I tried to keep the new designs simple and historically accurate to the period. I pursued a "rustic elegance" in the look to contrast with the life the turkeys were living in their underground village. These designs were deemed "too cartoony" and we moved in a realistic direction.
Strong silhouettes were key to bringing "character" to the puritan architecture and furniture in the beginning. Soon, the look would be revised and lean toward the hyper-real.