Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs received special Oscars in 1938, now they could be about to receive their own LEGO set. Not only are the seven singing miners transformed into LEGO mini-figs, but their iconic cottage gets LEGO treatment, too.
Part of the LEGO IDEAS program, this clever cottage needs 10,000 supporters to reach the next level. Currently, at just over 3100 votes this goal has just over 500 days to reach the needed numbers.
As if ripped right from the screen, LEGO creator Hanwaysyellofirst transforms The Seven Dwarf’s home with amazing accuracy. The two-story cottage constructs with removable roof panels. And, a peek inside reveals several rooms of LEGO luxury for the hard-working dwarfs.
LEGO Dwarfs dwelling details
Upon removing roof pieces and swinging open walls, this LEGO kit showcases the main areas of the home. Just beyond the front door, a kitchen sink and piles of dishes await. Beyond that, the welcoming fireplace provides warmth. There’s even room for singing and dancing.
Next to the kitchen, the Dwarf’s dining room table is ready for dinner with LEGO food and drink.
Just outside the dining room, and to the back of the Seven Dwarf’s Home, a small mining cart is stacked with jewels. Pickaxes, placed in a brown barrel, await their task in the mines.
Upstairs, seven dwarf-sized beds beckon tired workers to a good night’s slumber.
LEGO Seven Dwarfs Home Delightful Details
This sizeable set surprises with extra details. From window sill flowers to green vines wrapping their way around the cottage, attention to detail is pure delight. Varied and patched roofing textures give this humble home a lovely, lived-in look. The chimney even billows smoke!
This kit also includes a wishing well with its own tree.
If selected for production, this Seven Dwarf’s House set will also include all the LEGO mini-figures needed to recreate memorable moments from the classic Disney feature. These could include:
- Snow White
- Evil Witch
Show Your Support
LEGO Ideas is a program where builders can submit their ideas for new LEGO sets. If the project gets the support of 10,000 or more users, it goes to the next step. At this point, the kit is reviewed by the LEGO Review Board for production consideration. For that reason, not every project makes the cut. Conversely, other projects advance for production. Ultimately, builders find themselves featured on the packaging and receive a royalty on sales of the item(s).
Source and images: LEGO IDEAS