Sunday, 20 January 2013

Modern Dollhouse - coffee table

If you ever needed an excuse to buy a modern dollhouse, maybe this clever idea will be enough to convince your family that this is not another addition to your already brimming collection, but a contemporary twist on occasional furniture.


Amy Whitworth of Qubis Design has introduced this coffee table-cum-modern dollhouse to her designs. It is just getting harder and harder to do the housework these days *muwahahah*

Pepper =0)

18 comments:

  1. Hello Pepper,
    thanks for posting the picture. that coffee table is just awsome. Terrific idea and gorgeous design.
    Big hug,
    Giac

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  2. That is a good one, muwahahah, Carol, this is awesome! What a splendid idea, thanks for sharing, LOVE it and perhaps.........it was my bday yesterday, so I always can ask this for an extra gift :D!!!!
    Besides this all, I really love the design of this coffeetable. With the glass panels you can divide the room beneath the table leaf into different compartments. I hope I express myself in a correct way? Perhaps my English is not good enough?
    Warm hugs from a snowy and icy Nederland, Ilona

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  3. it looks amazing.... to bad that it cost about twice a much as a normal dollhouse!

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  4. Wow, I like very much, might convince hubby to make one for the lounge room! Thanks for posting Carol xx

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  5. That table is amazing! I spend way more time cleaning my dollhouses than my actual house.

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  6. Carol, I put it on my list for my London visit in February. Thanks!
    Neomi

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  7. I definitely like her take on the dollhouse/coffee table better than the one introduced by Paul Frank and Eric Pfeiffer years ago. I confess that I have used my dollhouses as tables...yeah, I often need a place to set a drink among the transitional clutter. No confessions here about what kind of drink it is.

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  8. That is so way way cool. I'll bet nobody would have the nerve to put their feet on top of THAT table! LOL

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  9. Wonderful, but prohibitively expensive....am off to Ikea to find an alternative.... ;-)

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  10. que bonita y original idea

    besitos

    Mari

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  11. A very original idea.
    Bye Faby

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  12. Ha ha, what a great idea!
    mona

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  13. Very nice blog that table is amazing.Some people choose an eclectic interior design of their homes. For example, a person may enjoy the contrasts of an antique piece of furniture in opposition to a modern piece. For those who have a more traditional outlook on interior design, the small coffee table should fit in with the major furniture style in the room.

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  14. I love it - now to convince hubby

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