Decorating An Extraordinary House
We were thrilled to do the fall decorations at Nybelwyck Hall, the extraordinary 26 room mini mansion on permanent view at The Hudson River Museum in Yonkers, New York.
We adorned the front entrance with one large wreath above the door and surrounded it with a garland of fall leaves in golden shades of red, yellow and bright orange. Smaller wreaths created by Tina L. Paris accent the coach lamps.
A wooden sign with a welcome message by Erika Pitera (the Petite Provision Company) hangs on the front door to greet guests.
May Burnett (Custom Fairy Wings) created the lighted jack-o-lantern to complete the front entrance decor.
Pumpkins, potted corn stalks and bowls of trick-or-treat candy by Carol Ellingson (My Tiny Nest Miniatures) complete a Halloween Night celebration.
We placed a number of fun and spooky miniatures to set the scene for the Halloween Night celebration including skulls by L. Delaney.
Deb Mackie (White Horse Studios) made the Ouija Board placed in the (reportedly) haunted third floor attic.
A vintage Black Cat Playing Card set by Juli Steel (Twisted Copper Forest) was placed atop a console in the the master bedroom on the second floor.
Books created by L. Delaney have been placed throughout the dollhouse.
Assortment of tiny magical treasures including a spell book, magic wand and candle by Amanda Kelly (Panda Miniatures) have been placed throughout the second floor bedrooms. A tiny mouse by Wendy Smale sneaks about.
An awesome pumpkin centerpiece by Tina L. Paris takes center stage on the dining room table on the first floor.
We had a blast decorating this house for the Fall and extend a big thanks to the talented miniaturists who contributed their wonderful work!
If you can, please see this extraordinary dollhouse, created by Mark O'Banks, at The Hudson River Museum in Yonkers, New York.
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D. Thomas Miniatures is a retail and gallery destination featuring top quality collectibles including 1/12th scale structure, furniture and accessories. The concept, designed to appeal to collectors, crafters and enthusiasts was created, in part, to raise awareness of miniatures as a decorative art form and to introduce the discipline not only to a new generation but to those who may just be discovering it! The gallery space showcases work in miniature by well-known artists from all over the world.