Have you ever not been able to find your Legos, because they were stored in a box that was not itself shaped like a Lego? Well, me neither, but that's no reason to get all judgey. Lego licensing partner Room Copenhagen makes polypropylene storage boxes shaped like 2x2 and 2x4 Lego blocks, and yes, they actually stack. They come in both lidded and drawer versions:
If you're looking for something a little classier, like for a home office or nightstand, they also make oak versions, which also stack:
Lastly, they make this parental foot-saving device:
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I never understood why Lego doesn't have a furniture line. Couches, tables, chairs, and beds made out of enormous plastic and wood versions of their blocks plus snap-on cushions. Easy to break down in a move. Infinitely reconfigurable.
Am I missing something? is it that the wooden version is new? because the other boxes have been around for many years.