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And gone has the other wall

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And gone has the other wall
The wall that divided the balcony from the livingroom has been torn down also. It was a bit harder than the bedroomwall so I ended up with two pieces. No problem at all, I can't re-use it anyway. Now I have some ideas what to do with the window: The bathroom is rather dark. Or the roof could use a baywindow? I also removed the stairs temporary.
Posted on June 14, 2017 Full Size

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Kitty
3:09 AM on June 15, 2017 
theinfill.wordpress.com says...
I know the stairs are coming back but isn't it strange - walls can go etc but it's when the stairs disappear that the 'houseness' fades?


Well, as a child I used to have a dollhouse without stairs and my inhabitants weer able to slide up and down via the outside walls :)
But I prefer realistic things now, that is why I even made the stairs opening bigger.
This is a strange house though according to Dutch standards: bathroom and kitchen downstairs and a rather big hallway that makes it somehow impossible to define the room: is it a hallway or is it an extra tiny living space?
theinfill.wordpress.com
2:54 AM on June 15, 2017 
I know the stairs are coming back but isn't it strange - walls can go etc but it's when the stairs disappear that the 'houseness' fades?

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