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 My daughter and I bonded over Harry Potter fanfic Show/Hide comments [ 27 ] 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 This is a good idea. In fact I placed LEGO titles on the floor of my son's room. Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment 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.