Wattle and Daub

Today we bring you an interior shot from the HISA – The Windburrow. The interior walls of this house are done in a wattle and daub style which was very common historically.

Wattle and daub is a composite building method used for making walls and buildings, in which a woven lattice of wooden strips called wattle is daubed with a sticky material usually made of some combination of wet soil, clay, sand, animal dung (as mentioned yesterday, even more poop) and straw. Wattle and daub has been used for at least 6,000 years and is still an important construction method in many parts of the world. Many historic buildings include wattle and daub construction.

So now that you have had your history lesson, you can head on over to Simply Shelby and grab up the 18th Century Hall Bench which would be right at home in a roleplay or modern setting. What was old is new again !


Simply Shelby – 18th Century Hall Bench
Simply Shelby – Fur Rug – dark brown
Simply Shelby – Red Wine Goblet
Simply Shelby – Rustic Hanging Axe
Simply Shelby – Rustic Hanging Candlesticks
Simply Shelby – Spindle Table
HISA – The Windburrow


ANGELICUS – Old Counter small
ANGELICUS – Old shield & sword -Runes
ANGELICUS – Rune table *modified
ANGELICUS – Shield with weapons
ANGELICUS – Table for two
ANGELICUS – Treasure chest
ANGELICUS – Viking fireplace with drakkar
ANGELICUS – Wheel Lamp

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Items or Poses marked with an * have been modified for the photo.
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