I love this wallpaper against that warm white of the trim and fireplace.
I love the photos of Adam Wallacavage's house! Not strictly chinoiserie per se, but I love the overall feeling of it.
I took the shelving and fireplace out of the library and painted everything a dark, glossy brownish black. Ricky cut down an old metal frame to use as a fireplace insert (not pictured here) and I started thinking of fireplaces and grates...
I wanted to give the kitchen a 1930's look, with white wainscot and a cheerful floral paper above. It's time to prime.
Holes got patched and gaps were smoothed over. This is the bathroom. One of Esther's favorite colors is purple, so I made some purple "tiled" wallpaper to put up in here.
Starting to paint the windows a bright glossy white (except for the library).
And I discovered an awesome dollhouse and miniature shop in town called Mini Temptations. It's just chock full of cool stuff and the owner is incredibly friendly and helpful. I found all the trim pieces I needed for baseboards, doors, chair rails, etc. The prices were very reasonable, too. I already had a razor saw, so I was ready for some trimming after the paint and wallpaper were done!