Sorry for the late reply. Thanks for all the positive comments! I shall have some interior pictures soon for you and as for the photo on pocket edition, I cannot see the image sorry. The city at the side has been expanded now and a lot of buildings are now influenced by Keralis on youtube. I now have a youtube channel if you would like to check it out: http://www.youtube.com/user/NaughtyZonePvP?feature=mhee
A lot of videos on the channel will hopefully be as interesting as you found this tutorial.
Also, please watch, like, comment or subscribe. Any requests for the channel? Thanks all!
I've included a few photos of the house I made in Minecraft. For the most part, it's identical to yours, but I did make a few mod-related adjustments to improve it a bit.
The outer walls of the house are made of Cherry wood, from the Biomes o Plenty mod.
The tables, chairs, lanterns, and desk on the second floor (you can't really see the desk in the image) are part of the Bibliocraft mod.
The jukebox was replaced with a stereo, part of the McCrayfish Furniture mod. The doorbell is a part of this as well.
The furnaces are made of Steel, part of the Metallurgy 3 mod.
The Crafting table is replaced with an Uncrafting table from the Twilight Forest mod. It allows the player to both create items and break down items for their raw components.
The obsidian chests seen on the lower floor are part of the Iron Chests mod. They hold 108 stacks of items in a single space, so they're extremely useful.
The doors and bed are part of the Carpenter's mod. It allows you to style your furniture with any block in the game. The doors are decorated to resemble jungle planks, while the bed is Skystone, part of the Biomes o Plenty mod.
Thank you again for showing me how to make this. This is going to be an integral part of the town I am planning to build.