The scale is 1 inch to 1 foot, so that the 19-foot length of a room is built in miniature, using materials identical to the originals, in 19 inches. HERE is a link to all 69 rooms.
I have chosen a Georgian drawing room, and am using one photo taken by Margaret (looking toward the left of the room) and another from the above link, showing the fireplace and pianoforte again, but also the righthand wall with the bow window and window seat, and the curio shelf above the small table.
A Proper Sense of Place
Georgian rooms are sparse and spare
but elegant withal,
a tea set waits beside a chair
in case someone should call.
No Victorian fussiness here
nor Tudor suits of armor.
Ming vases, though, are very dear,
and the pianoforte’s a charmer.
An Imaginary Garden with Real Toads