Sunday, February 8, 2015

Great Second Life Destinations: The Sumptuous Interiors of Craythorne Hall

Craythorne Hall is a baronial manor built in the English Baroque style that was popular in Britain in the late 17th century. It's Dutch-inspired brick work and detailing was particularly popular during this period. The gorgeous interiors of this mansion are what makes it so spectacular a destination to visit.

Each room is a masterpiece, with perfect color coordination and texture choice. I especially liked the ballroom which its large panted harpsichord which you can see above, and the ceiling detailing throughout the house- make sure to tilt your cameras up to appreciate this. I highly recommend you visit, especially if you like great historical and period design.


All photography, except for the animated GIF exterior show which is show as the last photograph in the posting uses Windlight Sky Setting !!JUICYBOMB.COM - Gogo Hearts SL, which gives a nice warm grey tone to both interior and exterior shots.  You can download all 5 Juicybomb windlight sky settings here:

To see more blog coverage of Craythorne Hall check out Pearl Grey's blog:

To see the gorgeous interiors of another period building, check out my article on Wilanow Palace:

The GIF animation below of the exterior of Crathorne Hall was made for 18 individuall frames using the online service using Windlight Sky Setting PaperSnow:

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