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Small but perfectly formed

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The “Stonehurst Redux” house by Galland Homes has a Land Impact of only 26 and it would  fit on a small plot. The floorplan  is beautifully thought out, with a spacious feel thanks to lots of tall windows, an outside balcony, compact internal staircase and open plan living.  Equally at home in the city or the countryside, it’s placed here within a town environment.


I thought it would be fun to furnish the Stonehurst and see how much I could get in.  It was quite a lot as you’ll see.  This is one side of the downstairs living area which is quite adequate to fit in a gorgeous retro compact kitchen from [tia] and minimalist dining set from Cheeky Pea.  The Chihuahua is there for size comparison, at least that’s his excuse waiting on the dining table for scraps!


Over to the opposite side and you can see the stairs going up to the first floor and a cosy lounge area furnished mostly by Revivial and MudHoney in typical Scandi style. There are a lot of windows which do give that indoors/outdoors feel but you could cover some of them with wooden blinds if you wanted to create more privacy in a particular area.


Upstairs now and I only furnished the far side of the first floor, you could fit in loads more. For instance,  a generous sized bed , small study area and small bathroom area behind room screens – they would all slot in easily.  I was really enjoying the two main textures of the walls – wood and stone – they compliment each other and give stability to a home which has a lot of ethereal glass.

The Scarlet Creative daybed (currently part of the Daisy gacha at June Arcade) is a little gem. All that style and work for a mere L$75 play of the machine, I think it was.  It is small (look at the Chihuahua on it) but like the Stonehurst house, it’s perfectly formed!


Here’s a close up on eTNIA‘s stunning retro Chinoiserie Vanity and Decor which is currently at the Vintage Fair and that Event runs to the end of the month. Ethnic and retro combine in this vanity set,  which isn’t always easy.  The Vase and Letters are extras from other designers. All the rest you get in eTNIA’s set and it’s reassuringly low prim.


Here’s details of the Home & Garden products I used:-

Stonehurst Redux by Galland Homes – LI 26 – at the Galland Homes Mainstore

Maya’s Buildings (HQ Mesh) – Trees, benches, pigeons and lampposts
Hayabusa Design – Bush Static Beach M17-1 v1-1 Group
CJ Creations – Flowerfield Purple dragon – 16 Plants in 1 only 1 Prim
{vespertine– vintage mailbox/red}
..::THOR::.. Bicycle Beyge + Pic-Nic Set COMMON
Road and paving – Moz & Arrchie

22769 ~ [Bauwerk] – Boxtree Terracotta – from Little Piece of Heaven gacha
22769 ~ [Bauwerk] – Boxtree Bush Terracotta


Open Plan downstairs:-

[tia] – Olivia Kitchen Set (complete, items also available separately)
Ariskea – {Australia} Macrame Rug

From May Deco(c)rate (Minimalist round)
HEXtraordinary – Garden Fountain
MudHoney – James Console Set – Console, Mirror, Lamp, Rug – Ink
Cheeky Pea – Kaye Dining Set – table, chair, vase, pendant light

[-BLUE SKY-] “Toscana Place Setting – Olive You”
What Next – Swiss Cheese Plant
.:revival:. –  linen sofa, beanbag, light branches and rug
Shutter Field – vintner tray – wine and cheese


eTNIA – Retro Chinoiserie Vanity and Decor – Vintage Fair

[ zerkalo ] Dream Away gacha  – Curtain
Raindale ~ Birdside chandelier (from Birdside gacha)
[Tia]  – Pandora Chair with texture change HUD for fabric and pillow

From June Arcade
Scarlet Creative – Daisy Side Table, Daisy Day Bed
JIAN – Cheeky Chihuahuas gacha 7. Tan Wanderer
Fancy Decor – Royce Collection gacha – 09 Carpet Hide Rug

dust bunny . woodland dreams gacha . hedgehog planter

Ariskea – [Blush] Teapot Peonie [Fushia]

Duvet Day – Letters tied with string (from Lace gacha)




Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!

Cheers, m’dears 🙂


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  1. Really nicely laid out with the furniture ~ thanks for sharing ~ great post as always


    17/06/2017 at 1:07 pm

  2. Nicely done Moz.. have to wait until I fully return to put my post together on this one. I was a little challenged on how to do it from an outside view. 🙂


    17/06/2017 at 2:01 pm

    • Thanks, Alexa 🙂 I tried the house on various surfaces and it went with quite a few, even green grass looked nice… so it’s very versatile. I decided on a town house in the end as I’ve done so much blogging in countryside settings lately and wanted to do something different.

      Moz Loordes

      17/06/2017 at 3:24 pm

  3. You have such a knack for decorating, Moz! This is the perfect house for me, your lay out makes me want to move in right away! 😀


    18/06/2017 at 12:34 pm

    • Awwws, thank you very much, Liz 🙂 The chihuahua says that can he move in with you, too!

      Moz Loordes

      18/06/2017 at 1:04 pm

      • The little guy can come visit me anytime! He’ll get free run of the yard, two long walks a day, and all the cuddling he can stand! Although I never think of a chihuahua as being that cuddly! 😀


        19/06/2017 at 12:44 pm

  4. Love it Moz! Reminds me of my very first SL home !

  5. you always give me great decorating ideas for both worlds!

  6. I love it. I could learn a few things, well a lot from you about how to do H&G justice, because you certainly do.


    28/06/2017 at 12:36 pm

    • Many thanks, Queen ❤ I have got better over the years, especially when I managed to get a great graphics card and started making my own windlight settings. My fav H&G blogger is Wendz Tempest and she is amazing, don't think I'll ever reach her standard 🙂

      Moz Loordes

      28/06/2017 at 12:46 pm

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