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Shower is getting the tadelakt treatment. So many hours going into this project, but I think it will be worth it when this is finally cured in two months.
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Shower is getting the tadelakt treatment
Shower is getting the tadelakt treatment
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Shower is getting the tadelakt treatment
Shower is getting the tadelakt treatment
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Shower is getting the tadelakt treatment
Shower is getting the tadelakt treatment
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Shower is getting the tadelakt treatment
Shower is getting the tadelakt treatment
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Shower is getting the tadelakt treatment
Shower is getting the tadelakt treatment
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Shower is getting the tadelakt treatment
Shower is getting the tadelakt treatment
 
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Made some great progress and was able to feature the house on the Bitterroot Green Homes tour this year.
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sun room--earthen floor--tadelakt bench
sun room--earthen floor--tadelakt bench
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house featured on Bitterroot Green Homes tour
house featured on Bitterroot Green Homes tour
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house featured on Bitterroot Green Homes tour
house featured on Bitterroot Green Homes tour
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house featured on Bitterroot Green Homes tour
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Wow. That's fantastic. Thanks for posting.
 
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This house looks like a dreamhouse to me. You must have had a great time building this all yourself. And now an even greater time living in it as a family.
 
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What an awesome build love it.
 
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GORGEOUS home!! Just found this thread and quickly glossed thru. I will spend more time on this later fer sure fer sure!!
 
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This is awesome!  Thanks for sharing!

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Have you finished building this house? Can you post some more recent photos? Thanks
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Daniel Ray wrote:Shower is getting the tadelakt treatment. So many hours going into this project, but I think it will be worth it when this is finally cured in two months.



Hi Daniel and LUCKY family! The word, tadelakt, and the pics of course, peaked my interest. Where did you learn of and get enough info to do this process? How long did it actually take? Is there a lot of wait time between coats? What is it that makes the project long?

Found another project.

http://www.naturallimeplaster.ca/content/lime-plaster-sustainable-authentic-tadelakt-1

I like yours. I also read that it is used to actually make sinks, ... .

Is there any concern about differential cracking between the tub and the tadelakt surfaces? What is the wall surface/on the wall to the left of the tub - is that a straw bale wall/coated?
 
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