This manor was made by my twin brother. It is one of those creations that makes me want to be a minifigure.
About this creation
The white walls on the top floor of the house are a mixture of new and old pieces. They may not look that good in the pictures, but, in person, they look like some kind of plaster, giving the house a nice final touch.
the first design for the house was the bay windows. They are quite sturdy and fit together nearly seamlessly.
The doors were his design and, despite there sharp corners, open easely.
When I made my version of a manor, I filled the attic with barrels and boxes. My brother, on the other hand, made his attic realestically empty.
The attic comes off to reveal the top floor: the bedroom and the parlor.
The parlor is filled with my twin's own designs. in fact, there is not one part of this room that was not invented by him (apart from the red and green perfume bottles which was my idea).
The bed room; the floor has that muticolored wood pattern simply because he did not have the pieces for any other, but it turned out very well.
The object in the left corner is a washbasin, the predecessor of the sink.
The bed, as you can see, is very complex and my brother took many attempts before getting it the way he liked. If it was not for the double-thick wall of the house, the bed would not be a possible design at all.
The living room, dining room and hall make up the rooms of the bottom floor.
The living room; the sextant and compass on the table may imply that the manor is own by a sea officer.
The chair design is based off one that we saw at Brickfest 2012. That one, however, seemed impossible, so he changed it to fit reality.
The dineing room contains no new designs other than the chairs and the bay window, but depicts a wonderful place to eat as you watch the sun set.
The hall is sparse, but still gives the same comfortable feeling that is present throughout the house.