Sunday, 25 December 2011

Vævergården or maybe the Weaver´s lodge

Weaver´s Lodge is at least what the name meens. This house will be so far the last in the row of old stone houses from around th 1770´ies. I guess I´m in the mood for something more uptodate next.
Vævergården is today used as a kindergarden which is why I have made it a place, where children are welcomed, where the garden is a place where it´s allowed to climb in the trees, where things don´t have to look tidy all the time.
CC: Cottage thatch roofing by Apple, TSR
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This house has a ground floor with a hall, a sittingroom, a bathroom, a kitchen and a diningroom.
On the first floor you´ll find a master bedroom, and 3 small childrens´ bedrooms + a bathroom and an upper hall. The garden is full of toys and is actually rather messy, but who cares as long as it´s nice to play in :-)

Or maybe you´ll prefer an empty shell of the house? Get it in my Helter-Shell-ter-section

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