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From the album: The Steampunk HouseThis is a close-up of a counter unit and industrial spring stools, found in the Kitchen. The mosaic portion of the counter top swivels away from the wall to create extra bar/table space for guests. And with the industrial spring bar stools, everyone gets a place t sit...and bounce. The main counter is a mix of balsa wood Popsicle sticks, string, paper, craft foam, acrylic paint, aluminum wire, and rocks (weight to anchor the mosaic section). The portion that swivels is made from real glass mosaic pieces, grouted with a mix of craft foam, Polycrylic, and black paint. The industrial springs are really pipe-cleaners, sealed, painted, and then sealed/painted 2-3 more times after that (They really are springy). The seat portions are plastic bottle tops, stretched out cotton balls, and cotton fabric. Read about the whole project and see more photos on my blog; http://kyle-lefort.blogspot.com/2013/05/undersized-urbanite-entry-steampunk.html
© Kyle Lefort 2013
From the album: Artply Barrington VictorianI love this little room! The antique reproduction dough tray/hutch was made by a local artisan- he also custom-made the stools for me and a pie safe that is located in the kitchen. This room was perhaps intended to be the entire kitchen, however I thought it was WAY too small. I put on a room addition- very poorly I might add! LOL There was a major height difference. oops. Anyhow- I removed part of the wall and created the breakfast bar to open up the space between the two rooms.