table to scale

The Table come natural to any miniature house.
They are used to show off.
Used to place things on.
Used as a prop.
This site show tables and occasionally other furniture
that are available for your miniature house, or contact me for any unique table requirement.
Tables will shortly begin to appear for your consideration.

Monday, December 20, 2010

Acrylic Tables

These Tables are made from the acrylic I have gathered.

Acrylic Nest

Black Sheer Table

Acrylic Kitchen Table

Table 44

Some new tables

Some tables made with items found.
Colour from perhaps kids building blocks.
Top from florescent baffle and the other is Jarrah from Western Australia.
Coffee table modelled from the one I had at home

This one is in our Fairview house with a pot plant on top.

These two my friend says look like Lego tables
I am a fan of Memphis Style.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Another Jarrah Timber Table

Jarrah is a timber found in Western Australia and I have been carrying a block of this table with me since I graduated from the Australian School Of Fine Furniture a few years ago.
I also have, as a miniature furniture maker, a good quantity of Huon Pine which is now very restricted in Tasmania where it is still growing. Some Huon Pine is found to be 4000 years old and some much older, it was used in boat building as it contains oils that stop it rotting, some trees have been pulled from rivers and is still good for furniture and boat building.
There is still beautiful timber all over the world, a lot are in Australia.

Jarrah Miniature Table

Here is a Jarrah Timber table modelled on one seen in a table makers advert.
Post modern not seen at Harvey Norman. In a series I am slowly making from exotic timber from Australia and also from the rest of the world. Making miniature furniture needs fine grain and this fact make the search for good timber a little harder.
This table is being modelled in my Bodhi House miniature house.
While I am on the soapbox, I wish that the modern miniature furniture and miniature house makers will call them miniature houses and leave 'dollshouse whatever'terminology in the past

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Huon Pine Refactory Table

This table is made using Huon Pine, A timber found only in Tasmania.
Some Huon Pine timber found in lakes has been dated over 5000 years old and is still millable due to the inherent oils that prevent decay.
It was logged extensively to built boats that didn't rot.
Now is only harvested when fallen or in the drying lakes.
So this little table is made from very old scarce timber.
$45.00 + post

Table for four

You can probably see through what I am presenting.
Perhaps when in the house, the dog can be seen underneath.
For a modern miniature house or a querky victorian.
$A45.00 + post