Sunday, July 22, 2007

Bramblemyr Cottage by Melissa Chaple


Enchanting "Bramblemyr Cottage" was designed and constructed by an experienced miniaturist using all new materials enhanced by natural dried flowers, mosses and grasses. This English cottage is a tribute to summers spent in Oxfordshire meadows. A fairy house is an unusual challenge--a small house in one inch scale as if built by fae folk in a big world using natural elements.

The house and gardens were designed for display of OOAK sculpted fairies who are usually not articulated, caught in a single pose. Therefore, the single room medieval construction of each floor offers plenty of room for display of your special collection against a stunning, earthy backdrop of natural flowers and mosses. Perfect for photo storyboarding. The furniture (window seats, benches, bed, wide chair) was designed to be broad enough for kneeling and/or reclining fairies to be posed effectively. Rooms offer plenty of display space for your collection.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

what a beautiful little house! i have built my own fairy house (on myspace) and now wish to build another as cosy as yours!

pumpkinhaus said...

that is absolutely breath taking! I love it!!

Danise said...

Wonderful detail in every
minute of this lovely small
(and to scale) home.Thank you so much for sharing the pictures.

Stop in and visit me at:
Mistic~majik blog spot any time and say hi.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful... you are very talented indeed!! What a wonderful, enchanted home :)

Pixie Wildflower said...

I totally love this!

Lillea Woodlyns said...

This is so lovely that I want to gaze at it for hours, imagining that I live inside this sweet place.

echochen said...

It looks like a wonderland. How do you get these wonderful stuffs?