Second Life Houses Poldercottage in white
The Hedwigepolder is a charming Dutch farmer cottage with steep-slope roofs and stepped gables. The roof peaks slag with age. The gray tiled floors are rich with the patina accrued from generations of footsteps upon their cool surface. Faded and aging paint on old plaster walls complement the floors.
Leading to the upper floor of the Second Life cottage is an iron spiral staircase. The attic’s partially exposed skeleton consists of large ancient timbers shaded in all the right places. The timbers frame the bare painted walls.
More Information about Dutchie’s premiere Second Life cottage
I named the Second Life cottage after land the Dutch had reclaimed from the sea in 1907. They re-flooded this area for environmental and political reasons.
The Hedwigepolder cottage comes in a brown version too. I also offer all furniture I picture in the house separately.
The Biedermeier sofa is a mesh couch with beautiful custom textures and baked shadows. I filled the lounge with smooth, realistic long animations. It has seven colors of fabric, with great attention to details yet only 11 prims.
The sofa can seat two people and offers 18 single and 18 couple animations in 3 menus: sit, cuddle and kiss. There are 11 wearable items inside like books, wine, coffee, newspapers, popcorn, and laptops. The sofa will offer you these when you come to the right animation. There are no pose balls, just sit anywhere on the table, and the menu appears.
Dutchie’s kitchen table is a linked mesh set with a color changeable table cloth. The set consists of a table, two chairs, a table cloth, lamp, and plant.
The table can seat two people. You can play 30 of the animations solo, and there are 22 couple animations. Seven animations come with rezzer scenes like coffee, cookies, lunch, chess and more. There are 14 wearable items inside. The table looks best with the light on. Click the lamp on three settings, low, bright and off.
The Dutch kitchen can seat two people and offers 24 animations. You can play 21 of the animations solo, and there are 12 couple animations. Among them are working animations like doing the dishes, stirring, frying and chopping. The kitchen also contains relaxing animations like drinking coffee, talking, hugging and kissing. Six animations come with rezzer scenes. There are 11 wearable items inside.
Click on the wood part of the chimney to change up to five colors of wood. There are three versions with different chimneys in this package: one with a short white chimney, one with a long white chimney and one in the color of the walls of the Hedwigepolder.
I textured this fine mesh Clawfoot bathtub in antique porcelain with exquisite brass claw feet and faucet. The PG bath has a relaxing menu with ten single and 20 couple animations, like bathing, shaving, massage, read, wine and more. Ten couple and three single animations come with a rezzer scene of candles. The tub supplies items like glasses or a book when the right animation plays.
The bed offers the unparalleled luxury of pure silk sheets, color changeable in 8 different combinations. I support the bed with a cast iron frame changeable in 4 different color metals.
I packed our summer beds with the smoothest, cutest, long, high-quality animations in Second Life. This bed offers ten cute solo animations. It also offers 30 sweet couple animations like breakfast, watching tv, chocolate, drinks, reading books and newspapers, laptops, chess, candles, having a good cry and much, much more. You can play some of the couple animations solo as well. It has 11 rezzing scenes and six wearable items.
Run the faucet and the water starts running and the sink fill up. The sink console contains ten single animations and five wearable items.
The seats include ten separate animations and seven colors fabric.
The lamps have three settings: low, bright and off.