Monday, April 11, 2011

Paul MacAlister miniatures

The bookshelf and bench in the Emerson house, placed in front of the removable staircase.

The Paul MacAlister bookshelf. It's quite narrow, and the surface is buffed and quite slick; almost a plastic feel. The workmanship is beautiful and it has a wonderful simplicity to it.

One of the endtables near the entrance, with the mushroom lamp (also Paul MacAlister.) The Emerson house is 1:16 scale, so it's been challenging to place some of these 1:12 items. They do make the house seem a bit small. But who cares? The miniatures are more important than the house.



No rugs yet... and not many accessories.


11 comments:

  1. Dang, they look great in the Emerson. I'm so jealous!! I officially forgive you for sniping me, now that you have shared pictures. :P All's fair in love and ebay.

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  2. I'm glad you've forgiven me! Live to fight another day... 3 days to be exact. ;)

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  3. Congrats again! I hope you don't mind, but I put a gadget on my blog to direct people to your Flickr photostream. It's nice to see the pieces in action!

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  4. Callsmall, thank you so much! I don't mind at all... appreciate it! The Paul MacAlister minis are so wonderful, and since they're one-of-a-kind, I really do want to share them. The more the merrier!

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  5. I'm so glad that you have these---even if I do not, man! ha ha! Love seeing these put into proper action.

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  6. @Modern MC--thanks so much! I wish Paul Mac. had made MORE!

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  7. Very nice. You're an inspiration. I have GOT to buy that Emerson house for my upcoming 50th birthday. Some people never grow up, and I'm glad I'm one of 'em.

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  8. Hi Angie! I hear you! I didn't play much with dolls or dollhouses when I was little. Guess I'm making up for lost time!

    The sad part is, my 4-year-old daughter is not allowed to play with the Emerson house... naturally. I feel guilty! Guess it's time for me to get her a dollhouse, the "kid" kind.

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  9. You are a lucky "girl" and I hope your daughter will get a wonderful dollhouse too and one day you can swap.
    Thanks for sharing and making us envious ;-)

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  10. Thanks Oese. She certainly will get a nice one soon... and she'll have the coolest vintage furniture of all her friends!

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  11. Wonderful collection of Paul MacAlister furniture! I am a big fan of the Brinca Dada houses, too. Thanks for sharing! :) Ronda

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