Before & After: A LEGO Addict's Lovely Living Room

Before & After: A LEGO Addict's Lovely Living Room

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Adrienne Breaux
Oct 19, 2014
(Image credit: Holland Photography)

Project by: Harmony Weihs of designHARMONY
Location: Bothell, Washington

What to do when your living room is full of LEGO in plastic containers, slowly taking over your home? You get in touch with a designer who can give you both a great designed space and plenty of room for your LEGO!

(Image credit: Harmony Weihs)
(Image credit: Harmony Weihs)
(Image credit: Holland Photography)

From the designer: We walked into this house on our first visit to find rooms and rooms and containers and containers of LEGOS. Our task: create a space that feels grown up for mom and dad but incorporates all of the boys' LEGOS in a family friendly room. The result: a refined living room with built in storage for kids of any size!

(Image credit: Holland Photography)
Resources:
  • Sofa & Arm Chairs - Dania
  • Nesting Table - Crate & Barrel
  • Wallpaper - Swag
  • Small Wood Side Table - Overstock
  • Mirror - West Elm
  • Gray Chairs - West Elm - These are actually dining chairs. Our client moves them into their dining room if hosting large parties!
  • LEGO Cabinet - Custom Built
  • Pillows, Photography & Frames - Etsy
  • Decorative Windows - Reclaimed from Earthwise
  • Drapes - Custom using Kravet Fabrics
  • Vases - Horchow
  • Ottoman - Bassett
(Image credit: Holland Photography)

Thanks, Harmony Weihs of designHARMONY!

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