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LEGO now has IKEA-style furniture and you'll want it all.

If you're a LEGO fan, you're going to love this. Now you can add a touch of style to your home, without giving up your favorite hobby and without turning it into something like a ballpark. LEGO has brought out a line of small furniture, very much in the style of IKEA, and you're going to love what it brings and what you can do with it. The truth is that it is very original and curious, even for those who are not LEGO fans. The LEGO obsession can now reach every corner of your home. The toy brand has teamed up with Danish company Room Copenhagen to create a line of small furniture and decorative accessories in LEGO pieces.

Luckily, this has not consisted of taking the pieces and making them big, colorful, and plastic texture. LEGO already has a line like this, called classic, and, well, for a child's room or themed corners, it's okay. However, this initiative wants to jump to the whole house and integrate it into any decor. Inspired by LEGO elements, the design is made of elegant wood in various colors, which gives a rustic and natural atmosphere to the room you want to decorate in this way.

Of course, that doesn't mean that the LEGO brand in your heart isn't recognizable. The silhouette of its pieces is unmistakable, and the Lego logo is on every lace point. The truth is that the taste has been taken care of, and an exciting line has been created.

What furniture do we have in this new LEGO line, and how much does it costs LEGO is a Danish brand, born in 1932 in a carpentry shop, so this line of Ikea-style furniture and accessories connects with those origins and those first wooden pieces, which are now legendary and very difficult to find.  It is not surprising then that it has been inspired by its past, and by the tradition of Nordic furniture, to bring us small furniture and accessories composed of:

  • Picture and photo frames.
  • Bookshelves
  • Desk drawers.

These designs are much more expensive than their classic plastic line. While in the latter, a drawer is about 20 euros, in the new line we find it for more than 200. The bookshelves are about 140 euros, and the paintings are about 99 euros in three packs. And if you have something from that colorful classic line, fear not. They wanted to make the previous plastic furniture compatible with this new wooden furniture to be combined and displayed.

This is not the first time LEGO and Room Copenhagen have collaborated on something like this. They have already made small shelves in the shape of game pieces or even other collectibles like a lunchbox. However, this is the first time they have opted for wood and an elegant style for everyone. The truth is that they fit perfectly in any modern and tasteful design. So, if you've always wanted to give your home a touch of style and fun at the same time, this LEGO furniture is an exciting option.

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