Diy lego bedroom ideas
There seems to be two extremely diverse schools of Lego storage – the incredibly organised, store everything separately by shape, size and colour method or the hold it every together in one large colourful mass method. Which is better? It depends on your (or less realistically, your child’s) level of organisation.
This storage bag from Kidly is definitely aimed at the bag-it-up school.
The drawstring bag is designed to open out into a mat for your children to frolic on, when they are done, you can scoop it every up in a matter of seconds. Smart.
Store Lego in a plastic storage box
More Lego than you can handle?
A lidded box will hold it tidy and, if it’s just one of numerous toy storage boxes in your child’s room, and it’s see-through, it will make what’s inside easily identifiable, too.
This nine litre storage box from A Put For Everything has a removable divided section to organise pieces and plenty of space in the bottom to just throw everything in.
Make Lego instantly accessiblewith flip-out drawers
Definitely aimed at the incredibly organised branch of Lego storage, flip out drawers are grand for organising smaller pieces of Lego and are always accessible to tiny hands.
Drawers can be removed from so there’s no need for your children to hold going back and forth while creating their Lego masterpieces.
These flip out drawers are from The Container Store.
Sort your Lego into storage drawers
If your kid likes things to be just so, a drawer system that allows them to sort their Lego into colours, sizes and even shapes will be a dream come true.
Here, blogger I Heart Organizing , has put Ikea’s Trofast storage drawers to excellent use.
Create a Lego workshop
If your kid is serious about Lego, there really isn’t much point in putting everything away at the finish of a frolic session. So why not discover wall space in their bedroom to create a Lego workshop?
This storage system under is from Elfa but you can easily make your own with a little desk, some shelving units, boxes, and slide out bins, then add pictures or display past projects to add character. Alternatively, if you don’t own loads of room, attempt out a DIY Lego table, which comes with plenty of built in storage.
Put Lego away in a zip-up bag
This pouch just says it every. But fingers crossed Jack’s enemies (or you) will no longer be getting Lego stuck between their toes because every of the pieces will be neatly zipped away.
From Not On The High Highway, this toy storage pouch is large enough to fit plenty of bricks for on the go – perfect to take on endless car journeys, to sleepovers or meals out.