Monday, 27 August 2012

#867 of Year 3 Lego 3315 Friends Olivia's House

The flagship set of the Friends series has to be Olivia's House.  Not only does she feature Olivia, but her parents Monica and erm... Peter and Anna are in it as well.

The box is huge, and it's designed and folded in such a way that it seems a bit concave on the sides and convex on the top.  The front shows of fthe house, but the back shows off all the features that it contains - and there are a lot for such a huge set.

The box seems to suggest that there are at least 7 numbered baggies.  It contains two instructions book...

...a sheet of stickers and eight baggies, seven of which are numbered.

Baggie number one contains a lot of individual baggies inside...

and it builds the figures as well as half the ground floor.

Baggie number 2 completes the interior, including a rather nice-looking TV, but two ugly lavender couches.

Baggie number 3 builds the well-equipped kitchen, complete with fridge, stove, sink and blender!

Baggie number 4 builds the master bedroom on the first floor and includes this awesome vanity table.

Each module is stackable though and it does build up nicely.

Baggie number 5 builds the toilet module, and it's a huge toilet complete with shower, sink and WC.  Too bad there's not a bath though.

Baggie number 6 builds the roof and the sunporch on the roof.  I like the new umbrella piece

Baggie number 7 completes the house...

... by building the garden.  And there's a lot going on here including a vegetable patch, a flower garden, a swing set and a barbecue.

Overall, the house is nice.  Yes, it's a bit more pink than I'm used ot on a house, but that's only because of the theme.  It's also a lot more enclosed than I expected - there's a roof and walls on three sides.  It also has a nice garden.  I guess it'll fit in nicely not only with the rest of the friends set, but also in the City.

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