My Triang Restoration

Restoration – Below are links to the various Triang Dolls Houses I have restored with a few little tips and lots of pictures. Many of these dolls houses are well past there play by date, some just looking for a lick of paint and a freshen up, others had problems with wood worm and water…

Triang Spot On Jenny’s Home Furniture List

Here for the first time, to delight the eye of every doll, is a wonderfully exciting range of Doll’s House Furniture.  Every delightful item is modelled on a full sized piece of modern furniture and is absolutely true to scale, being 1/16th of the full sized original.  Beautifully moulded in strong, long life plastic in…

My Lundby Collection 2004

On a visit to a local car boot sale a few years ago, I spotted a Lundby Dolls house. It was on a garden base complete with fence and covered with a plastic case. Unfortunately the plastic case was broken and a snail had moved in, and moved out leaving his shell behind, eating the…

AB Barton Toys Carolines Home

A Barton & Co. began making dolls house furniture just after the Second World War in 1945, providing employment for demobbed British soldiers. They began making dolls house furniture under the ‘Model Home’ logo, mass producing dolls house furniture. Barton used the name “Caroline’s Home” as a trade mark from about 1976. They produced sets…

Triang Wooden Bedroom Furniture

This is part of the Triang  Wooden WDB/1 Double Bedroom Set [5 pieces], consisting of a double bed with a headboard and side cabinets. A three door wardrobe, chest of drawers and dressing table with a stool.  It was produced for one year only, in 1963. I have 3 pieces of the set, although not…

Triang Bungalow A

Well look who was the lucky one to get this lovely Triang Bungalow [1962-65] for Christmas [2017].  It arrived flat packed, and fits together in sections with nuts and bolts.  Each panel is covered in a decorated paper inside and out. The height of the bungalow from the base to the top of the chimney…