Lego-Inspired Furniture And Designs With Nostalgic Flair

You don’t have to be a kid to play with Legos although it is a little strange to see an adult doing it. But if you want to rediscover your inner child without looking like a lunatic there’s a really great solution: use your creativity to create unique Lego furniture and other themed crafts. You can have fun and play while also creating something useful for your home.

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This Lego wall took several weeks to design and build but it was a ton of fun. One of the few ways in which you can actually build something for your home and enjoy yourself at the same time. Having a staircase built out of tons of tiny Lego pieces is definitely unusual. It’s the type of long-term DIY project that completely transforms the house.{found on beamdesign}.

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I bet your living room could use a little bit of color. Why not design a coffee table with the top surface made of tiny brick blocks? That should keep you busy for a while.

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And speaking of tables, how about something on a bigger scale? Can you imagine designing a tabletop for your dining table made entirely of Lego blocks? Or maybe a table for the meeting room. It would be a wonderful team building project.{found on tisztaszoba}.

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This is a Lego chair designed by Alessandro Jordão and it really gets you thinking. All those fun things you used to build as a kid while playing with Legos can be made on a much larger scale and adapted to your home where they can serve as furniture.

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Of course, you have to keep in mind that Lego furniture may seem like a fun and great idea but it also needs to be comfortable and functional. This Lego couch doesn’t really scream comfort but it would definitely make a cool display piece.{found on flickr}.

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If you’ve somehow decided that a Lego kitchen island would look awesome in your home, here’s something you should know: It’s best to get a basic and plain kitchen island and then cover it with Lego pieces. It will take about a week or so and you’ll need around 20,000 pieces for an island of this size.{found on flickr}.

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And if they need more than one, just go for it and build as many as they need. Maybe they can lend you a hand with that.{found on gravelandgold}.

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Still haven’t found the perfect headboard? Why don’t you build one yourself using Lego blocks. Use a hot glue gun to make them stay put. A really fun idea for the kids’ room but also for a master bedroom.{found on etsy}.

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The bed, dresser and those stairs may not be made of actual Lego blocks but they definitely look super fun. This is a great example of how you can create a Lego-themed room for your kids.{found on site}.

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The Lego-inspired collection designed by Spanish Company Lola Glamour incorporate these nostalgic Lego bricks into modern and unique pieces of furniture for the children’s rooms. The collection includes a bed with Lego brick pull-out drawers underneath, a dresser and a cabinet as well as matching wall-mounted shelves.