The Victorian era is the best time for a
miniaturist, the cluttered way to decorated their houses gives to a collector the posibility to acquire all sort of mini treasures to create our scenes.
With all these ideas I put myself to work, it
was like being back in my teenage days, I just wanted to be at home working in the kit. I began to buy again the miniatures magazine , English and Spanish versions, and what was my surprise to
see how the market had advanced, the were fairs around the world, websites with blogs of collectors who would share their homes and invite you to share your experiences with them, artisans
selling their products online and what products! and the best, the ability to make friends with people who like me really love the 1 / 12.
The best thing was that living in London I was only a stone's throw from Kensington (KDHF) and Birmingham (Miniature) without naming the smaller fairs, which were held
around (Wendy's World).
Surrounded by all of this, the house went through differents level of standards, same as my ambitions as a collector.
Personally I think a house either in 1 / 1 or in 1 / 12 scale, is never finished to be decorated there's always something to change or to try.
The house that I invite you to visit, praise
or criticism, is obviously unfinished, there is always room for another miniature or a better distribution to do. So far I think it perfectly reflects the Victorian style and my passion for the
Everytime,I use the brass knocker installed outside the house to get in, it takes me
back to 1900, a travel in time that I enjoy and I hope that through this website you will enjoy you too.