I can't resist the Princess. I blogged about my collection a few years ago here.
But recently I joined this Facebook Group I love 1964 Ideal Petite Princess/ Princess Patti Dollhouse Furniture! and looking through the pictures made me want to play with my collection. I pulled everything out of storage today and spent the afternoon setting it all up.
First is my version of a music room.
I have every item that was sold before they changed the name to Princess Patti, and I have many duplicates. Some pieces are pristine, right-out-of- the-box, and some have been played with.
I created a dining room with the second yellow room box. This one is more worn and the outside has yellowed with age compared to the Music room box.
I added a couple of hard plastic dolls dressed for the French court. They don't really match the room, but they are cute, as well as being a tribute to my recent trip to Paris.
But before I tried the yellow room I had the living room in the blue box.
I think it looks better in the blue room. What do you think?
Here is the living room box that came with Ideal's Tiny Plastic Furniture.
I think Petite Princess looks fantastic in this room.
I don't have any Petite Princess or Princess Patti kitchen furniture, so I used my second set of dining room furniture.
I thought it would look terrible in the rustic kitchen setting, but I quite like it. The colours of the room graphics complement the furniture.
You can learn more about this wonderful furniture here:
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