I have built several Xacto House of Miniatures kits. That's basically what I did all winter. I had several from a previous doll house passion - about 25 - 30 years ago. I had been moving the box of kits around with me for decades and decided it was finally time to build them. Once I started was hooked.
After that I got on eBay and bought all the kits I could get. I am busy building the Realife Victorian bedroom right now. I am very pleased with the way the Eastlake set is turning out.
But I had never heard of Mini Mundus kits. A quick google search tells me that they are from Germany. The kits offered look very much like the Xacto House of Miniatures kits. Identical, it seems to me.
I was excited to get home and start the kit. And pleased to see that even the little findings were there. I was afraid they might have been lost before the kit got to the thrift store.
Building the wardrobe went well. The kit was well designed and everything fit into place and looked good...
... Until I got to the drawers. They don't fit. The drawer bottoms are too big for the space. Did I screw up? Should I have foregone that second glass of wine? Did I glue the real drawer bottoms into the wrong place? No, the wardrobe looks perfect so far. Nothing seems to fit wrong.
By this point it was eleven o'clock and past my bedtime. I decided that discretion was the better part of valour and put the drawer pieces back into the box. I will re-visit the drawer bottoms on a wineless day when I have my wits about me and my reading glasses on. Soon, I will have pictures of the finished wardrobe for you. (I hope.)