Welcome to my kitchen. Well not really. A first attemp at a large scale modern house. I think it turned out ok. The red and blue wall were a bit of an afterthought, as it just looked a little too sparse without it. Red and blue are not my first choice of colours for it though. But alas, a lack of bricks makes hard choices for me. As for the outside walls, well I jusr wanted to hide the ugliness of the construction. Again I ask for forgivness for my poor picture taking. but I ask you. What's mmore improtant, building or taking pictures??? Cheers, and thanks for looking.
About this creation
MUST HAVE COFFEE!
Hey! You made it this far. Thanks for looking and any and all comments are appreciated.
Quoting matt rowntree
Please tell me that's a Wolf range. I'd expect no less from a proper chef as well as an absolutely unhealthy supply of coffee!!! ;)
Wolf has nice stuff. I saw a Heartland gas oven I'll get when I can afford it. Actually I'd like a AltoShamm Combi-Oven. But at a $40,000 starting price I'd have to give up Lego for a while and it doesn't make coffee. Cheers and thanks for the comments.
Please tell me that's a Wolf range. I'd expect no less from a proper chef as well as an absolutely unhealthy supply of coffee!!! ;) I even like the blue wall. Call it an accent wall and charge a fortune for your interior design services! Great work, can't wait for the rest of the villa.
Dude, you are on a roll with this idea! Although I agree with you on the comment about the blue part of the wall sticking out like a sore thumb and that you simply did not have enough pieces to make a properly colored wall, there is a reason why there are Pick-A-Brick places at the LEGO stores in major cities and LEGOLAND locations worldwide, let alone that you can also order it through the LEGO website. Now with that being said, the detail to this set is amazing. It truly feels like it was a real kitchen. Although I find it a bit too big for usage for LEGO minifigs, I am sure that you could make this work somehow for them as well as make a full house that was built from LEGO, so keep on building, sir.