A boudoir where a mermaid can prepare for a night out

A boudoir where a mermaid can prepare for a night out

Enter into a magical underwater world where a mermaid is able to prepare for close up glamour shots in her boudoir.

This delicate and miniature world fit for a sea-dwelling princess was created by artist Peter Gabel.

Extraordinary workmanship and marine inspiration has gone into this creation. Although custom built with love, sadly all of us mermaid admirers are forced to view from a distance – Peter isn’t making these magnificent creations en masse or to sell on Etsy. Instead I hope you enjoy this peek into this enchanted world within the bell jar, created using foraged items from the seashore.

A boudoir where a mermaid can prepare for a night out

All photographs were taken by Mark FJ Maiden Photography reused with permission from Peter Gabel.

An underwater world of beauty

Starfish chandelier.

Table made of urchin spines and mother-of-pearl

Chairs made of sea urchin spines and tiny scallops.

Rubber tree plant made of sea urchin spines and operculum set in a barnacle pot with black Hawaiian sand ‘dirt’

Mother-of-pearl and sea urchin spine plant stand with philodendron plant made of sea urchin spines and Emerald Nerite operculum.

If you enjoyed this post then you may find this one about tiny people and their adventures in fruit and vegetable worlds enjoyable, as well as this post and this one about tiny books. But for now I’m inspired to go to the beach, it’s summer at the moment in Australia!

Published by Content Catnip

Content Catnip is a quirky internet wunderkammer written by an Intergalactic Space Māori named Content Catnip. Join me as I meander through the quirky and curious aspects of history, indigenous spirituality, the natural world, animals, art, storytelling, books, philosophy, travel, Māori culture and loads more.

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