medieval times houses lily M
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Houses in the medieval were very damp, cold, and dark there windows were very tiny.
But... there windows weren't really windows they were wooden shutters that opened and closed. They were always closed when night time and in bad weather
although houses in the medieval times were good to eat, sleep, and play in with your family, these houses had thatched roofs and were really easy to destroy.
homes of the rich were much more upgraded than the peasants' house, there houses had paved floors, tapestries were hung on the wall providing decoration and a extra layer of warmth, windows with lattice frame that were covered in fabric.
Kitchens in the medieval were very different that what we have now they used a stone hearth that sat in the center of the room, they had to use there own products from there garden, sheep, goat, bread, and meat from there own animals. The woman in the family always cooked the food.
But the more wealthy people have fire places in there kitchen that can cook meat and even large size ox's. There kitchens were often in a separate buildings to minimize the chance of a fire.
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