Our Lego Storage Solution has proven to be a great way to use space that wasn’t used before.
Remember when I got this Pirate Treasure Chest? This is what it typically looks like, because the boys never move the top tray, they just pile costumes and lovies on top of it and it won’t ever shut properly.
So the solution was to remove the tray to open up the rest of the chest for storage.
Then we started storing legos in the tray. The flowery wallpapered tray.
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Everyone else out there has these cute “lego tables”, but we really don’t have room for a lego table and the space under the boys beds is very under-utilized in our little house. So I got this chevron contact paper, and ordered these Lego base plates and transformed the ugly flower tray into an awesome lego station. The base plates were just a bit two big, but thankfully with a pair of scissors they were easy to trim down. When you add it all up it was still $12.00 for the paper and $30 for the baseplates (pricey little pieces of plastic). Anyways… not the cheapest project at $42, but if I measure by hours of entertainment I’m sure it will payoff.
I love how the boys can keep their project built and just slide it right under the bed. I also love how it’s divided so that both boys can stick to their own side avoiding fights!
I told them they could slide it anywhere to play but Jack has decided he prefers to just stay under the bed. Whatever works right?