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The Tiniest Antiques Store Carries Everything Dollhouses Need

While pretty much every type of architecture looks infinitely more whimsical rendered in miniature—reference the minuscule wonders of these artist abodes, spaceship HQs, and campers for proof—this wee antiques shop just might be the most twee creation out there. Crafted by the South Korean artist Studio Soo, the scene features an outdoor market area with folding iron gates, distressed wood furniture, and a rusty bike. Inside of the shop—which is visible only through the latticed windows—is a storefront piled high with vintage glass bottles, stacks of books, and a type writer no larger than a thimble, all lit with tiny bulbs installed near the ceiling. Take a peek inside, below:

· My Teeny Tiny Antique Shop [Messy Nessy Chic]
· All Dollhouses posts [Curbed National]