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Meet Kiyomi, a Japanese artist and mother of two who can masterfully create perfect, miniature replica of furniture from the 18th century that goes perfectly well with old Victorian dollhouses.
Being a mother of two can be quite difficult, especially when it comes to time management. But Kiyomi’s case proves even more challenging, considering how intricate her hobby is and how it requires a lot of time to create even one piece of furniture.
Kiyomi, according to Bored Panda, she wakes up extremely earning the morning – 4:00 a.m. – to make the delicate pieces. Talk about pure dedication to her craft! Just take this miniature, antique French interior closet as an example — the craftsmanship is impeccable!
Even the practically microscopic bottles have labels with actual lettering!
Heck, she even put teeny, tiny strawberries on top of miniature cakes displayed on a miniature stand.
Love sewing? Well, here’s something perfect for you: a miniature antique sewing machine and a sewing tool box.
All of her works are really perfect for people who love to collect miniature antique furniture inspired by Victorian England era or the French Revolution era.
She also creates store shelves that contain sweets — incredible!
Images via Instagram / chiisanashiawase2015