Over a year and a half ago thanks to Brae from Otterine's Miniatures, I was able to purchase the Citadel Dollhouse kit. It's a modern dollhouse from Lolly's near Chicago. You can read more about it here and here. It was discontinued some time ago. I put it together a little over a year ago and it sat for a long time. I finally did some work on it!
The front is nearly finished. I just need to install one more window, paint it and trim around the windows.
It he largest room, I did the same flooring as I did in the Butterfly House on the bottom floor and bamboo on the loft floor. I added a plexiglass railing and aluminum trim which is held on with little socket head screws. I also installed the trim (metal eyelets) for the LED pot lights that I will be putting in.
I made the tall wall a feature wall by adding beech wood panels with brushed aluminum in between to pick up on the aluminum trim on the railing. I also used the beech for the trim around the windows and base boards.
I did something that I don't usually do even in real life and that is I painted the walls white. Last weekend I went to a fabulous mid-century home tour and was inspired by the light walls and medium to light wood trim in several houses of the houses. This house will have a classic modern vibe with mid-century influence.
I did the bamboo flooring at an angle in the loft and left the door and trim raw wood. This door is not glued in yet because I still need to make a more modern door handle.