Duddingwell's Tea Room

While in England, Marcia and I found great enjoyment in stopping at many of the quaint tea houses we came across to enjoy scones and clotted cream! We enjoyed the pleasing atmosphere and all the beautiful china settings that were just calling our name!

 

So naturally upon returning home, I began designing one to offer as a class, and the end result was the creation of Duddingwell's. The exterior is steeped in charm with lots of ancient brick on the lower level, and a combination of brick and plaster on the upper level. The building is tied together with a sturdy slate tile roof. All of these facets were created out of Creative Paperclay®. The beautiful front door, bow window, and distresssed timbers invitingly welcome you in for a cup of tea. Please join us for a view inside!

Duddingwell's Tea Room
Year Established Engraved on Chimney
Rafters and Beams
Closeup of Brickwork and Windows
Exterior Side View
Closeup of Wisteria by Rik
Side and Partial Interior View
Closeup of Timbers
Exterior Chimney
Interior
Great Exterior Picture
Closeup of Bow Window and Front Door
Two Story Interior Picture
Interior Lower Floor and Fireplace
Leaded Windows and Sign
Front View
Inspiration for Tea Room
Inspiration for Tea House
Inspiration for Tea Room
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