Mud and Wood
Mud and Wood
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The Mud and Wood House

The circular stairs is at the heart of the house. The central trunk came from the photographer's, Steve Rogers, house, after it became unstable and a tree surgeon was called. The treads and risers are elm, which started out life as windfall (storm-blown) trees in a local forest. The tree trunks were removed, milled and seasoned on site over a number of years. The handrail (kiddie-sized) is hazel, which was pre-soaked to allow it to bend. Photo: Steve Rogers

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