Here is the aerial shot of the first floor. I have three types of flooring presented here. The first is more tile work. This time with a different pattern that was actually very hard for me to make and may seem as if randomized (but let me tell you, it's not randomized!) The area with the tiles is the kitchen. On the top you can see two drawers, a fridge, a stove with oven, a sink with two bowls, cabinets on top, and a coffee maker with coffee cup in it (Note, fridge doesn't open). Also in the kitchen area is a table, six chairs (which are the same design as the ones on the balcony). On the table are two Pineapples and a cherry (Note, the pineapples and cherry are supposed to be in the bowl, but we know that LDD doesn't allow for that). WAIT, back up! Did I just say "six chairs"....I thought this house was only for two. Well, did you ever consider throwing a party?? It is a beach house, after all. The second type of flooring is "wood"! I know, thanks to LDD, you can't really see the individual bricks of the same color, but if this becomes a set, I want LEGO to know that when they make this part of the flooring, that they use 1 by "whatever length" to give it that "real" wood look. In one spot is the "TV room". Where on top of the entertainment center is the HD flat screen. Then there is a sofa (for two) and a coffee table with a lamp next to it. The last type of flooring, is a special (represented to be-) "acrylic" flooring that allows a person to see through the floor and see the water/ocean life below. This is something I really wanted in there. Mainly because it looks SO COOL and you can actually see through it and the water to see what's under. Speaking of which...let's see what's under there!