Did you notice the M before?
Inside I've put a pink lining in contrast with the turquoise colour beneath the white paint.
It will get a place in my conservatory.
Left, right, I'm not sure yet.
It took 4 layers of white to cover the turquoise, and when it was fully covered, I sanded it again, showing the turquoise and bare wood, to give it a used look. It still feels silly to 'damage' a neatly painted piece, but I do like the effect, giving a dolls house the feel like it's being lived in, a home, instead of a show piece.
Hope you had a nice weekend full miniatures to enjoy as well.