Monday, March 11, 2013

Nomad Dining

Working on a new setup for the Nomad Home. I took a few minutes on Sunday to start on the dining room. Not sure how this will all turn out in the end... 


Despite the efforts here, I don't think Michonne is impressed with the artwork.

The Goods: Table is PRD walnut Parsons top and Sir Thomas Thumb Miniatures sawhorse legs; chairs are Reac Japan; art is David Choe; all accessories are Ray Storey (Thanks Pepper!), Susan Lenart Kazmer, Kaisercraft, Wright Guide Miniatures, PRD, DHE, McFarlane Toys and common finds from hobby and craft stores.

11 comments:

  1. Bwahaha. Sorry Michonne. Hey, did you buy those blue vases at the Good Sam Show? I bought several there (green and brown ones as well. :)

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    1. Pepper sent the blue vases to me = Ray Storey. She sent me green, brown, blue and clear. I love them. I never saw them at Good Sam! ha! I will have to walk around more carefully next time that I attend.

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  2. I'm starting to love it. The Walking Dead action figure is great. Cool idea.

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    1. Thanks Hunky Dory,
      I'm not sure how I feel about the start of the dining room. I'm just experimenting...like always, I guess. ;)

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  3. Haha Michonne looks soooo mad. I wonder if she has ever smiled... I love the horse image!

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    1. I know, right? Maybe the eternal frown is the energy source that powers her "bad assness"...is that a word? HA! The horse art is David Choe. I bought a stack of his work from the MOMA in postcard version, but I bet you can find them anywhere they showcase/appreciate modern art.

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  4. Great idea! I have a ton of art postcards. Ideas spinning!

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  5. Love the eclecticism...did you make the light fixture?

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    1. Thanks Lady! You know I like a little "crazy"--ha! No, I did not make the light fixture. It is a charm piece made by Susan Lenart Kazmer. I just stuck two to the ceiling. I buy a ton of her pieces to use as art and light fixtures and knick knacks. She's got an industrial and vintage vibe that I dig on. Her pieces are probably in every scene since 2011.

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  6. Just voted on quirky for the Osborn house!

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  7. Hi
    I think you have succeeded in finding an airy fresh feeling + very modern atmosphere to the room ! Love the painting!

    There is a giveaway in my blog, please have a look a, if you are interested...
    Hugs
    Kikka

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