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Another couple of inches of space worked

theinfill - Medieval, Tudor, Jacobean dolls house blog - Long Gallery a turn on the stair

Non-opening doorway to the next floor hides the run of the wiring

The wiser decision would have been to block off the steps coming up with a doorway too, or a curtain, but I became fixated with the idea of the rising curve of the stairs adding a short view down and away whilst the T shape of the Long Gallery takes the eye off in the other direction.  Taken together they increase the feeling of openness.  Well, once fixated what’s a body to do but have ago?

theinfill - Medieval, Tudor, Jacobean dolls house blog - Long Gallery a turn on the stair

Open in two directions relieving the look of a closed door in the centre

And on the outside of the window

theinfill - Medieval, Tudor, Jacobean dolls house blog -external wall surface to Long Gallery a turn on the stair

Time to move on to the other walls and I’d best paper the ceiling, having tailored a reinforced cardboard contraption to fit the rather large space. What’s the guessing whether it will still fit when it’s papered over?

 

 

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