by brae  

A few years ago, I saw a fabulous drafting table on Recréation Miniature.  I put it on the someday to try list.  :D  I loved that it was a working, adjustable table.  Another fine example is the table from Boutique Miniatures.  I own two of the adjustable stools from this shop.  I put the table on my wish list as a splurge in case I didn't get around to making one.

Not too long ago, Mike Adamson was downsizing a few miniatures he didn't intend to use, and the drafting table from Boutique Miniatures was one of those items.  I was lucky enough to nab it.  :D  You must see the beautiful work that Mike does as well.  His exacting replications for kitchens, living rooms and other modern settings are top notch!

The table is a superb reproduction.

There are tiny ringed pins to adjust the table from flat to angled.

There was another stool in the set, so now I have three.  The tops actually adjust up and down.

I've printed out a Beebe Windmill technical drawing for today's scene, though I recolored it in PhotoShop.

image from Wikimedia

Mike sent me one of his marvelous paintings as well.  :]

Lamp from Ray Storey, bowl of nuts from Hartland Miniatures, modern shelf from Debbie Ohm, rug from Iklectic Kollectibles, horse bust from Art Forge.  I made the file folders.


Comment from: Debora [Visitor]

Those are wonderful pieces! Congrats!

02/04/17 @ 12:19
Comment from: Susi [Visitor]

These go together so well, but the painting really is marvelous. It is perfect for this scene! Happy Weekend!

02/04/17 @ 13:47
Comment from: Barbara [Visitor]

Lovely pieces! I think I would like that drafting table in a life size version.

02/04/17 @ 16:30
Comment from: Sheila [Visitor]

Wow, gorgeous! The wood grain is just beautiful. Love your little scene.

02/04/17 @ 17:51
Comment from: Betsy Rogers [Visitor]

Ooohhh….. I envy you that table! Even in RL my table is not so swish! LOL! Fantastic pieces every one!

02/04/17 @ 18:21
Comment from: Keli [Visitor]

Exquisite! I’ve given thought to splurging on a Boutique item. I. Have splurged on Mike’s items…fantastic.

02/04/17 @ 22:38
Comment from: Pepper [Visitor]  

A drafting table has been on my ‘to do’ list forever too but the brass pieces have prevented me making it since they need to be either etched or very carefully cut out. Maybe I should just buy one but at over £300…wow. It does look gorgeous though :0)

02/05/17 @ 01:20
Comment from: chibipulse [Visitor]

(insert happy squeal here. happy dance will occur once I got coffee in me) What a find! That drafting table is AMAZING!

02/05/17 @ 04:55
Comment from: Pat [Visitor]

I’m tired already. You do more in a day than I do in a week.

The table and chairs are just priceless.

02/05/17 @ 08:03
Comment from: elizabeth s [Visitor]

A Lovely drafting table and the adjustable stools are Fabulous!
I’ve enjoyed seeing the blueprint of the windmill project laid out across the table and taped in place. Now it only needs a T square and oh yes- a mechanical pencil! :D

02/05/17 @ 13:29
Comment from: Maria [Visitor]

Wonderful pieces every one! your little scene is lovely. Hugs

02/06/17 @ 01:28
Comment from: Kristine [Visitor]

Ohh I remember when I saw that drafting table appear on Etsy… so happy you were able to pick it up! I too have three of the stools and the craftsmanship is outstanding. Love the way they look as a set with the drafting table but the Watson Mill plans make the scene!

02/06/17 @ 17:57
Comment from: Julia [Visitor]

These pieces are great finds! Congratulations!

02/07/17 @ 03:40
Comment from: Josje [Visitor]

Ah yes, I do like Fatih’s work! And the drawing table is wonderful. Lucky you for being able to pick this up!

02/07/17 @ 05:19

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