Madam Malkin’s has some more furniture, a stool/side table and a coffee table/fitting table.
Both pieces have storage underneath, which will probably house soft furnishings like cushions (once I’ve made them).
This chair is not new – it’s the chair from Flourish & Blotts draped in different fabric to better suit the decor.
I imagine that the chair under this fabric was thrifted and the owner of Madam Malkin’s hasn’t got around to re-upholstering it yet, so they just threw a nice sheet over the old fabric.
Because the stool and coffee table are so simple, they can make the space either a sit-and-stitch area…
…or a fitting corner. (BB-8 was an eager volunteer to stand in for a seamstress on the stool.) I need to add some things to the fitting room, like a trolley for supplies and maybe a clothes rack, as well as smaller details throughout the interior, but I’m liking how it’s coming together so far. We definitely need a crochet blanket on the couch, I think!
There seems to be a new store in the old open lot next to Ollivanders’…
Madam Malkin’s Robes for all occasions, it says.
Let’s go in and have a snoop look around, shall we?
This will be a small sit-and-stitch area that will convert into a fitting area for fitting aforementioned robes, once I’ve made some extra furniture.
These embroideries (as well as the one in the next picture) are cut from the pages of one of the calendars I used to make the walls of the store.
There is also a wall of craft supplies for sale, which I just noticed needs to expand to include fabric. Yep. Will get on that. *ahem* There’s an assortment of yarn down the side, beads across the bottom, and paint and paintbrushes in the middle.