LEGO KEYHOLDER As well as furniture, Lego bricks can be used for practical purposes around the home, like this functional key holder. Always misplacing your keys? This clever idea works by clipping Lego blocks looped onto your keyring to a Lego backboard. The design of these Lego bricks means they can also click together if you have more than one key, as well as looking fun and quirky. Customisation of this handy holder can include changing the words, the colours used, or even the size of the backboard to accommodate as many keys as you desire.
LEGO UTENSIL POT Add a splash of colour to your kitchen with this bright utensils pot. Ideal for storing your salad servers, spatula, ladles and whisks, this Lego pot is guaranteed to liven up any kitchen. By experimenting with Lego brick sizes and colours, it’s possible to produce a truly bespoke kitchen accessory to display in pride of place in your home.
LEGO LAMP A Lego lamp is a great addition to any home. The sleek style is clean and crisp, with the use of solid colour proving how diverse Lego home accessories can be. If you’re feeling adventurous, you could experiment with your own shape designs and size to suit your preferences and create a talking point within any room.
LEGO SPLASHBACK A Lego kitchen splashback is a great way to inject colour into the room in a fun and unique way. The use of different-sized bricks means adding little details, such as functioning windows and doors is easy, and due to the structure of the bricks, keeping features like wall sockets exposed for that all important coffee maker is simple. You could take this one step further by designing a food-themed pattern to decorate your walls, or even use the basic idea to add a touch of colour to your living room by running a line of Lego bricks along the skirting board.
LEGO HOUSE This is the one that everyone was waiting for: life-sized Lego buildings! What kid didn’t dream about living in a Lego house? It seems that TV host James May certainly did, since he went out of his way to build this 3.3-millionbrick dwelling, which even features fully functioning Lego plumbing! The disadvantage is, naturally, that living in a house made of plastic bricks is not the most appealing concept in the world to adults. However, a Lego outbuilding, or even a playhouse, is far more plausible, and has been done a number of times.
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