The final bit of furniture in this batch of instructions. I can’t take credit for the bed portion, I’m pretty certain I got most of that from either a LEGO Creator set or from another MOC Builder but I’ve included it here as part of these instructions. You can alter the colors and patterns as you see fit (you’ll see I have both a checkered “blanket” as well as a striped).
Next up is a simple flat screen TV. You can attach this to a wall pretty easily. On this MOC I had a more complicated TV with an adjustable arm for various viewing angles. This version is cleaner and more simple, you can of course alter the flat pieces with other ones as you see fit.
Here’s another piece of furniture, a small red vanity. You can vary it by size or pieces, I just used what I had available (some of my other furniture are not as carefully color coordinated). You could also add a small mirror piece if you have one. I’ve included an image so you can see all the pieces I used for this piece of furniture.
All the vanity pieces
Here’s a link to another video at a higher resolution.
Some of the trickier parts of LEGO MOCs for me is making believable furniture and appliances. Here a few bits of furniture and appliances I have made so far.
I posted these a while ago as a part of a raised corner MOC. Some simple bits of furniture, I’m not really sure what the thing on the far left is supposed to be, the idea was some kind of barrel holder for a shop but it ended up being too bulky to put a lot of them into the MOC.
Here are some appliances for an upcoming MOC I’m building for the kids. I think they are fairly recognizable. I’m sure there are easier ways to make the lids open/close, the trick here was keeping them small enough to not take up inordinate amounts of room in the house.