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I'm loving this design! Medieval is my gamer name. I love the time period. All except for the plauge part. I am thinking I need to add a medieval period room box to my intend to build list and my keep for me list.

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Thanks so much Medieval......these were candle sconces...took off hardware...this is the dry fit.  Finishing the door wall now...so will be mounting them soon.

Since this IS YOUR AREA...your input is valuable and THANK YOU.

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Well, I'm trying to think how you would put rushes on the flagstone floors. I wouldn't use a wood floor.  Wood paneling, wood doors, vaulted wood ceilings, but floors were flagstone (for sure the first floor) and rushes were used to sweeten the air. Periodically they were swept up and replaced. So if you are interested in that, I will think about a smoke and mirror effect to simulate that. That way you don't have to replace them. Lol

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Well some expert I am...lol.  here is what Wikipedia says

Rushbearing is an old English ecclesiastical festival in which rushes are collected and carried to be strewn on the floor of the parish church. The tradition dates back to the time when most buildings had earthen floors and rushes were used as a form of renewable floor covering for cleanliness and insulation. The festival was widespread in Britain from the Middle Ages and well established by the time of Shakespeare,[1] but had fallen into decline by the beginning of the 19th century, as church floors were flagged with stone. The custom was revived later in the 19th century and is kept alive today as an annual event in a number of towns and villages in the north of England.


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