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Thursday, 26 November 2009

Fab Tudor Furniture on Etsy!

Last week (think it was Thursday) i was looking around on etsy and found some wonderful Tudor and Victorian furniture on etsy.
Heres the link to the shop called Wight Crafts
I loved the furniture and the finish, plus the fact they are dressed in beautiful materials.
But even though i love them, i still wanted to be able to buy them in their bare untreated state with no wood stainng or the material. So i contacted the seller to ask if this could be done.
Quite pleased the reply was yes, so i asked for two cupboard beds. Can not belive they were made in such a small amount of time and are already here. It's less than a week since i ordered them... amazing!
The seller is lovely and ever so helpful and really works with you as to what you want. All the furniture is 1:12 scale and also 1:24 scale.








This is what i ordered and can't wait to get them scratched up, aged and ever so ever so witchy, with some electrical lighting (a candle), maybe a little witches vanity shelf and lots of dirtry tatty bedding and drapes. Think i will hand paint some pictures on the material and somehow give each one a seperate theme.


10 comments:

  1. They are beautiful Nikki, just as you described. Can't wait to see what you do to them. xx

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  2. Me too! Cant wait to see them all done Nikki. I have the gothic bed! I saw it and decided to redo one of the rooms in the haunted house into another bedroom so out came all the vampire stuff and in went the bed! I still have to redo the material to a witchy theme but the bed is just gorgeous! They are so talented and like you say, so helpful.

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  3. Nikki, you never cease to amaze me with your ideas! The furniture is beautiful and looks well-made. I am sure your "witchifying" to the unfinished cupboard bed will be fab, as usual. Can't wait to see what you do.

    Tabs

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  4. Oooh, lovely and wonderful bed's, I understand why you buy them.

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  6. oh, it's whitchy gorgeous!!!!!!!!

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  7. Oooh, they're so cool! And versatile - I reckon you could do all sorts of things with them! Have fun!

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  8. I also own one of Wightcrafts' beds. They are amazingly beautiful! Hope you have fun creating, Nikki!

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  9. I have actually got the first bed that you show, in my Tudor dolls house, and some other beds and a cradle made by the same maker.However, I had lost their details and I tried your link, but it says that they are no longer an Etsy member. Have you still got their email address, so I could get in touch? Thanks, Jan (T)

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