Bubbles of Luxury.
It stands to reason that, if a person loves miniature houses, that person will also love portable, real, little houses, and I am that person, I mean, I am one of those persons. The full story on the Bubbles of Luxury set out below, can be found at Dornob.com, which has a section devoted to portable architecture.
Clearly, privacy would be an issue if these bubbles were inflated in an urban area, but they would be great for camping in a remote area, like on the empty beach above. How do I recreate these bubble-rooms in miniature? Possibly by reducing the scale considerably and using CB2's "Whirly Hanging Tealight" ornament.
Dornob.com also published an article on the following egg-like mini rooms that can be used for min-libraries or mini-offices and the like in larger spaces. I love the concept and would love to try and create one in miniature.
Mid-Century Modern architecture and interior decorating began in the 1930s and ended in the late 1960s. I am inspired by its clean lines, bold colors and patterns, and arrogant styling (arrogant only because it was pushing the envelope). Here are a few of my MCM inspiration rooms.
(Photos from Better Homes and Gardens Decorating Book, 1956)
There are a few more rooms that inspire me and which I may recreate in miniature. I will post those later in the week. Thank you for following this blog. Even if there is nobody out there listening to my rambles, I enjoy putting my thoughts on paper.