Let's face it, Lego is definitely going to make this isolation period much easier for many households. All the BG kids love it and have a LOT of it. We buy sets, the kids build them, add to them, merge their creations and we end up with a mass of bricks in one huge tub. The kids then decide to build something else, but can't find all the bricks they need so it gets tipped over the carpet (and somehow in to every room), then something else comes along and it's like a Lego tornado has hit the house. If you feel the same and need to make your Lego more accessible, easier to contain and simple to create with, we've hunted down some brilliant DIY solutions.
We have mid-sleepers here, but if we didn't, I'd be all over this idea. The under-the-bed Lego table I spotted via the Little Bits of Home is a great win. They create, and then stash away. Best thing about this is you can upcycle pretty much anything with some castors and a little creativity!
Granted, this one takes more work, but A Little of This, A Little of That, breaks it down for you. Basically a wooden table and lipped storage containers and you're off. They've used Ingo from good old Ikea (seriously, where would we be without them?), but you can upcycle any table so worth having a hunt on free sites, selling pages or car boots.
Another brilliant Ikea solution for Master Builders using Trofast. I have seen this a lot on Pinterest (follow us here), and it just so happens with a Trofast here, currently storing all manner of kid clutter, it could be the most ideal Lego solution. I shall be making eyes at the husband this weekend to see if we can do! This image is from The Crafty Juls who has pulled it off brilliantly.