So I read a NYT article...
It was all about the "movement" towards mini-houses designed in a mid-century modern style. Described in the article it is a hobby, partly as an escape a partly as another consumer based obsession, driven by the desire for Eames & Noguchi furniture that is out of reach.
I prefer to think about the escape-ism aspect.
This dresser is a little over 4" x 2" x 1"!
Both are under scaled like much in the miniature world to 1:12 meaning each inch represents a foot.
So these are super tiny and amazing works of art, right?
Check this out
That's a DIME people, next to a perfectly formed pull xylophone.
Or maybe you need a mission style bookcase to hold all your art & design books?
You could personalize your tiny environs with a monogrammed pillow measuring just over an inch
I love this salad set and can't believe they are hand carved
All this tiny, beautiful furniture & accessories without the commitment to have to "live" with it, all of these tiny perfect worlds that never need to be vacuumed or have laundry done to stay neat. I get it, now to resist starting another collection that could easily take over rooms...