Blossom Cottage celebrates all that is good and all that is lovely about spring. From her rosy coloured walls, to the freshly cut flower sprays that surround the house she is an homage to all things, fresh, abundant, sunny and hopeful. This is all about the end of winter, the end to long dark nights and cold, miserable days. I have been inspired in this build by the early arrival of spring in my own Real Life garden, with an abundance of birds, daffodils and crocuses springing up everywhere. It will therefore come as no surprise to learn that I am definitely a spring/summer type of girl, a glass half full kinda chick and without question so is this new cottage.
She’s all about hazy lazy, spring and summer days, spending, still, relaxed hours with friends, sipping cool Rosé wine, quaffing cocktails or Mint Juleps on the porch and doing absolutely nothing except soaking up the sun.
So now that you’ve seen some photos, you are now hopefully eager for more information, including what she has to offer the discerning buyer and where you can buy this new spring flower.
The exterior is finished off in a subtle but warm shade of blush pink, complete with a garland of spring flowers and ivy adorning the base of the walls. This is an unashamedly, unapologetically feminine house, complete with an equally feminine and 100% original mesh accessories pack.
These accessories include; mesh wrought iron chairs with sit, chat and drink animations, perfect for kicking back with friends and mulling over the week’s events plus, big generous pots of roses, French inspired prints, chandeliers, lights, Bistro tables and ambient sounds. You will get enough decor to get you started on creating a perfect spring and summer retreat.
She also has the usual ‘Moco Emporium’ texture change panel, making matching your decor to your moods really easy.
A part mesh, all original build coming in at a 183 LI. This combination of mesh and prims gives you maximum scope to modify and adapt the build to suit your needs, whilst still giving you the low land impact that is so essential in Second Life. You’ll still have plenty of space left over for your other furnishings and landscaping.
BUT as always please make sure that when you do make any modifications you are confident in what you’re doing as mesh operates very differently to prims and always take a copy of your cottage. Please read the manual, I always say this and it always falls on deaf ears! For more information on mesh and store policies follow these links.
Part Mesh LI = 183
Footprint = 32 x 30 (but variable)
Accessories Pack LI = 120 (variable)
- Copiable with some copy/mod items
- Rugs copy/mod
- Photo Frames copy/mod
- And more
Lots of outdoor space and light
The layout, which you can of course change is;
- Downstairs ~ living area, conservatory, patio and kitchen area
- Upstairs ~ Large bedroom, large bathroom, study area and balcony
- Privacy windows (via the texture control panel)
- Lockable doors (read the manual : )
- The house comes as a single build
Texture Change Panel;
- Texture change control panel to make redecorating easier but the house is copy/mod so you can add your own textures as well
- The Texture Change Panel will change; the internal walls, floors, curtains and window privacy settings
The house comes as a single build (there are no separate, unlinked doors in any of my cottages!) so it is easy to place and move without the need for a rezzer.
The accessories do come with a simple rezzer so just follow the instructions to rez and to store once everything is in place. The recently completed Vintage Kitchen and Vintage Desk Sets would also work well with this cottage.