Karen’s No.77 Restoration

This Triang No.77 belongs to Karen Lyons, a lot of hard work has gone into the restoration of this house. She kindly sent me pictures of her progress. This picture shows the house with the back removed, your can see how bad the roof is. Many of the Triang house’s have roofs that are made…

Triang Shop No.1

This lovely Triang No.1 shop has just been sold on Ebay [2 October 2017].  I did bid, but unfortunately I was very unlucky and did not win. This Shop was produced during the years 1932 and 1935, it measures 19.5″ x 18″ x 11″.  I like the blind effect above the shop, and the shutters…

Triang Nursery

This is my first piece of Triang Nursery Furniture.  A lovely little playpen, you could say it comes in kit form as it has to be put it together. I did manage to put it back into the box, with room to spare.  Many of the boxes are a very tight fit, a wonder they…

Princess Entrance Hall

The entrance hall in this house has been the most frustrating room I have ever done. As I wanted to keep the orininal staircase, I covered each step with lolly stick planks.  Using double side tape, so as not to damage the stairs underneath.  As you can see the height of each step is uneven….

Disassembling and Rebuilding a Triang Stockbroker

I have just bought another Triang Stockbroker, even though I don’t have any more room for a big house.  Once I see a Triang House, it like seeing a puppy that needs a new home.  So I thought I would buy it for spares.  It was sold to me as needing a little restoration, as…