LEGOs: Love 'em or hate 'em, they're here to stay. Even if there are no children actively living in your home, there's still the possibility that some LEGOs are lurking somewhere in the couch cushions or under the bed. They seem to find their way into every home, and if there is more than one set present, it's like they multiply when no one is watching!
Maybe you're a LEGO enthusiast. You could have several models placed strategically about your living space. Maybe you've never even picked up a set to see what all the fuss is about. Either way, you have to admit, these versatile playthings have permeated our culture. They even have their own movie!
As is often the case with popular items, they reach a point where they take on a life of their own; they become more than what was originally intended. Such is the case with LEGOs. They have been used to create pieces of art, furniture, and have inspired six theme parks! I imagine the creators never envisioned such an impact when they first came up with the toy in 1949.
LEGO itself has expanded its offerings to add some utility to our lives. However, nothing can match the sheer volume of fan-made videos and blogs touting the everyday usefulness of the little colored building blocks. So, whether you're a new hand in the world of plastic construction, or a master builder, here are a few ideas to get you going ...
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