The Gnome Home: Part 2

prep for the exterior plaster includes attaching screeds to the top and bottom

prep for the exterior plaster includes attaching screeds to the top and bottom

prepping interior for plaster by attaching burlap to areas that need more "tooth" for the plaster to attach to.

prepping interior for plaster by attaching burlap to areas that need more “tooth” for the plaster to attach to.

first wall plastered

first wall plastered

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getting dark

getting dark but still working hard

exterior plaster finished.. gnomes on guard

stones added to the base of the timbers for aesthic and to added moisture barrier.. gnomes on guard

the interior was plastered with a gray clay for a brighter feel because it is a small space

the interior was plastered with a gray clay for a brighter feel because it is a small space

ceiling boards installed with salvage insulation from the lodge

ceiling boards installed with salvage insulation from the lodge. please excuse the tv (an extension cord is run and its used for an occasional movie :)

peek inside

peek inside

stump stairs

stump stairs

natural hand rail built

natural hand rail built

view from the bottom of the hill

view from the bottom of the hill

curtains sewed

curtains sewed

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journey to the gnome home

journey to the gnome home

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4 thoughts on “The Gnome Home: Part 2

  1. Stacey,
    Your gnome home is awesome! Congratulations on completing it. I bet that feels good :)
    The inside looks great with the shelf and window trim details. And those skinny windows seem to work well.
    Hope all is well

    — Chris Marion

    • Hey Chris! Thank you :) It was great living there while it was completed for a little while. Now Bradley calls it home while he is at Apro. He is the gnome lol. I am still getting my feet on the ground but once I do I am going to take off running. Hope all is well with you!

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