Saturday, June 14, 2014

Afternoon treats

Ruth brought me a present for letting her be my first guest at Margell:
Miniature holiday house showing a sitting area in the background and a large apple container on top of a piano in the foreground.
We agreed it was a perfect house warming present for a former school.
Miniature holiday house showing a sitting area in the background and a large apple container on top of a piano in the foreground, with a gift bag on the floor below it.
 A few more things have been added to the decor this weekend. I got the pear poster from Superdooper Studio last week and Ruth brought the director's chair with her when I mentioned she'd have to either sit on the teacher's chair or a classroom chair.
Miniature holiday house showing a sitting area with a 1950s-style lounge chair and directors chair . Between them is a piano stool set with two flans on plates and two cups of tea on top.
 So now there's somewhere for us both to sit while we eat delicious cakes for afternoon tea.
Aerial view of a miniature holiday house scene showing a sitting area with a 1950s-style lounge chair and directors chair . Between them is a piano stool set with two flans on plates and two cups of tea on top.
 I got two posters from Superdooper Studios,as I couldn't decide between them. The second one went up in the sleeping area.
Miniature holiday house scene showing two mattresses on the floor, made up with sheets, pillows and doonas. Next to each is a wooden box on end with reading material on them.
It's all looking much more comfortable, isn't it?

4 comments :

Susan@minicrochetmad said...

Wah!! After the week I've just put in I could do with a couple of days girl time in this peaceful retreat!

Mini Dork said...

It look so cozy. I love the make-over. :)

The Shopping Sherpa said...

Mini Dork: it's not finished yet: I still have a long list of things I'd like to get as funds permit. Something to stop me sleeping on the floor, for instance (I need to decide if I'm willing to give up a double bed for the ability to have a multi-tasking day bed set up first). A table. And a bench that's higher than kid's desk height. Slowly and surely, I'll get there.

(And Susan: feel free to come for the weekend!)

Petra Moser said...

How cute! I love miniature stuff