This crazy staircase in a loft apartment in New York’s artsy Chelsea area has been made entirely out of nearly 20,000 lego bricks. The Mondrian-inspired design even has custom windows that can also work as a place to frame mini Lego scenes of your own creation.
Why not go the whole hog and create an entire Lego wall? This room divider was made using 55,000 colourful bricks and took builders an entire year to construct – now that’s dedication.
So it’s on a slightly smaller scale, but this cute key holder is a great way to utilise Lego in a functional and fun way. Simply clip a Lego block to your keyring and then you can attach it to the wall when you’re home – you’ll never misplace your keys again…
Another smart idea and a joyful addition to the kitchen is building your own utensils pot – or give the kids a project to do and get them to build it for you while you actually get on with the cooking…
Another cool idea for the kitchen is to create your very own customised splashback – it’s pretty money saving too as you can build around the wall sockets to keep them exposed rather than ‘splashing out’ (so-to-speak) on a pricey bespoke one… For a really bold look, stick to one colour of brick.
Want to impress your mates at dinner with a one of a kind table that you built yourself? This is a fun idea that’ll certainly be a conversation starter… it’s also a good idea if you’re tight on space – if you can bring yourself to do it, you can always break it back down into bricks after you’ve made it.
This table lamp made out of bright red bricks would make an amazing gift for a child’s room as a bedside addition – you could play with the shape and size to build your own unique creation.
A pretty simple idea, these coasters would make a fab addition to the homemade lego table, or as a quirky gift for the Lego lover in your life.
For more ideas, check out the cool Nimuno Loops launched on Kickstarter – strips of Lego that can be attached to any surface.