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Happy St. Patrick’s Day week! Are you getting in the festive green spirit?!
I put together this cute little leprechaun-sized dining room just in time for the holiday:
What is it about everything miniature that is just so cute?! I want it all!
If you saw the miniature Christmas living room I did a few months ago, this room box may look a bit familiar. I swapped out some furniture to convert it to a dining room but kept that awesome accent wallpaper (scrapbook paper), because I just love it.
Decorating these dollhouse-sized rooms is so fun because it lets you try out some design choices before fully committing – like that awesome wallpaper wall or blue dining chairs.
There are so many pretty scrapbook paper patterns to pick from. Just in case you needed another excuse for stocking up on scrapbook paper! And burlap makes a perfect little rug.
For some festive St. Pat’s touches, I added the banner, that pot of coins, the shamrock mugs (how cute are those?!), shamrock cake and St. Patrick’s Day signs. (Double-sided tape works wonders! Way more fun then hanging up real-sized decor.)
I love it all and wish it also came in life-sized versions so we could add it to our St. Patrick’s Day decor stash (like we really need more!).
If you’re looking to get your dollhouse or mini room in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit, Miniatures.com has a St. Patrick’s Day sale (20% off your entire order!) running March 15-20, 2018. With code GREENDECOR20, you can get early access to the sale today and tomorrow, March 13-14, 2018, too!
I browsed Miniature.com’s site for a few more everyday decorative pieces to add, too, like these pretty candlesticks (they come with the candles) …
… the green vase, potted succulent, clock …
… and pitcher and glasses.
I had gotten those cookies for Santa around Christmas but kept them out because can you ever have enough dessert? Nope. (If only those were life-sized and real!)
And can we talk about that little dog?! Isn’t she adorable? She reminded me of a mini Oakley so I had to get her.
The big picture window came as plain wood so I gave it a little coat of spray paint. (I list all of the paint colors I used in this room below if you’re curious.)
The table and chairs came all white.
I gave the chairs a blue makeover, I’m loving the blue chair look lately as you might remember from our search for chairs for our dining room makeover (that I promise we’re slowly but surely finishing over here).
The fireplace and side table got coats of paint back around Christmas to lighten them up a bit.
Are you into the dollhouse/miniature decorating craze? It’s addicting once you start! The little accessories are just too cute. I can only imagine the fun you could have with a dollhouse full of empty rooms!
If you have kids, you could even have the leprechauns come visit and mess up the room or dollhouse a bit on St. Patrick’s Day!
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Pieces used for the miniature St. Patrick’s Day dining room:
- Corner room box (painted with Vanilla Frosting by Country Chic Paint)
- Green and white scrapbook paper (accent wall)
- Gray scrapbook paper (floor)
- Green burlap (rug)
- Dining table + chairs (chairs painted with Icicle by Country Chic Paint)
- Shamrock cake (they have a shamrock cheesecake, too, if that’s more your taste!)
- Pitcher + glasses
- Fireplace (painted with Vanilla Frosting)
- Black pot and coins
- Candlesticks + candles
- Dog (miniature pinscher)
- Window (painted with Rust-Oleum’s Warm Caramel)
- St. Patrick’s Day banner
- Side table butler tray (painted with Driftwood by Country Chic Paint)
- Shamrock mugs
- Green vase
- St. Patrick’s Day signs
Remember Miniatures.com has a St. Patrick’s Day sale (20% off your entire order – they have soooo many cute pieces!) running from March 15-20, 2018. With code GREENDECOR20, you can get early access to the sale today and tomorrow, March 13-14, 2018.
If you want more St. Patrick’s Day fun, you can see all sorts of festive decorating and DIY project ideas here.
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