This house was inspired by one of my Dungeons & Dragons characters. It is the home of Serafina Vesta, a cleric, and her husband Baeddon, an aritst. This is the first building I've made that has a full interior. The roof lifts off in two sections to reveal the first and second floors of the house. There are a lot of pictures here, so please be patient.
About this creation
This view of the back of the house shows the garden.
This is the left side of the house and lot.
This is the right side of the house and lot.
The side gate allows backyard access for horses, carts, etc.
The gazebo is a great place to relax with a book on a sunny afternoon.
The shed holds shovels, brooms, etc., for keeping the garden in good condition.
Having a backyard well means Serafina and Saylah don't have to haul water from the public well down the street.
What Elvish garden would be complete without a fountain?
The pigs and chickens look content in their pen.
A grocer makes deliveries in his wagon.
In any city where transportation is mainly by horse, griffin, etc., there are fellows like this who walk the streets with their cards scooping up...well, you know.
A visiting wizard rides a griffin. Flying is restricted within city limits.
This view of the master bedroom shows Serafina's dressing table.
Here we see the evidence of daily life: a coin purse on a dresser, an abandoned sock next to the bed.
The doorways between rooms are arched.
Here we see Serafina tidying the sitting room.
This is another view of the sitting room.
This is Saylah, the serving girl. Employed at age eight, she will stay with the Vestas for six years, after which they will pay for an apprenticeship in a profession of her choosing.
This is the far end of the kitchen.
This is the eating area.
The wine and ale are plentiful: wine for Serafina and Baeddon and ale for visiting dwarves and half-orcs.
A lone croissant waits in the oven to be transferred to a cooling rack.
When closed, the cellar door sits flush with the floor.
When the door is opened, we see the stairs down to the cellar.
This bookcase holds some of Serafina's precious books.
This desk was one of the first pieces of furniture I made for the house, even before the walls were up!
This end of the main hall shows the back door, a seatee, and the positions of the bookcase and desk.
This fireplace is in the main hall.
Here we see the spiral staircase that leads to the second story.
The family pet is Camden, a pseudodragon. His favourite perch is next to one of the upstairs fireplaces.
Baeddon is working on a sculpture for one of his wealthier clients.
Here we have artworks in progress. The white door in the upper right of this photo leads to low-ceiling storage. There is one in each corner of the upper story.
This corner is where Serafina does her meditation and prayers.
This is Saylah's room. It is located next to one of the upstairs fireplaces to ensure warmth throughout the winter.
Wow Pennie this is outstanding! Your detail to attention is amazing! Seriously....who thinks of a sculpture chiseling marble?? Or a pooper scooper dude....LMAO excellent! I see 2 1X1 gold chrome rounds.....didn't know they existed, will have to see about grabbing a few.
Wow so much amazing detail. I love all the patterned tiled floors and the steps down to the cellar. The beds are just beautiful and all the furniture is really well designed. Lovely work on the outside of the house too, it has a wonderful enchanting feel to it.