Outfitting the Ultimate Lego House

Today’s architects and home builders may have all started their careers by building a home with the same object: Legos. For decades Lego has allowed children and adults alike to build mansions, castles and homes of all sizes using just dotted bricks and their imagination. In addition Lego pieces can be found hidden under almost any couch, radiator or refrigerator of homes with children. My house included.

Would you want a Lego kitchen?

Today’s architects and home builders may have all started their careers by building a home with the same object: Legos. For decades Lego has allowed children and adults alike to build mansions, castles and homes of all sizes using just dotted bricks and their imagination. In addition Lego pieces can be found hidden under almost any couch, radiator or refrigerator of homes with children. My house included.

While this post is a few months old, I just came across it recently and it immediately caught my attention. Legos have become more than just building blocks for kids. They’re a cultural phenomenon that’s invading all facets of our society including home decor.

Walyou has a list of 20 Lego items to outfit the ultimate Lego home. From desks to tables to toasters (yes, toasters) and even a Lego radiator you can find an amazing assortment of Lego pieces for your home.

I’ve got my eyes on the Lego grandfather clock. What Lego piece would you most like to have in your home?

 

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David Marine is the Vice President of Brand Engagement for Coldwell Banker where he oversees the brand’s content strategy including acting as managing editor for the Coldwell Banker blog and heading up video production efforts. While Vice President by day, David runs a three ring circus at night as he is the father of 4 boys. He also happens to be married to Wonder Woman. True story.

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  • http://twitter.com/ONTherapyAnimal OntarioTherapyAnimal

    Ok, the Lego Desk with working drawers has my vote for sure! The Lego alarm clock would be neat for a kids room, the storage system as well but I have to say I am curious about the DIY instructions for the Lego scanner and printer.

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