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aka shop selling cat related things
In North America we call them trailer parks or RV parks (recreational vehicle), and some units are permanent housing for residents. Other facilities offer rental units, and parking spaces for mobile homes or RV's (recreational vehicles). In Europe, South Africa and Australia they are called caravan parks.
Miniature salon projects for dollhouses, roomboxes and dioramas
Miniature fairies and other fairy projects for dollhouses, roomboxes and dioramas
Steampunk is a blend of Victorian romance with hard edge technology. Think steam engine, hard-edged,brass, sci-fi and/or fantasy, dark colors, and a touch of humour. Also Jules Vern, Time Machines, Steampower, Corsets, Goggles, top-hats boots with a lot of straps and old watch gears.
Links to miniature projects photo albums, blog posts, webpages Gardens A Bit of Autumn - by Joanne Swanson A Yellow House and its Garden - by Anne Collin Backyard buddies - Hanna's garden scene Backyard Gardens - from Casita Mini Bird's Garden - by Ilton Castle Park - by Minna
Japanese miniature projects for dollhouses, roomboxes and dioramas
The Tudor dynasty reigned in England & Ireland 1485-1603. The most well-known are King Henry VII, King Henry VIII (he is the one with 6 wives) and Queen Elizabeth 1 (see Elizabethan projects).
Arts & Crafts is different than Art Deco and both are different from Art Nouveau. And it takes some time and research to learn the differences! Art Nouveau (1890-1905) features natural forms, lots of curves and curlicues. Think of artwork by Mucha. Architecture by Gaudi of Spain. Furniture by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Miniature market stall projects for dollhouses, roomboxes and dioramas