Friday, September 15, 2017

Chippendale Bookcase....




Just this morning I added the final details to the exterior of this kit. I used little  draw pulls and key plates I purchased on-line from  Janny at Art of Mini.....I am very pleased with the result. But what also pleased was ALL the Elisabeth Causeret (France) porcelain I found to fill it. I am a huge fan of Elisabeth's work (if you cannot tell..?) and when I get the chance to do so I add to my collection. If it will remain this way I do not know, time will tell when I have more work to my 'shop' completed.

12 comments:

miniacollection said...

I'm so glad to see a new post from you. Your bookcase is beautiful with all Elisabeth's work. the colour of the bookcase is perfect with the colour of all the porcelain items. I love everything.
Geneviève

Virginia Isabel said...

Un vitrina muy bonita y las cosas que la completan me encanta. Parece tal real!
Besujis!!

Catherine said...

It looks fantastic with that wonderful dark hardware. I love the color your painted the case to display that gorgeous white porcelain.
OK.. How about a key to fit in the hole with a tassel. ;-)

Elizabeth S said...

It all looks very French/ Gustavian, and I adore the contrast of the dark hardware against the light painted wood. Your collection of Elizabeth Causeret's white ware is Marvelously showcased inside it; simple yet very elegant. ♡

Isabel Ruiz Alonso said...

Muy bonita.

Looking Glass Miniature said...

I love the grey you used on the furniture piece, it give wonderful contrast to your porcelain. Will look fantastic in your shop.

Jenn

Troy said...

What a great looking cabinet and accessories - very chic!
I really like the hardware - it adds a sense of realism to the project. Great work.

Sheila said...

Love the color, and I agree, the hardware is the perfect touch.

miraclechicken said...

Very nice! Sometimes that's the beauty of it all, watching it evolve. Maybe it won't stay this way, but the journey is so fun---whatever it ends up to be, it's so beautiful. Great photography as usual with the little splash of red (apple).

Daydreamer said...

The clean lines of the cabinet are just perfect with the pure lines of the china! You have a wonderful collection! The colors are so delicate too! I sure hope you will show us a preview of the shop...... !

Catherine said...

bonjour Linda ,

ce meuble met en valeur le travail d'Elisabeth. j 'aime beaucoup la couleur que vous avez choisie même si je la trouve un peu trop sage .avez vous fini de travailler sur les kits de Pascale ? j 'ai hate de voir des photos .

Shabby Dollhouse said...

Beautiful!!!
I love your porcelain collection :o)

mini hugs
Sigrid