Music: The Beatles- 8Days a Week
Do you like the background color of this page? I certainly don't. I did, however, like the colors orange and dark green and purple a lot back in the late 60s and 70s. You saw these colors in practically every household here in The Netherlands. Even the pots and pans often were in orange/white.
It was in 1978 when I got this Lundby house.It is originally from Sweden. First the 2 story building and later the part underneath, with the large basement. The red doors lead to the stables, where there is room for 2 horses.
I put a car and 1 horse in there.
The house has lighting with the typical lamps of those years.
Most people had about the same wall unit in their living room:a large BROWN one filled with lots of books and a space for wine glasses behind glass windows. The kitchen- cupboards often had orange doors and even the fridge was in an orange or dark green color. My dollhouse fridge was orange/red.
I will add more pictures about this Lundby house within the next weeks. Separate pictures will be on this page of: the furniture,lamps and other items that belong to the Lundby house.
These pictures were taken in 1978 and I didn't have a great camera at that time, so the quality of the pictures is a bit poor. Still, I hope you will enjoy them!
* Brian Meade Agencies: backgrounds plus furniture and accessories
* Tania's Lundby House
* Nancy's Dollhouses and Miniatures
* Wilhelmien's Lundby House
#1)Master Bedroom: (top left on main photo) with blue tiffany lamp. Even the balcony has a great brown/beige flooring.
20 years later:MORE pictures!
empty, ready for the new inhabitants!
right side of the Lundby house with the back door
the garage doors
the stable /garage even has a (red) back door
the room left from the stable/garage was used as a laundry room
even the horse is an original "Lundby"
before you go downstairs don't forget to switch on the light at your right, as this house has a real powerswitch there!
master bedroom (top left) with doors leading to the balcony/terrace
next page (2 more of my Lundby pages!)
roomboxes I made