It looks wonderful with the Reac Macintosh chairs, and would suit any house furnished in the last 100 or so years.
I haven't decided yet which dollhouse it will look best in, but plan to try it in several.
I found this lovely inlaid box and these fancy chopsticks at a thrift shop last weekend, and the light bulb went on over my head.
Using a dollhouse dining table as a guide for height, I cut the grooved ends off the chopsticks and sanded them smooth on top. At least I tried to sand them smooth - they are almost smooth. I kept the top of the chopsticks and the bottom of the box for future projects.
I removed the tiny screws from the hinges of the box and glued a leg to each corner of the inlaid top.
I had been itching to use these lovely Reac Macintosh chairs in a dining room and was delighted to see that the colors of the chairs matched the inlaid box top perfectly.
I waited impatiently for the glue to dry - I have a bad habit of picking things up too soon and knocking off the pieces I have glued to them - and set up the new table and chairs in my cardboard Ikea house for a photoshoot.
The carpet is cut from a page in Architectural Digest. I don't know how it would look in on a wood floor, but it looks just fine in the cardboard house.
I am so pleased with myself for finding the box and chopsticks and seeing the potential. Let's all pat Susan on the back ; )
Hugs to all