Cameron House

Cameron House is a 1/1th Scale Dolls’ House in the style of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The exterior is quite striking, with small windows and large areas of blank wall. I have made some stained glass windows for the house, as this was a forte of Mackintosh and his wife Margaret. The plaques on the walls are made from Fimo, from my own designs inspired by various Mackintosh creations. House For An Art Lover was a particular inspiration.


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Recreate The Look

  • Exterior wall paint Do It All Brilliant White Silk Emulsion (3 coats!)
  • Roofing from Goodies of Coggeshall, fibre-glass embossed grey slates in sheets, and ridge tiles
  • Front door treated with Flat Black enamel paint
  • Front door surround painted with Stone colour Crafters’ Acrylic
  • Stained Glass Windowsin door, hall and bedroom made by me, scanned from photos then printed onto overhead projector film
  • Chimney Pots, letterbox from Jennifer’s of Walsall
  • Trailing Ivy from Dolls House Emporium #3939
  • Garden baseboard made from 6mm MDF
  • Roll of grass from JBL Miniatures
  • Clay paving slabs from Grandad’s Toys
  • Raised garden pond from Dolls House Fair, Alexandra Palace
  • Mackintosh style seat made by me, painted with flat black enamel
  • “Stone” wall made from pine, painted with Crafters’ Acrylic
  • “Iron” railings made from cocktail sticks & stripwood, painted with flat black enamel
  • Misc Garden pots, flowers from DHE, fairs etc
  • “Stone” plaques for walls made from Fimo by me, from designs adapted from various Mackintosh motifs
  • Birds from a fair, can’t remember the maker!
  • Copper Tape Wiring from Dolls House Emporium #7050
  • Wiring Interface block from Goodies
  • 20W Transformer for up to 32 bulbs, from Dolls House Emporium #7245

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