LEGO is rolling out a collection of wooden accessories for the home

Step back in time to your childhood using The LEGO Group the first collection of wooden home accessories ever. Created in collaboration with Room Copenhagen, they are designed to lift your home interior space with a variety of picture frames, wall mounts, book stands and desk drawers. Each piece is made of FSC-certified Red Oak and is available in a soap oak and dark stained oak finish. The neutral palette is guaranteed to fit right into a wealth of space and aesthetics.

Lego desk storage in wooden blocks

The LEGO Group, known all over the world, carved its bricks from wood until 1960, when they switched to plastic. Apart from the launch of a minifigure of wood in 2018, the brand has not worked with the material for over 60 years. Each of the items in the collection is assembled by hand and is designed to measure the original LEGO bricks. Because of this, certain items, such as desk drawers and picture frames, can be stacked!

Lego wall shelf in wood

“Room Copenhagen is well versed in creating and producing upscale LEGO bricks for children’s storage and organization at 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. We tried it with the launch of the LEGO Originals wooden minifigure, and the success of that product inspired us to bring an entire range out of the same material, ”said Jacob Eberhard, CEO of Room Copenhagen.

Lego desk storage in wooden blocks

wooden Lego photo frame on your desktop

wooden Lego wall hooks

wooden Lego wall hooks in living room

wooden Lego wall shelves in living space

wooden Lego wall shelves in living space

wooden Lego wall shelves in living space

wooden Lego wall hooks in living room

wooden Lego storage drawers, picture frames, wall shelves and wall hooks in office premises

The Lego Group’s wooden home furniture collection is available at nordicnest.com, boozt.com, moodings.com, and johnlewis.com.

Kelly Beall is a senior editor at Design Milk. The Pittsburgh-based graphic designer and author has had a deep love of art and design for as long as she can remember, and enjoys sharing her findings with others. When she’s not distracted by great art and design, she can be found messing around in the kitchen, consuming as much information as possible, or on the couch with her three pets. Find her @designcrush on social.

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