Donut wrote:I think this is a great idea, you can also have the different sets connect together to form an entire house. I am just not sure how well it will sell considering how LEGO was always viewed as a toy brand for boys.
Count Blacktron wrote:Esentially this is what the Harry Potter line attempted, but with mixed results. I think it is important to maintain a good number of useful building pieces, colors that seem realistic from a modern/classic design standpoint and generous play features. Gaudy colors may turn off the audience as it will too closely resemble a Barbie home. Maintain a home like quality of neutrality and a feeling of comfort in design. If you really want to do an action crossover into a modular home, you can always license a theme like this with something like Charmed (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charmed). They had a nice San Francisco home and plenty of things going on in each room.
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