Making cabinets is definitely not my favourite mini activity but in order to make Emily a home I had to make her a kitchen. Although I suspect she will spend very little time in here I decided to give her a full size cooker rather than the little bench top hotplate I was planning on.
The cooker is made from Lea's instructions in her book Le Grand Livre de la Maison Miniature - it's inclined to be slightly too big for this tiny kitchen so I may eventually remake it downsizing it slightly. However it doesn't look quite as large in reality as it does in this photo, I think it's 'grown' slightly because it's closest to the camera.
You might recognise the flooring - it was originally in the hallway (see post of 8 May below) but I decided it was too 'informal' for that space, after all this hallway provides access to the salon - so it now has a slightly more formal looking floor ...
I probably would have left the wooden flooring had this been a country house but although this is an unpretentious and very time worn property it is still Parisian and there are some standards which one must uphold ;)
By the way, that door is not the salon entrance, it is a linen storage cupboard, or perhaps a doorway to a secret room, whatever your imagination desires.