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This blog started with us creating Narnia in our attic.  It’s been a couple years since then, and Narnia is well-loved and well-lived-in by our three grandchildren.  Now that it’s not brand new, it seemed like a good time to revisit it and see how it’s worn, so to speak.

Heading up the stairs–Aslan’s Tent is on the right, the rest of Narnia on the left.

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The door to Aslan’s Tent.

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I like to say that Aslan’s Tent is done in Rococco-Morocco style.

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I had the builder add a small window at the top of the stairs to give a sneak-peek at Narnia, and I think the Gothic touch fits Cair Paravel.

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Unlike the books, our Wardrobe is located in Cair Paravel because, after all, this is a floor plan in a house–not an actual world!

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Although the books never mention it, I’m sure there was a Library in Cair Paravel, because every castle must have a library.

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Around the corner of the left-hand edge of the above photo is the door to The Lodge.

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Inside, The Lodge should meet the approval of any dam-building rodent!

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Across Cair Paravel is Spare Oom, which is more in its craft mode now (meaning a mess) than its guest room mode.  But it does clean up nice.

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Word Press seems to have choked on all these photos, so I’ll wait for the next post to go on through the Wardrobe into Narnia proper.

 

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