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May 24, 2016

Highland Hearth

Since the fire aspect plays such a vital role in medieval times, I made a free standing cooking stove with animated fire. Simply put three objects together and your castle kitchen or tavern gets that smokey, sooty atmosphere. The fire logs have 8 slots, thus you can place the kettle and other objects all over the surface. Additionally, the set includes matching walls. Basegame compatible. For convenience, all three meshes are filed under Appliances > Cooking for 600 S. Shows up on Community lots, too.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh, Lady Lama!!!!! This is fabulous! I have castles just waiting for this hearth!
I am so glad to see you back!

Lisa (Red Sonja)

rugrat0ne said...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, as always! Now I need to go redecorate some taverns...

rugs

Ray Nuss said...

Oh Ingrid, this is absolutely beautiful. I was just thinking the other day how much I miss your updates. They are always so unique and clever. Thank you so very much.

Amy said...

Gorgeous! Any chance you will make recolors? I'd love more recolors to match some of your older walls.

Anonymous said...

Meine liebste Lady Lama...

Ich danke Ihnen sehr! Ihre Kreationen sind immer wunderbar gestaltete. Mein Download Ordner ist ungefähr bereit zu platzen, weil ihre großen Werke.

Danke!

Anonymous said...

Wonderful work and awesome hearth.
Love you creations: they are excellent.

Fata Morgana from Cradle of Darkness

Xia said...

It's so grand and beautiful and creates such a wonderful atmosphere! ~Xia from PBK

Evelyn said...

Gorgeous, I am just watching Outlander and planning a trip to Scotland. This is fabulous as always Ingrid.
Thanks!
epo

Pen said...

This is fabulous, Ingrid! Thanks so much! (Also, your preview images are always so fantastic.)

Anonymous said...

Freeasabird. this is amazing! I can only hope to mesh something this impressive :-)

Amy said...

I made a recolor of a fence that uses this texture Ingrid, just wanted to let you know. It's available at MTS2.

Anonymous said...

Brilliant as always, Ingrid. Thank you. We can never have too many fire places!
~ Niamh (PBK)