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April 22, 2010

LEGO Kitchen Island

via www.neatorama.com

I'm more of a mini-brick fan so although this project gives me a huge surge of admiration, it's also high on the Kill Me Now scale of extreme time consumption. But pretty cool if you're NOT the one who had to arrange the 20,000 Lego blocks. Yup, pretty cool if you're the one who just stood there with a European beer in hand, saying, "Uhh, you just did a yellow one 3 blocks ago, so you probably oughtta re-do that."



Wow thats really really hot lookin desk.. ohh my god how swankin is that!!... take care maggie and thanks for posting!\


Really cool. Could be made so that the outside layer is changeable, so you could change the colour or pattern whenever you feel like it. Though Legos cost so much that you could make a desk cheaper from unicorn horns or something.


I had no idea Legos are expensive. I've seen so many photos of massive Lego projects, it never occurred to me that they're pricier than unicorn parts.


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