Brilliant idea for a wall: LEGO IT #Decor & Decorating#LEGO#toys#walls June 7 | Cat Rocketship HGTV made itself useful by posting a roundup of ten ideas for kids' rooms — but this project in particular is bully for nerdy grown-ups everywere: Buy a ton of LEGO plates, affix to wall, enhance your awesomeness. My partner, for one, will love this. Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Cat Rocketship I was the Managing Editor of Offbeat Home for a year and a half. I have a rich Internet life and also a pretty good real life. Hobbies include D&D, Twitter, and working on making our household more self-reliant. I also draw things. PREVIOUS Yes, you CAN grow orchids NEXT How to create vinyl wall graphics with a twist of psychedelia Show/Hide comments [ 26 ] I want one!!!! I would deff use the legos like fridge magnets and spell things out lol 6 agree Reply Ooh neat. I'm suddenly reminded of Pee Wee's playhouse and I still wish I could figure out how to do a Pee Wee's playhouse toy vault with that glittery wall effect. 1 agrees Reply WANT! Wow. Awesomeness. Reply Oh my God….. I think I just had a nerdgasm. I am sending this to my boyfriend right now. VIVA LA LEGO! 6 agree Reply Dude, sweet! You could also make a smaller one and frame it.. with a lego frame? This would be awesome in an office! 10 agree Reply Oh this is a great office gift idea!!! Reply YOU ARE A GENIUS 2 agree Reply my 6 year old son is lego!nerding out. He's coming up with all sorts of his own ideas. Its adorable. I know what our next playroo-project is! Reply I love it! Reply i was perfectly okay with renting my apartment until i saw this… if i ever buy a home, THIS IS SO HAPPENING!!! 2 agree Reply We want to have a games/craft room in our new house, and my husband loves lego. I can definitely doing this to a wall of that room. 2 agree Reply This would be an awesome way to build a climbing wall for our kittens!!! I wish I still had the huge box of LEGO that I had until college. 2 agree Reply seems like a cute idea for cats and kittens but remember, those little lego pieces come off easy and can be eaten and end up choking your poor kitties. if you do this make sure to super glue the small legos to the board. 2 agree Reply I really like your idea too. Climbing wall is always a good idea Reply I totally want to do this in my classroom!!! And yes, I teach high school! It could work as a poetry wall! 3 agree Reply What an awesome idea. I think I'm going to do a mini version of this in my boys room. Reply Photos required. 1 agrees Reply What a fun idea! I've featured this in the weekly Things I Love slot over at Pencils and Whatnot – I hope that's alright with you. Lola Reply Great Idea but no way would i want it in my house. Why…Because you would have pieces all over the floor and when you vacuumed you would be constantly sucking up pieces. 1 agrees Reply That is AWESOME! My son would die over this xD If he had a room of his own that is. Reply I think I'd rather have Velcro on my walls and a Velcro suit so I could stick to them. 1 agrees Reply This has got to be one of the coolest (geekiest?) ideas I have heard in a while! I just love it. MAN I miss my LEGOs. I do not however miss leaving one on the floor and stepping on it with a bare foot… ouch! And velcro would be VERY fun, btw. I'd probably be so excited I'd go through the wall! 😛 Reply Oh this is a great office Reply My 3 kids would love to have a Lego wall not to mention me too. Reply My older kids love legos and they would be in heaven if they had a lego wall. 😉 Reply I want one of these for my kids. I will admit that their dad and i would probably spend more time playing with it though. Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.