The LEGO Wall

Also known as a boy’s dream wall. LEGO baseplates at the store can run from $9.99 to $12.99 but through the power of Google, I found really inexpensive LEGO baseplates for only $4.19 each. Also, they give a 15% discount to first time customers (use code found here) so the baseplates ended up being only $3.56 each!

We used strong double-sided adhesives to stick the baseplates to the wall. We are thinking about covering an entire wall!

 

I have to zoom in to show you a group that my son made himself. Take a good look below, can you guess who these are?

 

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26 Comments

  1. As soon as I saw the title of the post and went to click on it I KNEW what it was going to be and immediately thought: BRILLIANT! My son isn't quite into legos — YET. He got one small set of Knex for Christmas and we're having the hardest time keeping all the pieces together. I am DEFINITELY going to remember this when he graduates from blocks to legos!

  2. Very cool! I have three boys very much into legos (especially one of them), so we turned our formal dining room into a legoroom. So much better!! When we have company over, we meet over our kitchen table anyway, and this way *most* legos stay in the lego room (no more ouch ouch all over the place 🙂
    Here from HHH!

    • Amy

      We used double sided, really strong 3M adhesive tape. It probably will end up peeling the paint off the wall, but we figured that by the time our son decides he wants them off the wall, it will be around the time he’ll decide he wants the walls repainted. They are a dark peach because that room used to be my craft room/office.

  3. Melisa

    Thank you for posting the great dal regarding base plates. What website did you purchase them on and what size where the base plates.im looking or the 15 x15 grey xl. I look forward to hearing back. Thank you, Melisa

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