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◊ Details include: Interior etched floor
boards, interior walls, stairs, removable roof
and second floor, clapboard facade, horizontal
and vertical plank additions in the rear (show
how the house evolved over time)!
Includes an outhouse.
◊ Windows and doors can be custom
positioned and include laser cut glazing.
◊ Our trademark EASY to follow FULLY
Illustrated step-by step instructions make
◊ Precision Laser cut wood construction.
◊ Includes our laser-cut, realistic no-paint
paper shake shingles (#_18).
N = 1.0" x 1.9"
HO = 1.9" x 3.5"
S = 2.6" x 4.75"
O = 3.5" x 6.33"
◊ The Smoke and Mirror Solutions acrylic
paints used for this structure:
Log walls: Dark Brown #10,
Vertical boards: Leather #10,
Horizontal boards: Taupe #10.
◊ If you want to match the look of this building
or have other ideas for these colors, check
them out on our SMS paints product page.
Kokomo, a small Colorado mining town, once existed just below the east crest of Fremont Pass. The townsite is presently buried under extensive tailing ponds of the Climax Molybdenum operation. An early photograph of the town revealed this small house. Like many log structures of the period, this building has its facade sheathed with siding to provide a more finished appearance. The house appears not to have been painted, but it was common practice to paint only the finished facade and allow the log portions to weather naturally.
by Joe Crea:
Kokomo House (HO scale)
Great character – small footprint!
The Kokomo House