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Victorian style of miniature dollhouse began in the 1830's when the Rococo style was used in furniture and porcelain design. The Rococo style of the 18th-century is characterized by lightness, delicacy, and elaborate ornamentation. In decoration the style is characterized by arabesques, shells, elaborate curves, and asymmetry. Many Victorian pieces are very decorative and you will also notice this decoration in
architecture around windows and doorways.
Louis XIV style and Chinese-inspired decoration, along with Oriental-style bamboo and lacquer furniture were popular in Victorian style of Miniature Dollhouse. There was also a craze for all things Japanese in the form of vases, fans, and screens.
The Victorian style was extremely eclectic and every room in a Victorian house can be decorated in a different style. This is great for Miniature doll house because many different colorís furniture and decorative items can be put together in a miniature doll house letting you run wild with your creativity.
Next category of Miniature Doll house is Victorian Doll House is probably one of the easiest to create as the style was so eclectic. As long as you stick to pieces that would have been around in this period you can mix as many different styles as you like together and they will look great. Another great thing about choosing this period is that most miniature doll house furniture is actually based on Victorian times so
it will be very easy for you to find pieces to fill your doll house.
There were three main themes in the Georgian period which can be seen in Georgian houses: Greece and Rome, Terraces and Town Houses, Palladianism and Country Houses.
Palladianism was a philosophy of design based on the writings and work of an Italian architect who tried to recreate the style of ancient Roman buildings. Palladian style comprises grace, understanding of decorative elements and the use of order in a design. You can see this in the Georgian doll house; the design is very uniform and symmetrical with straight lines and a lot of structure to the design.
During the Georgian period the rich started to put a lot of money into their homes and a lot of grand country houses appeared. If you want a large dolls house than a grand county Georgian residence like the one below would be perfect.
The image of a Tudor house is one of a white building encased in black timbers. The roof would be covered with thatch, tiles or slate. Inside the homes would have wood paneled walls which were sometimes arranged into decorative patterns? The ceilings would be bare timber or sometimes the rafters would be concealed with plaster.
So you can select from Miniature Doll House in all the range from minishop to decorate in your doll house museum.