Our newest addition to our collection of 1/4 scale shops. This project is the result of many requests that we re-create our 1/12 barber shop in 1/4 scale. You gave us quite a challenge this time! And we had a great time bringing it to life. As with all of the little shops in the collection, this one is lit with led lights. The coin cell battery and on/off switch are hidden in the ceiling for easy access. The exterior has a lovely tan, blue and red color scheme, and boasts engraved windows, cut out lettering for the sign, and even a great little barber pole. The front swings open to reveal the interior. Thank you once again to our dear friends at Bespaq who have graciously permitted us to recreated some of their wonderful pieces in 1/4 scale for you. There is a magnificent cherry wood standing sink/mirror/cabinet unit on one wall. Look closely and you will even find tiny 3D printed bottles. The cherry barber's chair is upholstered in real leather. There is a magazine/news rack filled with the latest news of the day (sometime in 1911) and even a shaving mug rack filled with the tiniest little shaving mugs. This is without a doubt the tiniest 3D printing we have managed to date. Along the opposite wall is a comfy cherry wood bench for the waiting customers, as well as a hat/coat rack. The floor is wood, and walls are wallpapered and accented with period artwork and a large framed mirror. As with all of our kits, what is shown in the photo is included in the kit. You will need to provide basic tools such as scissors, Xacto, glue, tape, ruler, etc. Additionally you will need to provide your own paints, stains and sealers. In stock ready to ship.