As a result of some recent visit to Legoland with my family, my son and I are now obsessed with Legos. First, you need a creative and organizational method to store them. And second, if your kid really does love playing with them, why don’t you bring them in the decoration of the area? Listed below are a couple imaginative ways to decorate and accessorize your room with a Lego-inspired layout. — Andrika from Nursery Notations
I Will Never Lego Printing by Doodling A Smile – $30
This print is a humorous play on words. It is the perfect little something for the mother who wants a little Lego humor in her home.
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Lego Brick Alarm Clock – $29.99
All children need a clock in their own rooms. This one has nice large amounts and can be disguised as a Lego brick.
“Stormtrooper Portrait” by Mike Stimpson – $11
This piece covers your youngster’s love of Legos and Star Wars in precisely the exact same time.
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Lego Sort & Store – $53.95
This oversize Lego head makes an adorable piece of decoration. As an added bonus, it is functional and helps sort those pesky little Legos.
Lego Duplo Tables – $199.95
For the toddler who loves Legos, the Duplo play table shops and makes Lego building simple. It is a great playroom addition.
Brickman Childrens with Custom Title Vinyl Wall Decal by In An Instant – $38
Decals are a simple and inexpensive way to dress up your bare walls. This Lego-inspired decal is personalized and has a nice color combination.
LEGO Storage Tray Unit
This is a sensible and mechanic-inspired approach to store your own Legos. It is great for children who like to organize.
“Orange” from Mike Stimpson – $8.25
This bold print would even look good in an adult area. It is minimal yet makes a dramatic effect.
“Keep Calm and Construct On” Photographic Printing – $7.42
This iconic term and poster is vital for any Lego fanatic’s room.
Lego Bricks Wall Vinyl from Sticker Boutique – $20
I enjoy the way the cubes are only outlined and not strong colors with this Lego decal for your own wall.
Lego Avengers Printing by Mikenap – $30
If your children are obsessed with Legos and also the Avengers, it is possible to make them very happy with this vintage-inspired poster.
Lego Table with Storage and Removable Lego Top by Silver Holly – $140
Here’s a white and simply pretty Lego storage table.
LEGO Personalized Poster by RKR Creations – $27
You can personalize this poster with your name and special Lego characters.
Just Lego Linocut Print by Typogy – $20
This linocut print is a nice subtle poster acceptable for any room in the house. I enjoy the hand-printed look of the piece.
LEGO Small MiniFigure Screen Case, Blue – $16.99
A few of these bright MiniFigure cases exhibited on a wall or graphic ledge could create a custom made piece of display showcase artwork. I enjoy the colour and organizational qualities of the piece.
LEGO Torch – $15.01
Who does not need a Lego nightlight for the bedside table? This one is cute and functional!
Lego Deluxe Brick and Minifigure Storage Carrying Case with Pull Out Drawer – $32.29
This Lego storage box really looks like a Lego. I enjoy the idea of getting these in an range of colors and color-coding the Lego collection.
“I Have You Now” Photographic Prints by Mike Stimpson – $8.25
This could be one of my favorite prints since it’s so funny.
“Lego Moods” Photographic Prints by designholic – $6.60
This Lego Moods poster can help you teach your child the concept of feelings. Ask them daily, “How do you feel today?”
“Alphabet in Lego” Photographic Prints by Addison – $7.15
Educate your child the ABCs of Legos with this unique block-inspired photo printing.
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An enjoyable tasteful way to exhibit your lego figurines.