Hurrah!

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Three ‘hats’ on and lighting tested

The lining paper I’ve been using for the ceilings might accurately be called ‘argumentative’.  It knows what it wants to do and you have to encourage and tease it into some other posture, as it were.

Now have ceilings on the three room spaces that run in a row from front to back, from the daughter’s bedroom to the bathroom.  Directly behind the small bedroom at the front is the enclosed upper hallway which can only be viewed through the doorways of the other rooms.

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Fully ceiling-ed landing at top of the stairs

Then we have the shockingly pink bathroom.

Still working on some way to be able to get to that wiring area once the roof is built!

Playing around a bit

While the lighting was on I revisited other bits of the house too 🙂

Have a seat – take the weight of your feet, but careful you don’t sit on the knitting needles.

 

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  1. I find your entire build an Absolute Delight! It not only has character but a sense of the warmth of many people actually living in it. Your lighting makes a big difference to the general atmosphere but even with the lights off, you still get a sense of ongoing activity- “HURRAH” indeed!

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