As a first try, I made a seat for one of the chairs:
I am not sure I am happy with the result, but I don't know yet where these chairs are going.
My next attempt was a dressing table:
There is nothing radically wrong with it, but it is plain. Plain things beg to be made over.
I made a dressing table for my Victorian house some time ago.
I still like it, but because of the clothes-peg legs it is larger than 1:12, and when I put a chair in front of it, it looked ridiculous. And anyway, it was time to make something new. I like the ornate mirror, so I decided to keep it. As I was looking for a suitable contraption to fix the mirror, I found a plastic ice-cream spoon. If you think it's a strange way of fixing a mirror on a dressing table, let me tell you that my genuine eighteenth-century dressing table is made exactly like this (although admittedly not with a plastic spoon).
Then I painted the table ivory-white, and just to show how a tiny detail makes a difference, here are pictures of before and after I added a length of lace on the front:
Here it is now in its interior, and the scale is right to go with the chair. The perfume bottles, by the way, are made of beads.