A boy at the window

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Working on the facade

Medieval, Tudor and Jacobean doll's house blog - theinfill - the boy at the window

I’ve been working this week on the area directly below the corridor off the sitting room.

But what about that office I was building?

I’d love to be adding the rest of the office at this point but to do that I need to build the porch because the other half of the room is in it.  I would’ve done this now but decided to define the space it will be going in better before starting.  And to do that, the rest of the frontage needs to exist.

The boy at the window

First catch your window

I’ve always imagined a fairly continuous line of window going down the front, just offset from centre.  The newly built corridor and the area below it are it, so it’s window time again.  The downstairs window has always had, in my mind’s eye, a figure sitting and reading.

Owning up

I’m not planning to have this window (plus boy) as a removable section, though I’m hoping to make the upstairs corridor window slide out.

Medieval, Tudor and Jacobean doll's house blog - theinfill - the boy at the window

So this is probably the last time we’ll ever see the back of the boy in the window

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