The hardest model to fold was the ore, which is the modular decorating the table, not because of the difficulty of the foldings, but because I used small squares of paper.
These are the models in the living room:
- Love seat, arm chair and cushions, created by Paolo Bascetta. The instructions can be found in his book, Origami, ISBN 9788873870258. I folded the them with double-sided scrapbook paper. I used a 6" (150 mm) square for the love seat, a 6" x 4½" (150 mm x 113 mm) rectangle for the armchair, a 3" (75 mm) square for the top of each cushion and a 2¾" (69 mm ) square for the bottom part of each cushion.
- Bookcase. As a bookcase, I used a traditional masu box with a minus divider created by Bob Voelker (more information here). I used 6" (150 mm) squares of scrapbook paper.
- Books, created by Tomoko Fuse. The instructions can be found in her book, 12 Months in a Small Box - Autumn Winter, ISBN 9784480873408. I folded the books with scraps of origami paper, copy paper and magazine paper. I used a 3"x 2" (75mm x 50 mm) rectangle for the cover of each book, and strips 1¾"(44 mm) wide, of different lengths, for the sheets of the book .
- Table, created by Yoshihide Momotani. The instructions can be found in his book, Doll's House with Origami, ISBN 9784426301050. I used a 6" x 4½" (150 mm x 113 mm) rectangle of scrapbook paper.
- Ore, created by Toshikazu Kawasaki. The instructions can be found in his book, Greatest Dream Origami, ISBN 9784255005058. I used six 1½" (38 mm) squares of origami paper.