I didn't decorate my roombox to fit a Christmas theme, since I am not 'into' Christmas. However, this project looked fun, so I decided to turn it into a 'no season' room. Instead of a Christmas tree, I put a piano on the raised platform. I also decided to make this project a bit more challenging, by making a mirror image of the room.
|This is the roombox, viewed from the front. I still have not added lights yet. I made the ceiling removeable, so it should be fairly easy to add the lights, when I am motivated.||This is the right side of the room, with the platform, palladian windows, and piano. The railings are some N-scale parts.|
|For this photograph, the ceiling was removed. Getting light into such a small room can be difficult! The true colors of this room are something between the colors in this photograph and the previous photograph.||This is the left side of the room, with the dining area in the back, and a fireplace and seating arrangement in the foreground.|
|This is a view from the top, with the ceiling removed.||This is the best picture I have of the dining room. Note the china cabinets flanking the fireplace in the dining room.|
I showed this roombox to Brooke, and she seemed delighted by it. :-)
Thanks to Anita, for introducing me to this project and to the Micro Minis group, and for providing a lot of the 'parts'! Also, special thanks to Anita for photographing my roombox for me. (The fingers in the photographs belong to Anita's artistic hands!)