This is what I imagine my future study to look like, complete with a non-functioning old timey telephone and spinny globe. Everything is handmade with the exception of the telephone, which I modified a teeny tiny bit.
I’ve also improved on my globe design (the dramatic arc of the first one and thick black lines just weren’t working, ya know?), and am now offering it in my etsy shop for all your miniature decor and gifting needs.
Lastly, I’m running a small giveaway on my instagram (@honey.thistle) for one of these globes and a few other minis until May 22nd 2017, so check that out for some free miniature swag :)
GIO PONTI, The Italian Culture Institute (Instituto di Cultura), Stockholm, Sweden (1954). Featuring an early Leggera-chair (1951) by Cassina and a custom-made writing desk in oak, laminated wood, oak-veneered wood and brass. Italian Carrara-marble floor.