I have memories throughout my childhood years of my mother grooming her feet while everyone was gathered around the TV in the family room. To say grooming is very polite. I suppose in the grand scheme of things it was a pedicure but it seemed more like foot surgery. First soaking the feet to softened all of the tough layers of dead skin. This was followed by lots and lots of peeling skin and picking at corns....well, you get the idea. Perhaps, if I'd been acquainted with pumice stones back then I could have saved my dear (thrifty) mother so much self-inflicted mutilation. So this modern living room scene is a tribute to a kinder-gentler version of foot care for mothers well, women everywhere. Note the bottle of epsom salts...And ya'll know how I love my shoes!
Details: white breadboard from Miniatures.com; grey 'wall treatment' and acrylic coffee table top from Michael's; coffee table legs are Mighty Magnets from The Container Store; Couch is Kaleidoscope House by Bozarts Toys; sheepskin, white vase and irises from Dolls House Emporium; chair by ReacJapan; wash basin and painted metal frames are eBay purchases; rug by PRD Miniatures; jar from local bead store; screen, towels and pillow are handmade by me