With he current state of affairs within Deluxe houses of Middle-Earth, special furniture ‘’the’’ most important piece of furniture you’ll ever have to buy. Why? Because there are so few of them. Three, to be more accurate. And what does that means? That means that you’ll have to build your entering design around one of these 3 pieces. Choose wisely.
To decide which item you want for your house, there two factors you will want to consider. First is the function. What is your style when it comes to playing? Are you a reflection pool , a breakfast table and a map table type of person? Think about what kind of atmosphere you want to create for your character (and yourself!)
Second is the color. In my opinion, this is the critical decision. If you thought your character was a reflection pool type of person, but you also think he’s the kind of guys who would live in a dark, neutral house, you might have to consider choosing another item.
Color is also a very important decision, because you will need to pick one (or two!) colors from the special furniture and reproduce it in the the rest of your design. This will tie the room together.
If you choose the Map Table, try to have some purple or red in your room. You can find a beautiful purple in wall or floor colors and red in the elven furniture collection.
If you prefer the Reflection Pool, teal or light blue is a must. Both colors are available as wall colors, or you can also use elven wall paper to integrate them. Narmeleth’s Portrait and Caras Galadon Coat of Arms are great pieces as well. Finally, the Long Red Chair and Canopy Bed also have teal fabrics in their design.
As for the Breakfast Table, green and brown are the two colors you can go for. You can find them in wall and floor colors bought from the homestead vendors. All the brown wooden furniture will work great with this table. Otherwise for the green, one of my favourite piece is the Above Weathertop Painting.
Finally, remember that sometimes less is more. If there is no special furniture the you really like, don’t put something your not sure about. Let a rug be the focal point of the room!