If you’re looking for the best Lego organization hacks then you’re in the right place!
Like many other parents I honestly have a love-hate relationship with these small colorful building blocks.
I really love how they stimulate creativity, learning skills, and that they can keep my kid’s busy building and having fun for hours!
And unlike many other toys, they’re practically unbreakable (you have to love that!).
But when it comes to organizing Lego, it can prove to be quite the challenge.
When the Lego collection just keeps on getting bigger and bigger.
Some good Lego organization and storage solutions might just come in handy.
So if you feel like Legos have taken over your home.
Be sure to have a look at these 9 creative Lego Organization Ideas!
Organize with a Lego table with Storage
One of the best Lego organization idea is to make a Lego table!
If you have kids who love Lego, you know how fun these small colorful bricks can be.
Legos are great, but unfortunately, they’re also very SMALL and have a tendency to take over any kid’s room floor (or often, your entire house if we’re being honest..)
And I’m probably not the only who hates accidentally stepping on a Lego brick (again, they’re small — but can cause some serious pain!)
So instead of building Lego on the floor, have your kids build their Lego masterpieces on a Lego table instead.
You’ll get the Lego off the floor, and if you add storage the Legos are always nearby for easy reach when playing and building.
Lego tables can be made in a ton of different styles and sizes, and ranging from small simple Lego tables to larges sized tables with storage and other additional features.
1. DIY Lego Storage Cube
How cute is this DIY Lego Storage cube?
Perfect for some extra Lego storage. It also has a Lego plate attached on the top turning it into a great mini Lego table, a great place for the kids to build their bricks.
Get the free building plans and read all the details in the blogpost from Addicted2DIY here
2. DIY Lego Table – Simple Ikea Hack
I made this simple Lego table for my son a while back, and it’s one of my favorite easy DIY Lego projects.
My son just loves this Lego table. He uses it all the time, building all kinds of Lego masterpieces.
When it comes to storing and organizing Lego, this table also gives you lots of storage space underneath.
Use different sized plastic bins or boxes for storing and organizing Legos.
If you would like to make this simple Lego table (I made this Lego table in less than 1 hour!)
3. DIY Lego Table with Storage
Here you have some serious Lego Organization goals for all us moms dying to finally organize our kids Lego!
I just love this simple Lego table idea with the added slide out storage bins -giving you lots of additional storage.
For the full instructions read the full blogpost from the Handyman’s Daughter here
4.Ikea Lego Table Hack
Here’a another great Lego table idea from Vineta (she’s so creative!) over at the Handyman’s Daughter blog.
This must be the ultimate Lego table idea, with lots of space for building Lego + room for so much storage!
With small and large bins, you’ll be able to perfectly organize all the different types of Legos.
So if your playroom looks like a Lego tornado just hit it, be sure to check out this great Lego organization idea!
Read the full blog post and get the full tutorial here.
Don’t have time to make your own Lego Table? Check out one of these Lego tables instead!
5. DIY Lego Desk
Yet another great Lego table hack idea, make a DIY Lego desk. I Love this idea!
This desk solution works out perfectly if your child wants to have a place to sit down and build Lego, but also needs a place where they can showcase all their Lego masterpieces.
And another great feature with this DIY Lego desk is that it comes with so much storage! The perfect Lego organization idea if you ask me!
It’s a great idea for organizing the Legos just the way you like it.
Rather it be according to color, size or brick type, you’ll have plenty of options with this idea.
Check out the full instruction and see all the pictures in the full blogpost from Musthavemom here
Need a way to organize Lego Minifigures?
6. DIY Lego Minifigure Display Case
If you have children that are Lego fanatics, you know that Lego is not just limited to only the building bricks.
The Lego Minifigures are just as important in any Lego play or battle! And these small Lego Minifigures really add up after a while (I know because we have SO MANY of these everywhere!)
If you’re looking for a creative and fun way to store and display all the favorite Lego Minifigures, try making this awesome DIY Lego Minifigures Display Case.
Have a look at the full blog post and get the full instructions you need from the Handyman’s Daughter blog here.
The easiest ways to store and organize Lego
7. Simple storing unit for Organizing Lego
Now organizing and storing Lego doesn’t always have to be fancy, and often times the simplest solutions works out the best.
The storing unit is perfect for showing off his favorite Lego builds on the top, and it also holds two large clear plastic bins –> all Lego goes in here!
For a fast clean up after hours of Lego building, this is what works best for us.
We chose to add additional drawers to the storage unit, and the drawers work great for storing all the Lego manual binders!
8. Organize and store Lego in an under-bed storage bin
Here’s another great easy no-fuss Lego organization idea. Simply store the Lego in a clear under-bed storage bin.
When the kids are finished playing with the Lego, no color sorting, just throw everything in the box and store under the bed!
For more details be sure to read the full post from The No Pressure Life Blog here.
How to Easily Organize Lego Instruction Manuals
9. Organize LEGO Instruction Manuals
And last but not least, we have all the Lego instruction manuals. If you’re wondering how to organize LEGO instruction manuals, you’re so not alone! With every Lego box you purchase, you also get a Lego manual.
And before you know it, it’s not only bricks taking over your home, but Lego instruction manuals as well!
Check out this simple solution, and see how I finally organized all my sons Lego Instruction manuals.