My Aoshima Apartments building got a Tomix 7-11 on the ground floor, and a lobby for the apartment complex itself. The lobby section is all scratchbuilt and is generally pretty spartan. However, I did paint some remnant strips of styrene in shades of tan and brown to simulate furniture. On the windows, packing tape is used to simulate window coverings.
3rd skyscraper scratch-build project. This building is still unfinished - and may never be! - but some of the interior work turned out pretty well. The below lobby was created using two remnant pieces of plastic from some kit to make flower boxes. The walls are inkjet printouts.
Faller b-905 and an unidentified German kit) again feature typical 'retail store' interiors. In this case, more of the 'shelving images' output with an inkjet printer and then glued to foam core and/or styrene or plastic scraps.
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On the ground floor of my Atlas Skyscraper, I installed an 'HMV' music store. Thinking a little bit about the difference in colors that a music store would have (compared to a market for example) helped to give this a pretty convincing look.
Hilltown Hotel" kitbash I added a Starburps.....
Burger Konig", which was another one of my very early attempts at back-lit signage and interior detailling, so not without a few learning experiences here....
And finally, this Tomix 4051 Square Office building became a car dealership. A few posters, some paint, cars and figures are enough to add some diversity to the retail and dining establishments of Quinntopia!