Glen Haven was created as an intimate suite of private rooms on two split-levels. This cozy setting includes living room, billiard room, bedroom and bathroom.
Whether relaxing by the fireplace or working at the desk in the living room, playing a game of pool in the billiard room or soaking in the oval bathtub upstairs, these rooms provide a private getaway, a luxurious haven. Behind a short railing, the lofted bedroom overlooks the living area; the two rooms share a double bookcase, which reaches both levels from floor to ceiling. There is a handy closet below the staircase, and each level has one step up to the adjoining room. Mahogany stained doors, precisely mitered crown molding, and baseboards offset lovely ivory carpeting throughout. Coordinated wall coverings and fabrics with soft shades of green, ivory, tan and rose blend perfectly with the furnishings. Green marble accents are found in the stately fireplace and exquisite lamps, and the bathroom presents a lovely blend of ivory and green marble. The back-lighted glass block wall in the bathroom brings a soft glow to the room, and two large skylights provide natural light to the upstairs rooms by day, as well as another view of the rooms from above. The rooms have an executive flair, with warmth and strength to share or enjoy in solitude, a safe haven from the world.
Constructed of solid pine, birch plywood, basswood, fabric, paper, acrylic, and paint. Bespaq brand and other fine furnishings are optionally available.
Dimensions: 23" wide, 17" deep, 19" high; 1:12 scale. Front accessible via hinged frame. Sold.
Glen Haven was featured in the July 2007 issue of American Miniaturist magazine.
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