This Modular Furniture Is Made From Giant LEGO-Like Blocks

The brightly hued building blocks from our childhood famously known as LEGOs have inspired many a design, from bridges to storage options and even accessories for real-life homes. So it’s not at all shocking to see that this collection of modular plastic blocks from Everblock is perfectly suitable for a grownup’s decorative aesthetic.

Now, whether you choose to transform these blocks into a stunning bookshelf, a table or even a customized room divider is totally up to you. Each building block is sold separately and depending on the size, be prepared to spend anywhere from $3 to $7 per piece.

For some of us, the thought of being left to our own furniture-building devices is downright horrifying and instantly triggers memories of old nightmares about failing at assembling Ikea furniture (seriously, who hasn’t been there?). However, Everblock comes with a few advantages. First, you don’t need tools to install or disassemble sections. Additionally, customers can get expert design assistance from a 3D virtual builder.

If “hands-off” serves as a more accurate description of your preferred level of involvement with building, the company also allows you to pick from a collection of pre-designed furniture, but you’ll have to pick out the color from 15 standard hues that include metallic gold and silver.

Everblock promises that whatever furniture project you choose to build will be stable and durable. The life-sized block sections can be reused and are easily transported.

In addition to the original Everblock, the company also offers Everblock Jr., a lightweight version made from recycled corrugated cardboard. The eco-friendly, easily foldable blocks are chemical-free, 100 percent recyclable and come with instructions that enable them to be assembled by both adults and children.

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