“Rainbow Row Houses” shine warm color to brighten your home on a wintry day. These little buildings come alive with light passing through and look best on a windowsill, as seen in the New York Times (http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/31/garden/tiny-houses-that-brighten-the-day.html?ref=garden&_r=0).
The houses are meant to lean against a window pane, they’re not free-standing. If you prefer them suspended, simply request that in your order and each house will arrive with a small hole drilled under the roof peak to hang as you like. All the houses have flat backs.
Each house is separate and measures 5.25 x 2.75 x .5 inches. They are cast individually in translucent pigmented resin, then edges are filed. Because of the handmade quality, when I mix pigment into the resin there may be very slight color differences from the colors seen in the photos.
The luminosity of the houses depends on the amount of sunlight shining through them. One of the things I enjoy about my row houses is that they change throughout the day depending on the light, an indicator of the weather outside. One photo shows them in their opaque state, without light behind them.
The color spectrum set of 8 houses shown here is $150. An individual house in one of the 8 different colors is $25. Available at: https://www.etsy.com/listing/121764661/rainbow-colored-resin-houses-art?