Wednesday, April 29, 2009
I love vintage dollhouses and this one showcases vintagelicious interiors! The dolls featured in the photos are Japanese Blythe dolls produced in the 1970's and are still sought after collector's items today.
Sadly, I didn't hold on to any of my dollhouses from my childhood, but I remember sitting on the floor for hours playing with my dolls, doing their hair and rearranging their dollhouse furniture many times over. My niece, Cali, is now of the age where she loves to play with dolls (her favorites are Barbie and the Bratz dolls) and dollhouses. I must tell her to keep at least one or two of her dollhouses so that one day as a young woman she can pull them out and recapture the joy of her youth.
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
These classic dolls created by french doll company, Corolle, are adorable!! They have little holes for mouths and they can suck their thumbs, and they have the cutest little outie belly buttons! Don't they remind you of Cupie dolls?
The vintage furnishings in the above photos are fabulous! I particularly love the credenza showcased in the first and fourth photos.
Fun and whimsical vintage embroidered hand towels making the task of washing and drying dishes fun!!
I found these inspiring photos as I was on my continuing search for all things vintage and wanted to share them with my viewers....