Looking for ways to accommodate your hobby without interfering your living space? We've got you covered with these space saving ideas.
Display your pride and joy in a sleek way!
Beewiks has many alternate build ideas for LEGO sets to fit in an IKEA frame. Aside from saving space, it also turns your LEGO sets into art! Check out his alternate build ideas
Perfect for globetrotters to display their favourite destinations. Check out Brickfinder's feature of Hong Kong Adult Fan of LEGO Liqiwei2000 collection
LEGO Minifigures are the easiest to display and also one of the most collectible LEGO products. Try this epic storytelling idea by DisplayFramesUK that fits in a frame. Learn more about this display solution in Brickset's blog
Build a custom LEGO Minifigures door display like Singapore AFOL Evan Chang. Check out his awesome collection as featured in Geek Culture's Certified Geek series
Make your epic LEGO sets like the UCS Millennium Falcon a centrepiece by incorporating it in a coffee table like A. Yak as featured in Candidbrick's blog
Try a pull-out drawer. This is also a good idea for a children's playroom for a quick and easy clean-up. Check out more ideas by Julia in her blog
Use display cases for a dust free collection. There are also $2 Daiso display cases you can try which fit most LEGO BrickHeadz perfectly! Photo featured is a LEGO MOC by Peter Ilmrud as featured in All About The Brick's blog
Use floating shelves to display your child's artwork like Fynn did
Try adding a high shelf to save space and keep your precious collection out of reach of little ones who might be too young to play with them. Check out more home interior ideas at Modernize's blog
Some LEGO sets are built for wall-mount display!