Grace Thomas's Furniture
Prepare for HUGE photo dump!
Grace's Bistro Set:
The chair is made of a very heavy, solid metal.
The base of the table is metal as well.
This stand is very plastic. The words on it are all made from stickers.
You can put up a sign on both sides of it.
The table top is wooden (feeling).
Cute menu holder, but very plastic again.
Those are not lines in the cheese, but actual intentions/grooves to give the surface texture. The berries are clumped and the plate is plastic, as are the water glass and pink bottle.
The red thing on top is metal, and I believe the frame of the cart is metal as well.
The flat surface feels like wood to me. Of course the pastry stand is plastic.
I just realized the spokes on the wheels make hearts. XD That's really cute and corny! The wheels are plastic.
Help you girl practice her entrepreneurship skills! With business cards and everything!
The menu words are stickers, and the sign and rotate so you can put different words on the back.
The bell really rings! Loudly I might add. :D
Also just realized the cart is a tricycle, not a raging 4 wheeled ride. :D
I know it's supposed to be a chocolate tart with chocolate shaving on top, but it looks greenish tinted in real life, and it looks the exact same color as bile from the gallbladder.... XD
Clumped, plastic macaroons! I feel like the ones on Etsy have more aesthetic appeal.
Better hope it doesn't rain in Paris Grace! XD
I love this cute little Eiffel Tower image on the wall with the little holding tray!
There is a little service window on one side of the building so Grace can serve treats in a 180 degree manner!
This grey part of the roof is plastic, but the rest of it is very solidly wood. :)
Hahaha! I was so confused by what this thing was until a little girl explained it was dough! ^_^ I might have thought it was a tempurpedic mattress at first...
Inside the refrigerator! I kind of wish there was a bottle of wine... because France right? I know, I know... it's a kid's toy. XD
I just noticed the AG logo printed on the "stone".
Both tray and cake are plastic.
Not the most attractive pastries. They're cute, but I've been spoiled by the talent on Etsy and the plastic feeling is not to my taste. The plate is also a very light plastic.
You can take the plastic baguettes out of the paper holder.
Plastic macaroon tower. >_< Clumped together so kids don't inhale them.
That pink cake tray is so incredibly "cheap" looking relative to the $500 price tag so I am very disappointed, even though I do think it's cute.
Darn! Can't squeeze it straight into my mouth!
Another pieces I felt was very "cheap plastic" relative to the $500 price tag.
The egg carton opens and closes but the eggs are stuck in the box. Can't take them out or else kids will inhale them.
All in all I think it's a very fun piece for kids to play with, and it definitely is made for play with it's plastic accessories all clumped together. As an adult, I find myself both pleased by how fun and versatile it is, while at the same time disappointed with the quality of the smaller accessories, especially for $500.