Millions of children grew up with the well-known Lego stacking blocks. After several years of intense pleasure, the blocks usually moved to the attic where they remained untouched for many years. Great time to do something about it! Dedust that box and relive your happy childhood under the guise of “DIY in your interior”. We certainly do not want to remember these achievements with Lego:
WALL OF LEGO
The German company Empire was looking for a creative way to shield the kitchen without having to drum up contractors. A few brainstorming sessions later, the idea came up to make a wall yourself with Lego blocks. This eye-catcher is made with 55,000 Lego bricks and cost 2500 euros to build. Cabinets were built-in on the other side of the wall.
TABLE FROM LEGO
Designed by Irish interior designers, this Lego table is a real eye-catcher when they receive guests. The table is finished with a glass plate so that it can also be easily used for working and eating. Also, pay attention to the large and small messages that you can hide by making texts with the Lego blocks.
TV FURNITURE IN LEGO BLOCKS
A wooden frame was first made for this TV cabinet in Lego. This way you need a lot fewer blocks and the whole will also look stronger. It is also easier to bridge distances and make thin walls. You can also perfectly cover existing furniture with Lego.
KITCHEN FROM LEGO
The Danish designer duo Simon Pillard and Philippe Rossetti did not like their boring kitchen island and decided to cover the entire cabinet with shelves. The result is a colorful whole that they have worked on for no less than 40 days. In total, 20,000 Lego bricks were needed to fully cover the kitchen island.
SMALL HOME ACCESSORIES FROM LEGO
You don’t always have to see it big to make something creative with Lego. Everyday objects such as a memo holder, coasters, or a holder for your mobile phone can also be made perfectly with Lego blocks. These realizations are by A dam Ward.