Lego Storage Solutions
Do you have Lego all around your home or kindergarten? Lego is both fun and educational but it tends to get messy. Here are 10 creative ways to store and play with Lego.
Click on the photo for more details but basically you cut a hole into the table using a jigsaw. Make the hole big enough to fit a plastic box inside. Store Lego in this box and put the lid on.
You can get the box at Ikea too. Glue lego bases to the table. This table has space to both build and store lego.
They made it with two plastic drawer units on wheels and a table top with Lego bases attached. Click on the photo for more details. It is a good idea to create a table which can be used for nearly any purpose with loads of storage which is always handy. Add a stool and your Lego workstation is ready!
those looking to display their creations but obviously has no room to work on or to store Lego pieces unless your Lego collection is relatively small.
When I saw it I had one of those “why didn’t I think of this?” moments.
It is such a simple yet functional and creative idea. You keep the Lego pieces in the box and take it with you wherever you go. My child loves to play with his Lego wherever he goes so I am definitely going to make him one of these.It is made using a wooden box with a sliding top (such as a cheese box or cigar box). I plan on using a tissue box which you can get at craft stores. Paint the box and then attach a small Lego building plate to the lid. Click on the photo for more details.
Besides the issue of the cost I think that this would be a super creative, functional, colorful and unique way to both store and play with Lego.
If I wasn’t on a budget I would love to make a similar wall!