Shotgun house: a narrow rectangular domestic residence, usually no more than about 12 feet (3.5 m) wide, with rooms arranged one behind the other and doors at each end of the house.
I grew up in a shotgun house, my grandmother's beach abode in a once small town which is now part of a megalopolis. One thing I like about this style of home is the absence of halls. Such a waste of space - halls :D.
The new by Dorian Lazy Dayx Cottage (I am thinking that might really be an "s" instead of an x but hey, I am a precise reporter) is definitely one of the the most well executed builds I have seen in awhile. It is a new release for RFL Home and Garden Expo.
Happily wider than that 3.5 meter real life average, you will need at least 36 x 15 meters of space for this beauty. Two big rooms at each end with outdoor porches and a side entry stairs make up the main area of the home. A small room with its own "tip out" area is perhaps meant to be a bathroom, but could also become a nursery, a sewing room, a library -- the choice is yours.
Interior walls are cheery pastels but you can tint to accommodate your preferences.
My summery dress hales from O V H at Tres Chic. The Gisela Dress comes in various mini hud packs and in fits for Belleza, Maitreya and Slink as well as legacy fitted mesh.
AND -- there is a version of this dress in fun white and gold stripe as a gift, so don't miss picking that up. This is a perfect dress for our warm months to come.
Also at Tres Chic, this =DeLa*= Fitted Mesh Hair "Maree", a casual and feminine style.
My top pose with cute little squirrel is from Luane's World as a Tres Chic birthday gift.
The Mesh Cloud on Hope 2. A hud let's you control wind movement.
This is a RFL donation item so easy to find.
Poses by: Luane's World and Helamiyo