Today is the last day of my largest parcel (2912 sq.m.); tier will expire in a few hours (maybe even before I finish this post) and the land will revert to its pseudo-owner. From now on I’ll be trying to live in a smaller plot while I wait for a chance to get a decent waterfront parcel with direct access to the open seas in Nautilus… if ever that comes true. Anyway, here are a few shots of the soon-to-be former plot for the “family album”.
The house is #06 from Ouchi-Ya ++HY’s++, a small store and cafe based on Bay City. I’ve been a fan of their buildings for quite some time now since they design small structures with a low prim count. The buildings are mostly prim-based, though they have started to add mesh elements recently. In its original state, this one is basically a one-room, single floor house, but I modified it a little bit, and created four separate rooms to accommodate a living room, dining room, kitchen and full bathroom in the first floor, and a bedroom in an upper level.
I wasn’t going to post these pictures since (1) they don’t include any new garden product, which is the main topic of this blog, (2) I’m hardly a decent interior decorator –not to be so rude with myself and say that I suck big time in that department–, and (3) I’ve been concentrating in other matters as to spend too much time on this subject, yet there are a few products worth pointing out, such as, in the picture above (from left to right):
- Trompe L’oeil – Pallet chair (brown, with blanket)
- Dysfunctional Designs – round garden bed with yellow flowers (group freebie)
- PILOT – Potted plant shelves, Garden tools & Garden supplies
- MudHoney – Standing pillows
- Cheeky Pea – Sara picnic basket (spring)
- Tatty Soup – Lowe rug (plum; Tatty Soup is no more, but you can find this designer’s stuff at her new store, Junk)
- Alouette – Homemade tent (I think this was a Lazy Sunday release, but it’s on her store at regular price)
And here we have the most “unnatural” thing in SL: a bathroom (unless it’s for cybersex of course), but I love both that toilet and the shower, so why not put them out of my inventory? The toilet in particular, with all that decoration, is just 2 LI, so now you know why it’s a must show.
- Dutchie – Vintage copper shower, bathrobe (white, modified to look blue-grey), classic medicine cabinet & bathroom mat
- LAQ Decor ~ Toilet (white)
- bitter vanilla – Disinfection bowl
This is how the house interior looks like, with the improvised second level and bedroom.
And this is part of the”backyard”, with LISP’s Persimmon Summerhouse and Cheeky Pea’s Deconstructed chairs dominating the scene. Other elements:
- Cheeky Pea – Bowl planter, Deconstructed side table, Ansel wall art frames & Ansel console table
- MudHoney – Melissa drink tray
- The Loft – Wagon table (bleached)
- Culprit – Heirloom rug
- Trompe L’oeil – Steampunk lamp (gacha)
- M&M Deco – Calathea #3
- 22769 ~ [bauwerk] – Fabric lamp (ceiling mounting)
- what next – Vintage poster (Libraire) & Row of books
- keke – Summer bottle
- MonkeyWorks – Potted plant
- Anaconda S – Pot plant #7
- LISP – Ygritte reclaimed divider (natural mirror, modded to add transparency effect)
- Tartessos Arts – Panorama telescope
If I were normal like most people, I would keep this house and plot for a long time. But no, I couldn’t stay in the same plot for more than three months… The hell!