The roof opens to form a patio, revealing the two story rustic interior:
The patio includes a picnic table and barbecue grill, and I've added an umbrella table from a different FP set:
Inside, the built-in kitchen is done in classic '70s orange, and there's a cozy fire and braided rug (well, sticker versions, anyway):
Outside, there's a balcony and a deck on each end. You can see bunk beds through the doorway on the top floor. I've added a FP checker table and a couple of visiting cousins to the deck.
It all looks so inviting, it makes me wish I could visit!
To see more (real-life) a frame homes and learn about their fascinating history, take a look at the book A-frame, by architectural historian Chad Randl: