full blog post)

Full view

Ground floor 1

Ground floor 2

Top floor 1

Top floor 2

Enjoying their house

The Henry-Lloyd Dalmatian Family:
Cedar Terrace 1 (Go here for the full blog post)


Full view

Ground floor

Kitchen

Dining room

Middle floor

Parent's room

Kid's room

Attic 

Patches Family room

Bathroom

The Whiskers Cat Family:
Meadowcroft Cottage 1 (go here for the full blog post)

Full View

Kitchen 1

Kitchen 2

Living room 1

Living room 2

Parent"s room with baby crib

Bathroom

Children's room

The Trunk Elephant Family 
Beechwood Hall (go here for the full blog post)

Full view of the house with the family

Full view of only the house

Study 

Parent's room and bathroom

View of parent's room

Bathroom

Children's room

Kitchen

Living room

STABLE AREA - HIGHFIELDS FARM

The Bearbury Bear Family
Stable (go here for the full blog post)

The Bearbury Family - Proud owners of a Stable on Highfields Farm

Full view of the cosy little Stable

Kitchen & Living Room

Children's attic room

Stable and surrounding area

The Meadows Mouse Family
Stable (go here for the full blog post)

Full view of the cosy stable with the family hard at work

Living room 

Kitchenette

Useful shelf

Full view of the stable

The Renard Fox Family
Bramble Cottage (go here for the blog post)

Full view

Ground Floor

Ground Floor: Kitchen


Ground Floor: Living area

Top Floor

Top Floor: Parent's side

Top Floor: Children's side

Happy Living

The Corntop Rabbit Family
Orchard Cottage (go here for the full blog post)

Front view of Cottage and Shop

First Floor: Kitchen and Living Room

First Floor: Kitchen and Living Room

First Floor: Kitchen and Living Room

First Floor: Dining Room

Top Floor: Bedroom and Bathroom

Top Floor: Parent's Room and Bathroom

Top Floor: Children's Room


Happy Living


Cottage and Shop

Cottage and Shop

The Periwinkle Rabbit Family
Cedar Terrace 2 (Go here for the full blog post)

Full view

Bottom Floor: Kitchen and Living room

Kitchen

Living Room

Middle Floor: Children's Room

Children's Room: Left hand side

Children's Room: Right hand side

Attic Floor: Parent's Room and Bathroom

Parent's Room

Bathroom

The Periwinkles enjoying their newly decorated house

Mom most of all her kitchen

Full view of completed house


The Bouquet Skunk Family:
Forest Family House (Go here for the full blog post)
Full view

Ground Floor 1

Ground Floor 2

Ground Floor 3

Children's room 1

Children's room 2

Children's room 3

Parents' room

Happy Living

CC LANE 

The Patches Dog Family
Stable (go here for the full blog post)

Full view of the cottage

The Kitchen

The bedroom

Family at home

The Petite Bear Family
Stable (go here for the full blog post)

Kitchen

Bedroom

Full view of cottage

The Buttermilk Rabbit Family
Stable (go here for the full blog post)

Kitchen

Bedroom

Full view of cottage

The Commune Currently: 
Hazelnut Dormouse Family, Timbertop Bear Family, Thistlethorn Mouse Family, Keats Cat Family, Farthing Dog Family, Bercher Dog Family, PC Bobby Roberts, Fisher Cat Family, Hunter-Smyth Family, Simpkins Cat Family & Brighteyes Rabbit Family

The Commune resembles a block of flats, except that families share a bathroom and the kitchen. Residents take turns to cook meals, and clean the kitchen and bathroom. The purpose of The Commune is to serve as a "halfway house" for families waiting for a house. Although Sydney and Mona Hazelnut is enjoying being the caretakers of The Commune so much that they have decided to make it their permanent residence.

The ground floor houses the Farthings, Hunter-Smyths, Fishers and PC Bobby Roberts.

The Farthings

The Hunter-Smyths

PC Bobby Roberts

The Fishers

The First floor has the kitchen on it,  as well as the rooms of the Hazelnuts and Keats

The Keats

The Kitchen

The Hazelnuts

The second floor with the Thistlethorn

The Thistlethorns

The Bathroom

The Timbertops

The Berchers

The Attic where the Simpkins and Brighteyes share a small loft.


(Go here for the full blog post)
The Trunk Elephant Family
Cedar Terrace 1
My very first attempt at decorating was Cedar Terrace for the the Trunk Elephant family. Since then, they have moved out and into Beechwood Hall and the Henry-Lloyd Dalmatian family moved into a refurbished Cedar Terrace 1

Ground floor

Middle floor

Top floor

MORE TO FOLLOW SOON... keep posted!



14 comments:

  1. Love this addition to this site:)

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  2. Lovely little house and looks beautiful inside!

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  3. Hey,

    you're having wonderful decorated houses- your villagers must be very happy :-). Becaue I've just discovered your block, I'm going to explore ist now :D.

    Many greetings,
    Kyra

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    1. Thank you very much, and thank you for following me, I love new followers! Browse to your hears desire, and feel free to check in regularly!

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  4. Having a good nose around now - wow , I've sold lots of these houses without ever really thinking about how they'd be used / filled . You've done an amazing job with so much attention to detail . I love that you've even converted the stable :) if only I had the time I'd love to have a go one day x

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    1. Glad that you are having a look around. Feel free to do that. Glad you like my work, but I got my ideas from many places so it is not entirely original.

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    2. mariana van aswegen @ gmail . com (no spaces obviously)

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  5. wow! i have alot of houses, but i havent even really thought about adding carpets and wallpapers to most of them. You have done an amazing job and it is so nice to look around and see what you have done.
    Lots of love, emily xxx

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    1. Thank you Emily. Im sure you will do a fantastic job on your houses!

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  6. Fantastic that the Commune has found a solid place, l always love visiting this page:)

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