Note : This contest took place back at a time when the English version of the website did not exist, therefore I offer here a quick translation (Google Translator is used, sorry!).

Theme: Human House

Address : 6, Chestnut Street
Neighborhood : Queltoit – Bree-Land
Language & Server : French – Sirannon

A few word from the homeowner: Hello !
It is with pleasure that I come to apply for your personal home contest!
As a city dweller in Minas Thirith, since the end of the war I decided to leave the noise and the crowd to turn to the charming countryside of the Bree country. Having not, however, give up my wealth and comfort I brought all my furniture in my new home.
Numenorean style furniture is massive and richly decorated, in fact the light of the different chimneys and candelabra make it shine and sublimate it
I like to receive friends and welcome them on a good table to make them forget the long days of horse riding since Minas Thirith, also the main room is it especially studied for the receptions with in appendix a library or one can read, smoke and drink after a good meal!
Originally from the citadel, I am very attached to our alarm lights so you can notice the wink to them in the candelabra of the main room!
I join you a double of the key, make yourself at home, I have an excellent red hills dagorlad that goes very well with game country bree! I would love to make you discover it if you do not know it yet!


D&Co’s Photo Report

Exterior

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Interior

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3 Comments

  1. I really like how you have created a bar setup here. I have been trying to think of ways to set up a drawing room / bar / wine drinking area in my house and this gives me some ideas.

    I have a question. How did you place all of those mugs and a candle on the Gondorian trunk table? Did you put another table or a shelf in the same place as the Gondorian table so that it looks like everything is sitting on the Gondorian table?

    Thanks very much!

    Nisha

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