LEGO’s Newest Collection Actually Has Stackable Storage Solutions for the Home

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Credit: Room Copenhagen/The LEGO Group

You’ve already filled your home with hundreds of LEGO sets. Now, you can fill it with LEGO furniture, too.

The LEGO Group unveiled its new homeware line inspired by its iconic toy blocks. Made in collaboration with Danish design company Room Copenhagen, the Wooden Collection features life-size LEGOs that have been turned into desk drawers, wall hangers, picture frames, and book racks.

In LEGO fashion, the storage solutions are stackable — just like their tiny counterparts. So once a LEGO drawer is full, you can simply buy another one and stack that on top to increase capacity.

Credit: Room Copenhagen/The LEGO Group

Made from sustainably sourced red oak instead of plastic, the pieces have a minimalist aesthetic that seems more fitting in a West Elm showroom than on a toy store shelf. The material also serves as a playful nod to the company’s history, as the first LEGO blocks were made of wood.

According to Room Copenhagen CEO Jacob Eberhard, the idea for the collection came about after years of the company creating LEGO-inspired furniture for children.

Credit: Room Copenhagen/The LEGO Group

“Room Copenhagen is well versed in creating and producing upscaled LEGO bricks for children’s storage and organization in the home and this launch takes our collaboration with the LEGO Group to the next level, in terms of expanding the product line to target adults,” he said in a press release. “We trialed it with the launch of the LEGO Originals Wooden Minifigure and the success of that product inspired us to bring out an entire range in the same material.”

Best of all? You’ll never step on them and hurt your foot.

The LEGO x Room Copenhagen collection is now available at LEGO’s online shop and Room Copenhagen’s website.

This post originally ran on Apartment Therapy. See it there: LEGO Now Has a Home Collection That Features Stackable Storage Solutions