The last post we toured the first floor, now lets explore the hall as we go upstairs.
Where the stairs, exposed plaster, and ceiling intersect.
The first landing. I used lime plaster to create a joining half circle and parabola. It’s on top of the exposed base plaster.
Also on the first landing is the ‘negative’ casting pattern which is recessed into the wall. You can just make out the lime plaster circle to the right.
The sexy handrail at the second landing.
Looking towards the east wall and the second landing. Next to the window is the ‘positive’ casting pattern.
Looking towards the back upstairs hall.
On the right side of the back hall. The blue shape is pigmented lime plaster.
This window is one of two that are near each other. It’s opposite of the middle bedroom door.
At the end of the upstairs back hall is a small 3×3 foot vestibule that is painted a glowing red to contrast with the blue plaster leading to it.