Saturday, May 26, 2018

Skylight led “gas jets” lighting

I decided to mask the leds to represent gas jets they used in Victorian times to light large spaces and use for updrafts for air flow.  I used plastic trim pieces I had that have lots of openings and let light threw so it hides the leds and the wiring but let’s a worm glow threw. only the 2 long sides are lit 30 leds in each side. The skylight is just taped together for now but I wanted to see what it’s going to look like please see pictures below for details.

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Skylight progress

I have been working on the skylight section and have all the parts ready to start building it I have taken some pictures of the what I have completed.  

Friday, May 18, 2018

More pictures of my first house

This was a dry run of furniture the windows were not installed yet when these were taken I quickly filled this one up so decided to sell it because it was way too small and my collection was still growing and my taste has changed.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

My first Miniature house

This is the first Miniature house I made it’s a kit the beacon hill I sold it on eBay to finance my new house but here are some pictures  it was brick paper on the outside and had real wood flooring, crown moldings and lots of extra details 

Living room

Dining room 








Ceiling, skylight and floor

Planned out the ceiling detail and the skylight windows came in so I laid out my plan for that.  the flooring will be gray and white like the wallpaper I even found gray stained glass windows for the skylight so everything will match.   The skylight is huge and will be built like a box so light can come threw the sides as well as the top but I’m also putting in 60 led lights because this is the only light for the 3 levels except for a few hidden lights to light the stairs I may eventually add some sconces if I need more light.
First floor ceiling 

Second floor ceiling 

Third floor ceiling, the cutout is for the skylight 



Friday, May 11, 2018

Section 7

This section will contain the grand staircases to the upper levels of the house and also the front entrance the granite stairs will be 6” wide with wedding cake columns as the banisters and fancy railings and tapestries on the walls I have started laying out my ideas but have not started building it yet still painting elements before I can assemble it but here is a sneak peak.  This section is 18” wide 32” deep and 40” high and 43” high with the skylight.