Minifigures Need To Eat Too. Lego Dunkin Donuts And Texas Road House.

Eric Badis Lego Dunkin Donuts Texas Road House

This Dunkin’ Donuts and Texas Road House are built in the Lego Modular scale. And, just like in real life these buildings will stick out. The bright fast food colors of this Lego Dunkin’ Donuts would wake up the most sleepy Minifig. These two buildings are relatively simple looking and are both based off the same template (just like their real life versions). Although they do hide a lot of interesting details. Check out the Lego windows being used as a modern overhang over at DD. While the Texas Road House has a cute little cactus out front. These SNOT style buildings look good and would be a perfect addition to any modern town set up. After all, your Lego Minifigures need to eat food too.

Eric Badis Lego Texas Road House Eric Badis Lego Dunkin Donuts

Check out this Lego Dunkin Donuts and Texas Road House MOC, created by Eric Badis, here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/erockonvolks/31668437670/

This 70s Style Lego Kitchen is very Retro

LegoJalex's Lego Kitchen From The 70s

Lego can be used to create anything. Most people stick to the Minifigure scale when building. But, when you go slightly larger you can create stuff that looks extremely realistic. This very retro Lego Kitchen looks like it could be at home in the 1970s. Some the details are perfect, the orange kitchen walls, the tile counter top, and old radio. Using the Lego grill piece for the mini blinds is ingenious. As is including the electrical cords for the hanging lamp, and portable radio.

This 70s Style Lego Kitchen, built by LegoJalex, is over on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/78666052@N05/15645000696/

LegoJalex has also created a 1980s Style Kids Room over here: http://legogenre.com/etch-sketch-view-master-rc-car-lego-kids-room/