Anyway, on with the tour!
This is actually Tasha's Place 2.0 because I made a diorama for her before in this old 2012 post. Compared to the first version, I think that even though my design style remains the same, my ability to construct more elements has improved. I'm still slow as crap, but I have to move at my own pace or I get sloppy.
Here's the back view. I taped 3 pieces of foam board together as my walls and they are sitting on top of 3 pieces of contact paper that still have the backing on them. Anything that was held in place using straight pins were counter weighted in the back with cardboard. I also covered the tip of the pin with an eraser so I wouldn't poke my boobies. That's my awesome cardboard caddy that you see on the side of the table.
Since the main 3 walls are taped together I can open the left and right walls fully to get better angles when taking photos.
Open concept kitchen
The island table is really small, but fine for two people
Tasha's little message board
I don't have a lot of stuff to fill the shelving with but it's still cute
My favorite item is this cabinet made from the box my phone came in
These curtains were a pain, but I like the end result
The rods are bamboo skewers with beads on the end
Sexy fireplace and equally sexy red column
The view you get with the left wall completely open
Simple entryway and side wall separating kitchen
View from above
Anthony shows us the scale of the door
And the scale of the entryway
Then he went rooting for food
I know it seems like it took me 2 months to do this, but in actuality, it took 8 days because that's how much time I actually spent working on it. Like I said, I'm kinda slow, but I get there eventually, lol