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Elegant Furniture


The Elegant Furniture set contains eleven pieces to assemble freestanding shelves, table, single and two seater chairs and beds. These are designed to be used with the Clorehaven city product line of building tiles but can also be used for populating scenes in mansions, castles and libraries for tabletop skirmish and role-playing games.

This set is designed to print on FDM printers at 0.1 resolution.

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This product is delivered as a .ZIP file pack containing STL files for use on a home 3D Printer. The files are set to 28mm scale but can be rescaled before printing.


The rogue tiptoed through the master bedroom to find the stolen amulet. The Baron’s mansion was filled with the most expensive furniture imported from the elven lands. The mission called for being discreet, but surely the rich snob could afford to donate a few items to a worthy cause.


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Layer Height

.1 high quality


Prints without Supports

3 questions for Elegant Furniture

  1. jonathanahans

    Hello! I was wondering, do any of these pieces need supports?? The chair and sofa look like they’d need them. :O

  2. jonathanahans

    I know the sofa comes in two parts to print supportless, but the chair doesn’t. Can I still print it as is, without supports? Or is there a split version that was supposed to be in the files that wasn’t added?

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      Yes the chair can be printed without supports.

  3. Shaun Kantor (verified owner)

    What color scheme did you use for the chair and sofa?

    • Nicholas Jebson (verified owner)

      It has certainly been a while since they were painted! I think it was a Khaki colour with a seraphim sepia wash and then dry-brushed back over, with a final lighter highlight like skeleton bone. The green was Angel Green followed by Greenskin from Army Painter

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