Sunday, June 9, 2019

Kitchen Loft Style

Going to the 1:12 Fair in Rheda, Germany, and seeing my mini friends has inspired me again!
So, I finally completed the kitchen in my loft.

I thought that this kind of apartment does not need a kitchen fan - enough air circulating ;-)
I found these handles in a shop for model airplanes.

Here some details...
Note the light in this cupboard and I managed to put rails for the shutter on the sides. Bending the brass without losing the grove of the rail was the challenge...
The toaster and kettle are from Minifanaberia - just perfect as always!
I even fround garlic, onions and potatoes for the basekt!

Oops, the soap seems to fall over just now! But the industrial look faucet from Mini Arquitect Fransciso is super realistic!
The tools on the wall are from various sources: Minifanaberia, Pierluigi and the brush I made myself.

And the bathroom is now fully equiped with toothbruh, towels and all. I have not managed to find a shaver as yet, since Ulus Miniatures does not sell online any longer... just at fairs ;-(.


Next up: making furniture for the lounge...

Marion

12 comments:

  1. Beautiful down to the tiniest detail. I’ll have a gin and tonic, lol ­čśë.

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    1. glad that you opted for the G&T rather than the nescafe ;-)

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  2. Hi Marion! I am so happy that going to the miniature fair lead to your inspiration for such a fantastic kitchen! I love the arrangement and it's plain that you have thought about the functionality as well as an aesthetic. I'd be delighted to be in this kitchen cooling! You always find the best and most lifelike accessories and never miss a detail! I can't wait for your next post and to have you back regularly sharing your amazing ideas!

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  3. jodi, you are such a darling to take time to write your comments :-)....
    I really appreciate this. Big hug!!!

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  4. Once again Marion, you have demonstrated your exquisite taste and excellent sense of style and proportion. Your industrial Loft kitchen is a Very chic balance of cherished, well preserved age and decay, tastefully coupled with utilitarian and modern.
    Beautifully Done!

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    1. many thanks, elizabeth. busy with the sofa today (rainy day in switzerland)... and since this a loft for a man, it obviously has to be in leather ;-). we know our guys, don't we? haha

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  5. It looks great! I especially love the brick wall!

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    1. sheila, it makes quite an impression, right? now that I am in the drive again I can't wait for it to come all together! hugs

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  6. All I can say is: is lucky, lucky mini person! The back-lit cupboard is just fabulous and so the is trolley. I find it mercerizing that there are so many clever details in such a sleek, modern space - so very far from simple. Love it.

    Anna x

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    1. anna, the cupboard was fiddly because I wanted the side rails to be seen. I am very pleased that it worked after the third attempt ;-). I am not a perfectionist in real life - but when it comes to mini it has to be right! thanks for the compliment... :-)

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  7. I love industrial style and you've represented it perfectly in your mini kitchen and bathroom. Beautiful!

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  8. Just gorgeous! That faucet jumped out at me from the beginning, I'm going to have to check out that shop. I love the aluminum details every where in this kitchen too, you've become so masterful with working with metal!
    If you are still looking for a razor, Re-ment sold them in some collections too. Not always easy to find... but they would be nice.

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