Here’s a collection of LEGO® crafts that look awesome as home decor! Whether you’re decorating a play room, a child’s bedroom, or a classroom LEGO® building space, there are so many ideas here that your LEGO® fans will LOVE.
Use actual LEGO® bricks to create adorable home decor items, or create objects that LOOK like LEGO® bricks. So many cute ideas!
Make a LEGO® Photo Frame – you can choose the words you build onto it! Spell family, friends, camp, etc. So fun.
Build your own LEGO® Coat Rack – this would be adorable for hanging up baseball caps in a bedroom or backpacks in a classroom entryway!
I love this LEGO® lamp from Family Days Tried and Tested! Anyone can build this using basic bricks and windows. So fun.
LEGO® fans of any age will enjoy designing (and displaying!) their own LEGO® Mosaic Letter.
Here’s another way to make a LEGO® letter – by building it, without a wooden letter underneath.
This one is not exactly a decor item, but it looks super cute on a shelf. Make your own Wood LEGO® Travel Case – it looks like a giant LEGO® brick!
Turn your own LEGO® guys into wall art! Or create shelves that turn a LEGO® mess into a display area that looks really sharp. So many fun ideas!
You may want to turn an ordinary dresser into a LEGO® dresser! There are so many awesome LEGO® dressers on Pinterest. However, most of the photos do not lead to useful instructions. Here’s a tutorial for turning an IKEA dresser into an adorable LEGO® dresser.
If you crochet (or know someone who does!) you’ll definitely want to make this beautiful LEGO® Blanket! It looks just like rows of bricks!
Would your kids enjoy a LEGO® bathroom? Maybe the fun decor will motivate them to keep it a little cleaner! (I doubt it, but one can always hope!)
Use photos of minifigures to make your own LEGO® Wall Art. There’s also an option to download photos from this post.
I really like these DIY LEGO Display Shelves. They are the perfect size for displaying vehicles and small sets.
LEGO Play Spaces
This DIY LEGO® Building Zone sign is so easy to make, and it’s looks awesome in a play room.
Create your own LEGO® Wall or Playboard. This simple board can be use for a vertical building surface, or lay it on the floor for creating awesome scenes.
Turn an IKEA frame into an awesome LEGO® Minifigure Display. Each frame holds 56 minifigures (we built two), and I love the fact that we can switch out which guys are on display whenever we want to.
LEGO® storage and organization is always a struggle! You can see how we built our LEGO® table and storage bins here.
Here’s another way to display your minifigures – create a LEGO® Minifigure Shelf.
This LEGO® + Melted Crayon Art would look awesome in any play room!