If you grew up in the ’90s, the name Polly Pocket likely rings a bell. The tiny dolls who lived in tiny portable houses were cult classic toys from Mattel, and now Will Byers’ house from Stranger Things has been transformed into one thanks to The Toy Zone.
The website worked with artist Jan Koudela to reimagine those famous tiny dwellings into equally as famous pop culture homes. Altogether, The Toy Zone created six different houses inspired by popular and cult classic series with Polly Pocket as the guide.
While the site didn’t actually craft real-life usable Polly Pockets sets—but they’d certainly be printing money if they had—Koudela did craft images of what they’d look like, and the recreations are super detailed.
In Byers’ home, the iconic alphabet and multi-colored Christmas lights for season one are displayed in the back of the home, and in the front fans can see what appears to be season two’s ’80s punk version of Eleven battling creatures coming forward from the Upside Down.
While the Stranger Things creation is impressive enough, you can head over to The Toy Zone and check out the other artist rendering of homes from classic shows like The Simpsons and Friends.