Display Mats

Display Mats

Choosing a suitable model village display mat

There’s no doubt that model villages are one of the most charming Christmas decoration going, however without a suitable base all of your hard work may go to waste, after all, which period street had a polished mahogany table as its road? So before you even consider which items it is that you’ll purchase for your miniature world of festive magic you need to first find the perfect base.

The road for the street from any era

If you want a flexible model village base which you can easily use for a period scene this year and a more modern scene next year then you may want to take a look at either the large brick road or the cobblestoned street.

The road for the street from the Victorian era

There are various period model village themes that prove popular, however many opt for the traditional model village scenes from Victorian times. For model villages such as this we have the large pebble road.

The base for practically any miniature display

If you find that the cobbled street and the pebble display mats don’t suit the miniature world that you’ve created then you should look towards our general display platform. This snow covered display not only acts as a wintery setting upon which you can place your figures, but it additionally provides two tiers, so that you can really create a display that features certain shops or figures as the star of the show.

Top tips for doing your model village justice

To make the most from any model village scene there are certain elements that you’ll need to get right to achieve the right combination. As such you’ll need the following:

Figures

Lighting (either themed, such as street lights or star netting lighting, or lights that are separate from the display, such as spotlights)

Buildings for high streets or structures for park scenes (such as gazebos or skate hire booths)

Finishing touches for your background scenery (such as fencing, trees, fountains, bus stops and benches)

Contrary to their title model villages don’t just have to be the typical high street scene. Amongst our ranges you’ll find items to create park scenes, model village train tracks, fairgrounds and carnivals, ice rinks and even nativity scenes.

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  1. Large Pebble Road
    Large Pebble Road
    Special Price £2.39 Regular Price £2.99
  2. Large Pebble Display Mat
    Large Pebble Display Mat
    Special Price £11.99 Regular Price £14.99

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Display Mats

Choosing a suitable model village display mat

There’s no doubt that model villages are one of the most charming Christmas decoration going, however without a suitable base all of your hard work may go to waste, after all, which period street had a polished mahogany table as its road? So before you even consider which items it is that you’ll purchase for your miniature world of festive magic you need to first find the perfect base.

The road for the street from any era

If you want a flexible model village base which you can easily use for a period scene this year and a more modern scene next year then you may want to take a look at either the large brick road or the cobblestoned street.

The road for the street from the Victorian era

There are various period model village themes that prove popular, however many opt for the traditional model village scenes from Victorian times. For model villages such as this we have the large pebble road.

The base for practically any miniature display

If you find that the cobbled street and the pebble display mats don’t suit the miniature world that you’ve created then you should look towards our general display platform. This snow covered display not only acts as a wintery setting upon which you can place your figures, but it additionally provides two tiers, so that you can really create a display that features certain shops or figures as the star of the show.

Top tips for doing your model village justice

To make the most from any model village scene there are certain elements that you’ll need to get right to achieve the right combination. As such you’ll need the following:

Figures

Lighting (either themed, such as street lights or star netting lighting, or lights that are separate from the display, such as spotlights)

Buildings for high streets or structures for park scenes (such as gazebos or skate hire booths)

Finishing touches for your background scenery (such as fencing, trees, fountains, bus stops and benches)

Contrary to their title model villages don’t just have to be the typical high street scene. Amongst our ranges you’ll find items to create park scenes, model village train tracks, fairgrounds and carnivals, ice rinks and even nativity scenes.