You’ve waited patiently and here they are !
After a week and a half of visits and votes, it is time to present the results of the 9th edition of Housing Week in Middle Earth !
Again I would like to thank all of the participants for this competition. Whether you were chosen for the final round or not, I hope you decide to participate again in future contests.
I would also like to take this opportunity to thank my wonderful members of the jury who have accompanied me for this contest, again ! :).
I gathered all the data and there were a total of 94 in the ballot box. Congratulations and thank you again !
As a reminder, the final score for each house is obtained by the average weighted score of the public (70%) and the jury (30%). The jury, alone, designates the winner of the Jury Prize: “Host of Middle-earth”.
Without further ado, here are the top five :
Audience average: 6.33 – Jury average: 6.66 – Final score: 6.43
“A pretty simple house welcoming to visitors.”
“A pretty elven house in Bree. Colorful, carefully decorated, this house has everything to please me.”
Audience average: 6.10 – Jury average: 7.33 – Final score: 6.48
“A very well decorated home. Really liked the Lorien table decorated with multiple items!”
“A pleasant, warm house. With great success in what I call an “indoor garden on a table”. Nice balance between originality and convenience.”
Audience average: 5.71 – Jury average: 8.5 – Final score: 6.54
“Nice art gallery. With beautiful compositions, and a certain sense of detail. The bedroom is also great.”
“Hobbit houses are – in my opinion – among the most difficult to decorate. Here there is really a technical research and a skilful mixture in the use of decoration items. Bravo!”
Audience average: 5.89 – Jury average: 8.16 – Final score: 6.57
“A very good idea to place the toilets inside and what a beautiful treasure room with a nice mix of decoration items !”
“A decoration that manages to make something of this vast space. Well done. The composition in the treasure room is superb.”
“Decorating a hobbit home is never simple, but here it is done successfully! The frozen treasure room is obviously a nice highlight for this house. Bravo!”
Audience average: 6.15 – Jury average: 7.66 – Final score: 6.61
“A dwarf house of fine craftsmanship, very well done. The chandelier position in the bedroom has even been adapted to people of small size.”
“No doubts possible, it is indeed a dwarf house! The central aisle is particularly successful and the house has a very complete general aspect. Everything is gathered here to make one of my favorites.”
“The decoration of this house suggests that there is more room behind the walls, and I like it.
The kitchen is nice, the room too. ”
I extend my congratulations to the winners of the 9th bi-annual Housing Week in Middle Earth :).
Finally, the Jury Prize, « Host of Middle-earth », which goes to the home with the most beautiful bedroom.
We decided to award this prize to Chromite.
“An awesome bedroom .”
“A very special bedroom. I really like the construction you did around the bed.”
“A practical, functional and particularly successful bedroom. The bedroom of a real Middle-earth warrior, no doubt about it! Congratulations!”
The rewards :
- Ivallaf – 1500 LotRO Points + Best House in the Neighbourhood Trophy
- Chromite – 1000 LotRO Points + Best House in the Neighbourhood Trophy
- Elainos – 1000 LotRO Points + Best House in the Neighbourhood Trophy
- Khaotil – 500 LotRO Points + Best House in the Neighbourhood Trophy
- Arvalileth – 500 LotRO Points
You’ll receive your rewards later today !
And so end this edition of Housing Week in Middle Earth.
Happy New Year everyone !
D&Co du Milieu