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Lisa lives here 4. Last post.

Top left. Lisa's pattern "Dollhouse at night". Down right, the bathroom
cabinet with one section decorated as a dollhouse bathroom.

Lisa and her passion for dollhouses it's a whole chapter of it's own.
I´ll have to do another set of post's on that further on.


Do you rember this amazing dollhouse site, Puppenhausmuseum.


Antique designer bath gallery.








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31 comments:

sandra said...

det är så kul att se dina hemma-hos-reportage!

Kaylovesvintage said...

I have to bring my doll house next time I go home

moetjatja said...

I enjoyed this post, such a great home!

nath said...

you have such stylish and interesting friends! i have really enjoyed this nose about at Lisa's

Louise said...

oooh cant wait to see the dollshouse!

Louise said...

It must be very stylish, going by her lovely home

wsake said...

such a great home, such great fabrics and stuff, such great photos!

riotyarn said...

Vad snyggt med ett minibadrum. Jag gillar finurliga detaljer.

sara said...

var kommer björkstamstyget ifrån?

Fine Little Day said...

Sara, Lisa fick det i bröllopspresent för många år sen. Tror att hon sa att givaren köpt det "någonstans i Haga".

Anna Emilia said...

What a nice series. You should be hired for a house-style-investigator with a camera around your neck.

Warm greetings over the sea.

MUS said...

:-)) to the last photo.

at swim-two-birds said...

can't wait to see more dollhouse pics from Lisa's place; since i'm part of the blogworld, i've become a real dollhousemaniac, also thanks to you Elisabeth :)

Natalie Jean said...

what a beautiful home so full of treasures I am looking forward to future posts on Lisa and her own web site!
Thank you Elisabeth!

wood & wool stool said...

Wow what a wonderful home! Love everything about it.
Salut,
Ingrid

Zita said...

Hello

Tank you four your visit on my blog.

Kisses from Portugal
Zita

http://acasinhadaaldeia.blogspot.com

Maureen said...

Lisa, you live wonderfull!!!
LOVE it all!

X Maureen

Fernando said...

Love your blog.
Very Swedish and minimal but inspiring.



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denitsa said...

Thank you to both of you for sharing this peaceful happy home.
I look forward to the doll house chapter! :)

Celine said...

I really really like her birch tree curtains! I want to find them and have them in my home.

e said...

sa himla smart o fint med dockskåphyllan. . . !!

sew nancy said...

I love the Lisa series. Her house is full of happiness with childhood imagination.
I too have a thing for dollhouses.

ieva jansone said...

hello elisabeth! only now i realise HOW LONG i haven't been here!! now catching up with all your wonderful posts.. really, i'm BATHING in your photos, and little stories.. it's so soothing and inspiring ahh..

great real-home stories,thank you for showing!
and - oh yes, i love it too - "to sneak around in other poeple's homes" with a camera/or without it in hands!

here the curtains are funny, and the dollshouse bathroom is just genius! it wouldn't be as genius if it was in a dollshouse; the point is that it is in a shelf! great :)

Linda said...

Wow för minibadrummet.

jokemijn said...

ah! the little bathroom is so sweet! you make beautiful pictures.

Jennifer said...

i love the how your posting all these little peeks into peoples home, this house is pure loveliness, i want a tiny bathroom in my bathroom cabinet now!

Kylie said...

I love dolls houses... I still have the one my father made for me when I was little :)
Love - I mean really love - that tree curtain!
Kylie x

Duermevela said...

lisa's pattern is just amazing!

Inka said...

Such a beautiful home, and I just love your pictures! Thanks so much for sharing this wonderful place :)

seesaw said...

awe. so pretty - very inspiring.

Jenea said...

We- all, will be waiting, when you will put Lisa's web-site!!!