This is my first attempt to introduce a working light into a scene. It's actually more glitzy than I usually like, but I figured what the heck. Also, this marks the first time I got a clue and (very easily) took out the sliding doors on the Villa Sibi. I almost did not know what to do with the middle space behind the panels that normally obscure things.

The credenza was created in a moment of desperation. I wanted something like a credenza there, but don't have one. I fear that my trademark will be turning refrigerators on their sides (I've done it before), but I think this works here.

I did how the Lucite chairs both disappear and reflect. Such a simple, effective design.

This is a "pregnant pause" moment in time -- the bongos are front and center, ready to be played.

Credits: Couch, white tables, wooden sculpture, and painting by Bozart; chandelier by Calico Critters; small lamp by AG Minis; accessories are from Ebay, Re-ment and Manor House Miniatures; dining table is vintage German; "credenza" is from Lolly's; Lucite chairs and rocking chair are Ebay finds; orange vase is vintage Fiestaware and its base is from the Villa Sibi; awesome wooden wenge stools are Paris Renfroe.