The couch and purple chair are vintage Lundby piece I refinished, the pillows I sewed myself. The fabric I upholstered the sofa with I picked up at the Bishop show in April, the rest are from a quilter's charm pack I got at JoAnne's. I also picked up the modern style green chair at the Bishop show...it was teal, and taller, but I repainted it and then shortened the base to make the seat of the 1:12 chair the same level as the 1:16 furniture. I made the lamp from a wooden finial (though I had my husband drill the hole through it to run the wire through, because I was a big chicken)...the paper lampshade is held up by a wire harp..a big thank you to Kris at 1 inch minis for the harp tutorial.
The rug is a 1:12 afghan from otterine. The coffee table is a piece of round glass from a small picture frame atop a rusty nut I stole out of my husband's garage. The other two end tables and the plant stands I made from tiny turnings and scraps of wood....I don't have a good picture of those, but they're not terribly exciting.
I made the magazines on the tables, which are all local publications, in keeping with my Grand Traverse Bay theme. The ceramic cat I got at the Bishop Show, but I don't remember where I got the yellow glass vase.
Most of the plants in the sunroom were made from kits. The palm and snake plant are from Bonnie Lavish kits. The Boston fern, 1/2 scale African violet, wandering jew, Christmas cactus and schefflera were made from kits by sdk miniatures. The polymer clay cyclamen next to the lamp is from Twilla's Tiny Treasures. I made from scratch the philodendron on the other end table, the swiss cheese plant, and the no-named plant sitting between the wandering jew and the Christmas cactus.