Read about colour theory as it relates to the mini world of doll’s houses

In this month’s free Artisans in Miniature online magazine, I have written an article  on the theory of colour as it relates to interiors. Starting with the Tudor period, the article deals with paint colours, fabric choices and accents from then on, right up to the 1930s. Find out what was the Georgians’ favourite shade to paint their rooms, and why the Victorians went for such deep colours.

The cover of this month's AIM magazine - 122 pages for free!

This month, I have an advert in the back pages, with an offer code to be used on my website which entitles you to 10% off anything at all from my range of miniature needlepoint kits and charts, so go and search for the advert, then go to my website at www.janetgranger.co.uk to choose something tempting to keep you busy for a while 🙂

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