How to Use Lego Bricks as Home Decor

Time to pick up those pieces and let them add character to your home

Updated on October 23, 2018 8:10 am

Catherine Zhang

How to Use Lego Bricks as Home Decor

Lego bricks can entertain the kids and adults alike. While it can boost creativity, these building blocks can also be used to prettify a home. How, lah? Time to pick up those Lego pieces and build quirky and colourful home decorations.

Here are some ideas on what you can do with your Lego collection:

1. Lego lamp

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Make nights brighter with your Lego lamp. Build your own night light with just a few pieces of Lego blocks and an LED bulb.

2. Tissue holder

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Make a nest and colourful tissue holder with your Lego blocks. You can easily change it by just rearranging some of the pieces.

3. Tissue box cover

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If you are a huge germaphobe, this Lego project is perfect for you. Make your very own Lego tissue box cover—it’s economical, practical, and not to mention, easy to make!

4. Key holder

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Worry no more about losing your keys with these cute DIY Lego key holders that you can quickly create.

5. Coasters

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Make fashionable coasters out of spare Lego blocks. It’s also a great conversation starter when you have guests coming over for dinner.

6. Lego table

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What a better way to impress your visitors than with a Lego table? Customise this Lego table based on your colour and design preference so that it can represent you well.

7. Kitchen utensils holder

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What’s amazing about Lego is that it can be transformed into things that are beyond our imagination. Whether as pencil holder or as a kitchen storage unit, you can go wild with your Lego blocks.

8. Kitchen backsplash

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If you’re undecided on which material you should use for your kitchen backsplash, you can use Lego blocks as temporary materials! These colourful blocks will surely enliven your cooking space.

9. Lego clock

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Unleash your inner geek with this DIY Lego clock that is highly customisable, affordable, and easy to make!

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