Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Have you heard about the little.linzi project?

Corner of a modern dolls' house miniature kitchen, in pale colours.
 As you know, I joined instagram a couple of months ago. and soon after discovered the feature which shows you other photos you might like based on your behaviour on the site.

This was how I discovered the account little.linzi, created by fellow Aussie Linzi Macdonald, who renovates dolls' houses in the most delicious spare and up-to-date way (and also has an online shop, which so far only stocks lovely miniature teepees, but hopefully will expand with some of her other pieces soon *hint hint*).
Corner of a modern dolls' house miniature kitchen, in pale colours, with pops of yellow and industrial style features.
On Tuesday her work was featured on the West Elm blog, where she has recreated some of their classic pieces in miniature.
Modern dolls' house miniature lounge in pale shades, decorated for christmas in a minimiaist way.
Fabulous exposure for Linzi (well done!), but also wonderful news for the modern miniaturist world in general.
Modern dolls' house miniature minimalist bedroom  in pale shades
The first thing I spotted in this kitchen was the Marimekko Siirtolapuutarha mugs and teapot
Modern dolls' house miniature industrial-style kitchen, with exposed brick wall and Marimekko Siirtolapuutarha mugs and teapot.
(which Linzi made herself: now why didn't I think of that?!)
Hands drawing spots on a modern miniature Marimekko Siirtolapuutarha mug.
Her friends have contributed to the house, one made a tiny crocheted afghan for her
Miniature granny squares in yellow and white resting on a knee.
Modern dolls' house miniature lounge in pale shades, with grey and yellow accents, including a granny square rug.
Now I just have to wangle an invite to meet Linzi and visit the houses next time I'm in Sydney...

(All images: Linzi Macdonald, used with permission)

1 comment :

Penelope said...

Wow! Love her stuff! Thanks for sharing!