Realistic Tiny Furniture by Emily Boutard
Melbourne-based artist Emily Boutard quit her job as a lawyer to pursue her passion for creating tiny furniture and architectural models.
Using real wood, fabric and other materials, Emily crafts intricate and realistic pieces of miniature furniture which, in some photographs, can be easily confused with life size furniture.
“I quit my job as a corporate lawyer two years ago to make tiny furniture and study architecture full time.
I love architectural history and conservation, so I take most of the inspiration for my tiny creations from 19th-century pattern books and historical texts.” Emily wrote on BoredPanda.
See more tiny creations by Emily on Instagram.