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7 Ways to Decorate Your Home With Lego

Channel your inner child and have fun with these quirky ideas

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Photography: Misiunea Casa| Home Dsgn

It's safe to say that most (if not all!) of us once enjoyed playing and making things using Lego bricks. Some of us even have these until today—passing the precious pieces to our kids, nephews, and nieces. While crafting things using these blocks maybe simple, it shows us that a few pieces hold different possibilities. From buildings and cars, to homes and whatnots, we've created it all using these bricks in yellow, red, and blue. If you want to incorporate Lego bricks into your decor, you can do so with ease! Create a Lego lover's haven with these tips:

1. Lego Storage

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If you love collecting utensils in bright colors, it's only right that you keep them in a cute container, too. Create a mini box using Lego and prop it against your kitchen counter. Fill it with your utensils for an instant decor/storage must-have.

For full instructions, click here.

2. Stylish Lego Staircase

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 A staircase made of Lego bricks? It's possible! Would you believe this staircase was made using 20,000 colorful pieces? Click here for more information.

3. Lego Lamp

Homeowner Bien Po loves working on DIY projects and his home is a statement to that. He has a "dangerous lamp" at home—just look at it and you'll have an idea why it's called as such. The nails around it are attached using small magnets that can be modified. Lego bricks are glued to the piece—giving it a burst of color.

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READ: A 46.5sqm Unit turned into a DIY Haven

  4. Lego Key Holder

Always losing your keys? Glue a few pieces of Lego bricks together and hang it on your wall by the door. This piece can help you keep your keys organized, too. Watch this video for a step-by-step guide.

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5. Lego Table


Looking for a conversation starter that would wow your guests? You can craft a table using Lego bricks or update an old one with these colorful pieces. Feel free to experiment with the color combination for an extra interesting touch. 

Click here for the full instructions.

6. Lego Block Shelf

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Tired with the look of your shelves? Liven it up by building Lego towers around it. Use as many bricks as possible to make sure it's sturdy. For a subtle touch, you can simply create mini towers that you can use as part of a vignette. 

7. Lego Bed Frame

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Fancy a Lego bed? Ask your carpenter if he can customize the bed frame for you by painting it like Lego bricks. Work with colors like green, yellow, blue, and red for an authentic feel. Pair it with a Lego-inspired wall accent to complete the look.

For more ideas, click here.

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