Suffering from decorator’s block? There are many creative ideas to be found around D&Co!
Don’t know what to do with that table you found on one of your adventures in Gondor? Maybe we can help you find the inspiration!
After several competitions here at D&Co du Milieu we have seen some wonderful creativity. If you are in need of a boost to the artistic spirit you’ve come to the right place.
This page will be updated regularly during my discoveries. (Last Update : 11/26/2018)
These ideas have mainly been created by the decorators who have participated in previous competitions on the French website. I have also made my own contributions in addition to selecting the best of what I have found.
You cannot pass !
When it comes to steering your visitors in other directions ideas are not lacking. Feel free to use barrels, bookcases, and tapestries to hide your secret corners from view.
Opt for a more functional sleeping quarter or create your own royal chambers in Middle Earth. The bedside book is always a simple, yet effective decorating tool, while Khaotil decided to go all in for the X-Creator competition with his “Blue Sleep”!
A table with nothing on it is a lonely table indeed. Remember to use LOTRO’s x-y-z moving system to give your empty table some company.
Have a drink and get creative with the bar in your home! Here are some ingenious examples of how to build a bar in Middle Earth. Move the tables around to create corners and don’t hesitate to put a pint or four on them using shelves or even other tables! A simple barstool and shelf also create a simple yet functional bar area.
Want to show off your impressive map collection? Why not assemble them in a way that highlights the beauty of your scholarly hobby?!
In the days of the ship-kings!
A little creativity can go a long way to building your perfect tribute to the ocean and those who have braved them. A reflective pool is the ideal starting for showcasing the ship models you’ve worked so hard to attain. Go further by adding flowers, crystals, and rocks for a sublime experience at sea. If you prefer your models not to get wet, a high seas rug should do the trick instead!
Decorating is art. Imagine and express.