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Lego Storage Boxes

Life-Sized Lego Boxes to Store Your Gadget Gear

Want to organize your dorm room, or teach your kids the art of organization? You could start with stashing your lesser-used gear, cables, battery packs, and toys into some storage boxes. But let's face it — you have your regular, run of the mill (read: boring) storage cubes, and then there are these amazing Lego Brick Storage Boxes (about $21 each) from the UK that totally put your Container Store versions to shame.

Not only do these life-sized Lego boxes dress up a playful room with six different colors (red, yellow, white, bright blue, shocking pink, and dark green), but they also hold all of your crap you don't want strewn about your apartment, and could even act as a stand-in for art during your next house party. Plus, you can never go wrong with Lego — it's like a universal language for geeks worldwide.


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Gavin2540864 Gavin2540864 3 years
Lego is a name given to a toy game comprised of various colored interlocking plastic blocks forming objects, buildings and the complete arena. Being a super brand, Lego is popular worldwide. Known to most of the households from the emerging to the developed world. Lego kits have always spurred the kids for over seventy years. The toy was firstly developed by a Danish carpenter cum toy maker Ole Kirk Kristiansen in 1934. He combined two words from the Danish language leg godt which meant play well forming the brand name. As the matter of fact, plastic toys considered inferior than the wooden ones at that time which didn't bring an immediate success. The initial years of its production bring along the issues with locking abilities of the bricks until 1958 when the modern designs were developed. It took 5 more years to exactly find the best material to be used for acquiring the optimum performance.For More Info:http://www.villageco-op.com
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