Stove

Written by: Siobhan of Legends

The top chest is the “necessities” where the 2nd chest shown is the decor I’m using for the shelving.Items Needed:

  • 8 Wooden Benches
  • 6 Wooden Chairs
  • 2 Chests
  • 2 Spellbooks
  • 2 Heater Sheilds
  • 1 Dye Tub (with blue dye showing)
  • 3 Plain Plates (2 for deco, 1 nec)
  • 1 Spider Silk
  • 1 Fork, left
  • 1 Knife, left
  • 1 Pan of Cookies
  • 1 Wooden Shield
  • 1 Tamborine
  • 1 Skillet
  • (5 other decorative kitchen items)

The Decorator’s Tool is needed.

This is not an overly difficult decorative piece aside from the number of pieces needed to create it. It ends up offering 2 hidden storage containers but you can add more on the shelving by using baskets or wooden boxes.This decorative piece is for a west wall only.
We will start on the northern most tile. Place 1 of the wooden chairs and lock it down. The back of the chair should be on the north side.Stack another wooden chair on this tile. Turn the chair so the back of the chair is on the west side. Raise it 4 placements.

Place one of the pitchers of ale on the tile. Lock it down and raise it 1 placement.

Place another decorative item on the pile – lock it down and raise it 7 times. I used another pitcher, this time of wine for color difference.Place another wooden chair. Lock it down and make sure the back of the chair is on the west side. Raise it 10 times with the deco tool.
Place another deco item on the pile and lock it down. Raise it 12 times with the deco tool. I used a pitcher of water this time, again for color difference.Now, place a bench on the tile and lock it down. Make sure it is turned facing east and raise it to the top of the stack. This should be 14 times.
Now, its time to begin building the next tile over.Now, time to add the cooking food and hood to the burner.

Place a bench down and secure it. Make sure it is facing east and raise it to match the height of the bench at the top of the first stack.

Next place the heater shield. Lock it down and raise it till it is just under the raised bench.

Now, we will work on the bottom half of the burner. First, place one of the chests down and secure it. If it is not facing east, turn it with the deco tool.Next, place a bench. Lock it down and turn it to be east facing if necessary.

Now, follow that up with a spellbook and another bench. Lock both of those down.

Lower the spellbook 1 placement and then lower the bench on top of the spellbook 1 placement. Lower the bottom bench 1 placement as well

Place the pan of cookies and raise them 2 placements. Next is the tamborine. Place it, lock it down and raise it 2 placements.Now, add the wooden shield. Raise it 3 times.

Now add your skillet. Lock it down and raise it 6 placements.

We are finished with the first burner and are ready to start on the 2nd.First, place a bench and raise it to the top, as you did before. Follow it with the heater shield, again, same as before.

Again, same as before place a chest and lock it down. Make sure it is facing east. Top it with a bench, spellbook and another bench and lower those 3 items 1 time with the deco tool.

Now place the dying tub and raise it 1 time. After that, place a plain plate. Lock it down and raise it 2 placements.Place the knife. You will need to use the Ctrl-Shift Trick to lock it down and raise it 4 times.

Now, do the same with the fork, raising it 5 times.

The last tid bit on this stack is the spider silk – or the steam from your dying tub pot. Place the spider silk, lock it down and raise it 3 times.

Refresh your house. If the silk shifts down a placement, raise it up 1 more time.

We are finally ready to start the last tile of the design. First, place a wooden chair. This time, make sure the back of the chair is facing south.On top of this chair I placed 2 plates for deco. If you use the 2 plates, raise the bottom plate 3 placements, then raise what was the 2nd placed plate (the one now on bottom) 1 placement. 5
On the stack, place another wooden chair. Lock it down and turn it so the back is on the west side. Raise it 5 times.Place another decorative item – for me its a bowl of peas, raising it 7 times.

Place the last wooden chair onto the pile and lock it down. Turn it so the back is on the west wall and raise it 10 times with the deco tool.

Only a few more steps!I’m going to add a bowl of potatoes as a decorative shelf item next. Lock it down and raise it 12 placements with the deco tool.

Now, we are adding the last bench! Add it to the stack and lock it down. Turn it so it is facing east in case it didn’t fall that way.

Raise the bench flush with the rest of the decorative piece.

Dye it any color you wish or leave plain.

Note: if you use different shelf items, the raising and lowering could be different.Always refresh your house by leaving and coming back OR by saddling up a mount.
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