I got to go to Epcot for the food & wine festival with Andrea and two of our friends. One of which is in the process of putting together a video of Dan Louche’s house. I have made many posts about Dan in the past.
While I was there, I ran into a plenty of neat looking structures so I captured a good amount of them with my iPhone camera to share with you.
Tiny Houses and Small Structures in Epcot During the Food & Wine Festival
So in this post you’ll see dozens of random and inspiring buildings and other forms of art in Epcot.
And if you ever visit Orlando, Florida you’ll know what to look forward to. There’s no footage of any of the rides in this post, mostly just outside architecture.
Have you been there already? Do you see anything familiar in these pictures? You can talk to me about it in the comments.
Real Quick, Here’s Dan’s House
I love Andrea’s pose in this picture, hahaha. That was North of Orlando in Deland, Florida.
Naples Florida Sunset Night Before Trip
Below is a gorgeous sunset picture I shot the night before we left for the trip.
So let me take you to Epcot during the 2011 Food & Wine Festival where you can have a taste of each country along with wine and beer choices. It was lots of fun.
Tiny Houses we Found in Epcot Orlando, Florida
And there were lots of small, interesting, and beautiful structures to look at. I made sure to get lots of pictures for you. Hope you enjoy.
This one would have a roomy upstairs sleeping loft.
By the way, when I say we, here’s what I’m talking about. I’m missing in the picture but just so you can meet the rest of “the crew” haha.
Okay so let’s get back to the houses and all of the other interesting buildings we captured. Let’s begin with the Vikings building.
Here it is at another angle.
Andrea took a picture of me in the Viking building.
Here’s a small house store we ran into and sorry I don’t remember what country it was in.
Check out this hidden entrance I spotted atop a larger building below.
I liked this outdoor fireplace and the living roof above it on the photo below.
Okay here is something I really liked. So much that I think I’d create a similar version of this door for my own house.
Add a door knob too, of course. What do you think? Here’s another similar one below.
Here is another really great example that you can use for the front of a tiny house. Oh, and remember that first red door I showed you? If you look closely enough on the picture above you can see it on the left on those steps.
She’s so pretty. Below Andrea is next to another small house we found along our journey through Epcot.
This next one could be the world’s tallest tiny house. I’m not sure what it’s really for though.
Another really cool small house we found below.
Here’s a tiny cottage I spotted, I really liked this one. If you look closely enough you can see a rabbit in the grass.
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