The scene above is constructed around the idea of someone putting together a kitchen using repurposed finds and appliances from a liquidation center. I might have mentioned earlier that I am becoming quite fond of weathered, vintage, recycled, farmhouse and industrial modern decor styles. This is another area seriously lacking supply in the modern miniature world. The upside is that I can actually utilize pieces from traditional artisans for this kind of style venture. Granted, I still have to dig for ideal pieces but every once in awhile something great turns up like the table used as an island in the scene above. It's intended for use in print shop scenes, but I think its weathered look and modern lines look great in a kitchen. Experimentation in this realm will probably continue as I try to get it out of my system...or not.
The Goods: Sink and oven are Theo Klein; island table is Wright Guide Miniatures; wood storage counters are Voila Toys; the cork stool came from some bubbly we enjoyed years ago; all accessories are Mighty World, Wright Guide Miniatures, Bodo Hennig, ReMent, Mattel, Lundby, Playmobil and random but common hobby store finds.